Updated: Jun 22, 2018

Photo: Chikuwatei Nishi

Sashimi is thinly sliced raw food commonly understood in Singapore as a smörgåsbord of raw fish, including shellfish, mollusks, roe, and millet. More adventurous forms of sashimi, made from beef, horse and deer, exist as well.

Sashimi can also come served on a bed of rice in the form of chirashi-don. Here are some of the more popular types of raw fish enjoyed by sushi-eaters all around the world:

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Use a chopstick to grasp the sashimi. Then dip it lightly in shoyu, and add some wasabi if you prefer. If you are not comfortable with chopsticks, you may use a fork or bare hands to eat too.

The most important thing to remember is to take your time and savour the flavour!

Enjoy great sashimi at even greater prices by getting them wholesale in our store, or make a date at one of our restaurants today.

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