Sushi-GO opens futuristic 3rd outlet in Marina Square with robot servers, over 150 dishes & special $5 kaisen don promo

Looking to enjoy Japanese food in style? You’re in luck — Sushi-GO has just opened its third outlet in Marina Square on 7 Sep 2023, with a range of new menu items and even an exclusive set of Petite Kaisen Dons.

sushi-go - storefront

You’ll instantly spot Sushi-GO when you look out for its stunning futuristic-themed decorations, purple-blue lighting and neon signs.

sushi-go - interior

Get ready to be transported to a into a sci-fi movie as you take in the bright and stylish decorations within the new outlet.

sushi-go - conveyor belt

What makes Sushi-GO stand out is its unique usage of AI robot servers. If you’re introverted, there’s no need to interact with staff — just watch as the adorable robot servers bring your dishes to you on the conveyor belt next to the table!

sushi-go - Petite Kaisen Don

The outlet-exclusive Petite Kaisen Don is one to try. This dish is available in 8 flavours and ranges from S$9.90 to S$13.90, depending on what you pick. The Butsugiri Salmon Mentai Don (S$12.90) is topped with 3 thick slices of salmon sashimi, ikura and kani mayo, perfect for seafood lovers.

sushi-go - Petite Kaisen Don

The Amaebi Yukke Don (S$10.90), on the other hand, is topped with fresh shrimp an an onsen egg — just look at that satisfying runny yolk!

Sushi Kawasemi is a Japanese omakase with custom fish-ageing using Japan-imported ingredients

sushi-go 09

With the launch of the new outlet, Sushi-GO has also expanded its menu across all its outlets, with brand new dishes to enjoy.

The Okonomiyaki Fries (S$3.80) and Okonomiyaki Tamago (S$3.80) are great dishes to try if you love savoury bonito flakes.

sushi-go - cheezy dragon roll

My personal favourite was the Cheezy Dragon Roll (S$9.20), a maki roll filled with Japanese pickles and egg, topped with unagi, ebi and a generous drizzle of teriyaki sauce, mayonnaise and cheese. Don’t be put off by the idea of cheese on sushi, it was incredibly savoury and tasty!

sushi-go - sushi

Salmon lovers can get the Aburi Hanasaki Salmon Sushi (S$3.50), which is topped with a thick slice of salmon sashimi, lemon and ikura. I was personally impressed with the Corn Mayo-Go (S$3.50), which contained a piece of cucumber within and a generous topping of corn and fried tempura bits — the juicy corn and crunchy tempura made this relatively simple creation so addictive.

On 12 and 13 Sep 2023, grab Sushi-GO’s Petite Kaisen Dons at just S$4.99 each, only available at the Marina Square outlet.

Ichi Umai: Hole-in-the-wall affordable hidden Japanese diner in Yishun with mains from $5.90

Price: $ $

Our Rating: 4 / 5


6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, #02-277, Singapore 039594

Our Rating 4/5


6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, #02-277, Singapore 039594

Telephone: +65 6980 8812
Operating Hours: 11.30am - 10pm (Mon to Fri), 11am - 10pm (Sat & Sun)
Telephone: +65 6980 8812

Operating Hours: 11.30am - 10pm (Mon to Fri), 11am - 10pm (Sat & Sun)
| Instagram