Sushi Airways in Singapore is a distinctively designed airplane-themed restaurant, just named by London’s Evening Standard as one of the ‘Top 5 Instagrammable Restaurants in Singapore’. Located in the Haji Lane and Arab Street quarter, guests can tuck into some delightful Japanese cuisine in a truly unique setting. A wonderfully crafted menu, whose distinctive design mirrors that of a flight manual, can be perused through at leisure, while Sushi Airways’ unique retro DC-3 aircraft design adds to the visual spectacle. With a varied selection of seafood shipped directly from Japan four times a week, guests can order fresh sushi and sashimi prepared to the highest standard by a talented team of expert and artistic chefs. For a First Class culinary experience, try their ‘omakase’ offerings – that’s a flight you won’t regret. In order to avoid disappointment at this Bugis restaurant on Baghdad Street, we recommend booking a table in advance as Sushi Airways’ popularity is sure to take off.
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Seafood cut was fresh and presentation was appealing. Serving was fast. Ambience was unique.
Sashimi was very fresh, portion for chirashi don could be bigger. But overall, very tasty and value for money