High-quality, healthy, affordable dining in the heart of Singapore's Raffles Place business district and Bras Basah arts area.  Inspired by the standing sushi bars in Tokyo, the original branch of Singapore's Japanese restaurant opened in August 2009 at One Raffles Place.  A true standing concept, it received a warm welcome and with the emphasis on quality it was voted the #1 sushi bar and #1 for sashimi by the Hungrygowhere community.

In October 2010, a full-service branch was opened at the Singapore Contemporary Art Museum.  Located in the Bras  Basah district, the 8 Queen Street outlet offers an extensive menu including robatayaki, tempura, and sashimi as well as one of the largest Japanese sake and alcohol selections in Singapore. When the art museum began renovations in January 2019, Standing Sushi Bar moved to its newest branch at Odeon Towers.

Standing Sushi Bar at Marina Bay Link Mall started in November 2010.  Catering to those working at Raffles Place and the Marina Bay Financial Centre, the restaurant offers great lunch and dinner set meals as well as the staples one would expect from a sushi bar.  Handmade sushi, fresh fish, healthy food; just because it's a fast business lunch is no reason to not enjoy a meal with quality ingredients. In October 2014 we launched a branch located right by Raffles Place MRT, Standing Sushi Bar at Income at Raffles provides a great dining experience and a full bar in the evenings. Rounding up our presence in the business district, Standing Sushi Bar at Marina One opened in July 2018.

For general inquiries, franchise information, or reservations, please e-mail eat@standingsushibar.com.

8 Queen Street, located at the Singapore Contemporary Art Museum.

The original Singapore Standing Sushi Bar located at One Raffles Place.

Standing Sushi Bar in Jakarta, Indonesia. Part of the La Piazza complex in Kelapa Gading.

Sushi-making class at Marina Bay Link Mall. Located at the Marina Bay Financial Centre.