Hashida Sushi

I can’t believe I totally forgot to blog about this place!
ok if you have been quite an avid follower of this site, you probably realise that
I LOVE SUSHI
from Japan to Singapore  🙂

My bro kindly bought us this meal at his favourite sushi shop:
Hashida Sushi

Entrance

Entrance

We went for the lunch set menu ($250)

This is what they served that we thoroughly enjoyed

#1: Appetizer You Dou Fu

#1: Appetizer You Dou Fu

Close up of Appetizer

Close up of Appetizer

#2: Grilled Octopus, Fish Eggs, Yam, Tamago Yaki

#2: Grilled Octopus, Fish Eggs, Yam, Tamago Yaki

#3: Shirako chawanmushi (Sperm Steam Egg)

#3: Shirako chawanmushi (Sperm Steam Egg)

Close up of Chawanmushi

Close up of Chawanmushi

#4: Assorted Sashimi [Gin Meidai (golden eyed sea bream) Tako (Octopus from Hokkaido), Clam, Vinegared Mackerel,

#4: Assorted Sashimi [Gin Meidai (golden eyed sea bream) Tako (Octopus from Hokkaido), Clam, Vinegared Mackerel,

Close up of assorted Sashimi

Close up of assorted Sashimi

#5: Back of Kinki Fish and Seasonal Mushroom

#5: Back of Kinki Fish and Seasonal Mushroom

Close up of back of Kinki fish

Close up of back of Kinki fish

Following this, the assorted sushi that we have been surprised with:

#6: Sea Bream Sushi

#6: Sea Bream Sushi

#7: Rock Fish Sushi

#7: Rock Fish Sushi

#8: Aburi Sea Pearch Sushi

#8: Aburi Sea Pearch Sushi

#9: Otoro Sushi

#9: Otoro Sushi

and of course, not forgetting:

#6: Uni (sea urchin) and Tobiko (fish role) rice

#6: Uni (sea urchin) and Tobiko (fish role) rice

#7: Clam Miso Soup

#7: Clam Miso Soup

#10: Pickled Raddish (chu toro and Otoro) and Shiso leaf maki

#10: Pickled Raddish (chu toro and Otoro) and Shiso leaf maki

He was really in a good mood, so he told us we could have a last round of sushi of our choice:

My siblings went for the prawn and because I don’t eat prawns, I had:

Pinnidae (Pen Shell - a kind of clam) Sushi

Pinnidae (Pen Shell – a kind of clam) Sushi

Ebi(Prawn) Sushi

Ebi(Prawn) Sushi

Followed on by dessert:

Melon and Strawberry

Melon and Strawberry

 

Verdict: 3/3 of us will definitely return

1) We came here for lunch. There are 3 more comparatively affordable set for lunch ($80,$120,$250). We went with the $250My bro mention the difference between the $120 and $250 was the sashimi platter, and perhaps the last round of sushi that we could order*
2) Disclaimer: we had more sushis in between, such as the  Chu Toro Sashimi Sushi, Buri ( The bigger version of Hamachi (yellow tail), Gin Meishi Belly Sashimi Sushi [I was too busy stuffing my face that I forgot to take a picture of those exotic fish sashimi sushis]
3) Totally understand why Japanese take their sushi with so much pride and seriousness. There is so much thought that goes through each dish that is presented, from the rice to the type of dish that it is presented in. All produces are flown in form different parts of Japan!
4) The whole overall dinning experience was just amazing. Feel free to ask chef where he got the fish from (he will also care to explain where he got it from, and how his bidding went in the tokyo fish market) and he will kindly tell you which seasons your favourite fish would be in. He even showed us his prized Tobiko(flying fish roe)

Tobiko

Tobiko

 

Hashida Sushi
333A Orchard Road
#02-37 Mandarin Gallery
Singapore 238897

 

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