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Run Run Sushi

Restaurants, Japanese Orchard
Run Run Sushi
Photograph: Run Run Sushi/ Facebook
Run Run Sushi
Photograph: Run Run Sushi Sashimi noodles
Run Run Sushi
Photograph: Run Run Sushi

Time Out says

There’s no running away from it – to make good sushi, you need fresh seafood. But beyond that, Run Run Sushi uses typical ingredients like salmon, soft-shell crab, unagi and the like to create quirky rolls and rice bowls you won't find anywhere else.

The Salmon Muchi ($9.80) wraps Norwegian salmon sashimi with cheddar cheese, kimchi, and tempura crunch; while the spicy-sweet Ebi Fly ($8.90) with tempura prawn comes with pickled radish, shredded carrot, spring onion, and Thai sweet chilli. For a heftier bite, there’s also the Katsu Burger Onigirazu ($7.90) constructed with chicken katsu, mixed cabbage, cheddar cheese, bacon bits, and barbecue sauce; or the Eel Nagi Bowl ($12.90) loaded with grilled unagi, tamago, and fresh vegetables.

But for a truly unique dish, order the playful sashimi noodles. Instead of the usual carbs, long strands of raw salmon are used. Seafood lovers can look forward to a new way of enjoying the raw dish: first by slurping it up plain, then dipped with Run Run Sushi’s special savoury-sweet sauce with a dash of wasabi if you please.

While it's meant to be eaten mukbang-style as a personal eating challenge, the sashimi noodles can be split between friends and family to be enjoyed as a novel side dish. The sashimi noodles are available in three sizes: beginner ($34.50) which feeds two, intermediate ($52) which is good for three to four people, and expert ($69) which serves up to six hungry mouths. Up for a challenge? Place an order for this online-exclusive dish via its website here.  


Address: #B4-71, ION Orchard
2 Orchard Turn
Opening hours: Daily 11am-9pm
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