Don’t just take our word for it; Standing Sushi Bar prides itself on fresh fish filleted on-site, handmade sushi, and offering delicious Japanese food at an affordable price. Find us in the news and media!

August 2019 - City Nomads - Happy Hours in Singapore: Best Bars & Restaurants for Cheap Beers, Cocktails, and Drink Deals

“One of Singapore’s most popular sushi bars, Standing Sushi Bar also has a variety of affordable drinking deals for you to enjoy without going broke. Think Salmon Madness (S$3 salmon sashimi, S$2 sakes, S$5 beers, wines, hot sake and umeshu) on Mondays and Thursdays, and S$30 free-flow beers, sakes, shochu, umeshu, and edamame on Fridays. Kanpai!”

July 2019 - The Finder - 9 Best Places To Get Affordable Sushi in Singapore Under $30

“While it might be akin to a lunch spot for a fuss-free and quick meal, the place prides itself in making the meal an enjoyable one with quality ingredients. One of their newer branches lies in the labyrinth of the Raffles Place area, offering customers a great dining experience in the day and a full bar in the evenings. If you are looking for a good deal, keep an eye out for their daily promotions. Just a heads up, on ‘Traditional Tuesday’, Nigiri Sushi and Sashimi dishes are at 50 percent off… now that’s the kind of deals we are talking about!”

July 2019 - Moneysmart - Best sushi in Singapore: price list of 10 popular sushi restaurants loved by Singaporeans

“Standing Sushi Bar is popular with the office crowd thanks to their CBD outlets and frequent happy hour promotions. On Mondays and Thursdays, they offer $3 salmon sashimi, $2 sake and $5 beer, wine, hot sake and umeshu at all their outlets. Wash down your chuka itako or baby octopus ($8.60), tori katsu ($12.80) and avocado roll ($8.60) with a glass of Asahi, or as may glasses as you can handle without falling over if you show up at their Marina Bay Link Mall or Marina One outlets on Friday thanks to their free flow for $30 deal.”

June 2019 - Harper’s Bazaar - Where to Get Affordable Sushi In Singapore Under $30

“Affordable, healthy and good quality sushi is served at the Standing Sushi Bar, which has three outlets in Singapore. Inspired by the beloved standing sushi bars in Tokyo, this Japanese restaurant offers great lunch and dinner set meals on top of staple sushi plates one would expect at a typical sushi bar. To start, try the restaurant’s speciality rolls! The All Salmon All the Time ($18) features six salmon sashimi rolls, bundled with cucumber and avocado and seared with salmon and tobiko (flying fish roe) and topped with yuzu mayo to tie in the flavours together. But if you are up for a more interesting combination, the Puff the Dragon ($20) rolls combines prawn tempura with cucumber, grilled eel and tobiko. Their standard sushi rolls are priced from $9 onwards, with flavours such as Salmon Avocado and Softshell Crab.”

May 2019 - Shopee SG - Top 11 Must-Try Sushi Places in Singapore

“Located in the heart of the CBD district, Standing Sushi Bar is popular amongst the office crowd looking for a quick lunch takeaway. Although they are known for their fast business lunches, you can be assured that the quality is never compromised and customers can enjoy handmade sushi and fresh sashimi served daily.”

March 2019 - Channel News Asia - Pay attention to that kids’ meal the next time you’re eating out

“Of course, some restaurants that we love serve so many family-friendly items that they really don’t need a kids’ menu. A good example of this is Standing Sushi Bar, which has become one of my family’s go-to weekend lunch spots. After a few visits, our kids quickly worked out their favourite items: Our son always asks for the cold Inaniwa udon and an ebi tempura handroll while T2 orders a plate of ebi tempura and some hot soba in soup. They also always ask for watermelon slices to finish off the meal.”

November 2018 - TimeOut - The best affordable sushi bars in Singapore

“Serving up quality and affordable Japanese dining since 2009, Standing Sushi Bar has since expanded into four outlets conveniently located in the CBD and Bras Basah district. Undeniably popular, one of their best value-for-money permanent promotions running has got to be the Salmon Madness, where you can get five pieces of salmon sashimi for $3, sake for $2, and $5 beer, wine, hot sake, and umeshu. This deal runs every Monday and Thursday across all outlets... Do check their website for further details on daily promotions happening every week across their outlets.”

March 2018 - Ladyironchef - 10 Affordable Sushi Places in Singapore to Eat Japanese Food Without Breaking the Bank

“Standing Sushi Bar’s comprehensive menu includes a good variety of handmade sushi, fresh sashimi, agemono, robatayaki, noodle, grilled items and a large collection of sake stocked behind the bar counter. The sushi bar runs various promotions throughout the week and loyal customers will know that Mondays and Thursdays are the best days to visit for salmon sashimi as they are going at only S$3 for five pieces. What a steal!”

February 2018 - Honeycombers - Japanese restaurants for a sashimi feast

“Reasonably priced sashimi and drinks: Best. Combo. Ever. Standing Sushi Bar serves up some pretty attractive promotions that’ll make you come back again and again. Head down to their branches on Tuesdays and enjoy 50% off sushi selections, while sushi rolls are half-priced at all their branches on Wednesdays.”

January 2018 - Her World - 8 Sushi Bars to Check Out Today

“The lunch and dinner sets are great value for money and they have excellent promotions often too, such as Maki Madness, which gives diners 50% off their signature sushi rolls at all branches on Wednesdays.”

March 2016 - The Blue and Gold SMU - Standing Sushi Bar: The Sashimi Haven

“While a trip to is Standing Sushi Bar no gastronomical pilgrimage, the restuarant shines when it comes to serving value for money, and high quality, japanese food fare. The long queues on Mondays and Thursdays are testament to the popularity of “Monday & Thursday Madness”, so be prepared to queue ~ 15-30mins for a table during dinner hours. The store is particular about table turnover rates and the staff may request that you do not stay beyond a stipulated time. However, the staff are friendly and try their best to serve you better despite the high customer traffic.”

December 2015 - City Nomads - Affordable Sushi in SIngapore: Japanese Restaurants That Won’t Break the Bank

“Inspired by standing sushi bars in Tokyo, Standing Sushi Bar has an extensive menu that includes robatayaki, tempura, and sashimi as well as one of the largest Japanese sake (starting from $2 per glass) and alcohol selections in Singapore. Look up their dining deals before you head down; for instance, it’s $3 for 5 slices of salmon sashimi on Mondays and Thursdays!”

September 2015 - Weekender - Standing Sushi Bar’s Super Sushi

“If you like eating good food in a lively ambience or in a restaurant that won’t burn too big a hole in your pocket, Standing Sushi Bar is the place to go… We emerged from the restaurant — still a lively, rambunctious full house at 9pm — with satisfied tummies and couldn’t wait to return.”

June 2014 - TheSmartLocal - 8 Cheap and Good Places for Sushi in Singapore

“The sushi itself is fantastic, as there’s a wide variety of maki, nigiri, and sashimi to choose from (the salmon is especially delicious!). And if you want to mix things up, with a hand roll, chicken karaage, or some shrimp temura, you can do that too!”

March 2012 - Misstamchiak - Standing Sushi Bar (Marina Bay Link Mall) Review

“Tucked away in a quiet place in the heart of the city, this cosy restaurant makes a great quiet place to have a meeting over lunch and be filled up with delicious, fresh Japanese food. Having a quiet dinner here by myself was a great choice as the food was great but not too expensive like other Japanese restaurants.”

April 2011 - Sparklette - Standing Sushi Bar - Worth Standing For (There Are Seats Too)

“Standing Sushi Bar‘s high quality, fresh and affordable Japanese food has stood the test of time, the standard remaining consistent over repeat visits to the different outlets.”