Din Tai Fung in Bedok Mall to be taken over by Sushiro, Japan’s largest conveyor belt sushi chain
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Japan’s largest conveyor belt sushi chain is opening another outlet in Singapore at Bedok Mall.
This will make it the fourth outlet in Singapore.
Largest conveyor belt sushi chain
The other stores in Singapore offer 100 different sushi and side menu dishes from S$2.20 to S$4.80, depending on the colour of the plates.
Exclusive and seasonal options are also offered from time to time.
Here’s a look at what they have to offer:
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| 🍙 Give me ALL the Sushi ！… ~ · Sushi & other dishes – From $2.20 · Many have tried and tested this sushi chain from Japan, how can I miss it! $2.20 series: Salmon Belly, Boiled Conger Eel, Salmon with grilled cheese, Japanese Egg Omelet, Tuna with Green Onion. $3.20 series: Triple Salmon (Salmon, Broiled Salmon Belly, Salmon Belly). $4.80 series: Otoro Fatty Tuna. So many shiok items just take your pick · Sushiro @sushirosingapore
Formerly Din Tai Fung
The Bedok Mall outlet is expected to open in mid-2020.
It will be located at the basement level of the mall.
While East siders may rejoice at the sight of a new sushi spot, some regular diners might be disappointed: The sushi chain will be taking over the spot of popular Chinese restaurant Din Tai Fung.
To give you an idea of how popular Din Tai Fung is, the restaurant sees a decent lunch and dinner crowd even when its location is not favourable.
Din Tai Fung Singapore is operated by the BreadTalk Group, which also owns establishments like BreadTalk, Toast Box and Food Republic.
In January, it was reported that Chan Ying Jian, who is both chief financial officer (CFO) and chief investment officer (CIO) of BreadTalk Group has resigned.
He was promoted to CIO in Oct. 2019 and had been the CFO since June 2015.
News of his departure came two weeks after the group announced that they expected a net loss for Fiscal Year 2019.
Mothership has reached out to Din Tai Fung Singapore for more information on the outlet’s closure.
Photo from Fasiha Nazren and @pohshiyen_ on Instagram.