Ganko Sushi From Osaka Opens In S’pore, $3 Salmon Sushi & $150 Omakase Offered
The Singapore outpost appears fancier than the outlets in Japan.
There’s a new sushi restaurant in town — Ganko Sushi, the 101st outlet of a Japanese restaurant chain established in Osaka circa 1963.
In a departure from the brand’s casual, family-friendly roots (Ganko in Japan serves a broader range of Japanese dishes, not just sushi), Ganko Sushi Singapore takes a fancier approach both decor and menu-wise. Expect seafood-centric Japanese cuisine that doesn’t compromise on the brand’s “’value-for-money’ philosophy”, says its press release, while packing “a few elevated touches” in the form of sushi, sashimi and a more atas omakase experience. The restaurant, located at 9 Penang Road (formerly known as Park Mall), soft-launched on September 5 for a la carte dining, as well as omakase service during dinner only.
It’s brought here by the same Hong Kong-born owners behind mod cha chaan teng Pi Food.
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