New in town: RaisuGood, Tanah Merah – A Muslim-owned sushi bake shop with Salmon Mentaiko Sushi Bake

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RaisuGood, the brainchild of Emma’s Halal Kitchen, is a new Muslim-owned sushi bake enterprise located in East Village, which opened on 11 May 2022.

A photo of the three portion sizes of RaisuGood
Credit – RaisuGood

What are sushi bakes, and why should I care about them? RaisuGood is here to answer your question.

A sushi bake is basically a deconstructed sushi roll, with every ingredient present in a sushi roll, bar the seaweed. For seaweed lovers, no fear, each order of sushi bake comes with a seaweed packet (or several), depending on the size of the sushi bake.

A picture of the Spicy Scallop Volcano Sushi Bake Rice
Credit – RaisuGood

All sushi bakes come in three different sizes: personal, share square and share tray.

The Spicy Scallop Volcano Sushi Bake Rice (S$12 for personal, S$27 for share square, S$45 for share tray) is not for the faint hearted. Using premium ingredients such as scallop, salmon, kani (crab) and spicy Japanese mayonnaise sauce, this will definitely be a seafood lover’s dream sushi.

A picture of salmon mentaiko sushi bake rice
Credit – RaisuGood

The Salmon Mentaiko Sushi Bake Rice (S$10 for personal, S$25 for share square, S$40 for share tray) is offered in two versions: spicy and non-spicy.

It is the crowd’s favourite for a good reason – everyone loves savoury mentaiko sauce. The ingredients include Japanese rice, salmon, mentaiko and ebiko, baked well and torched to give an extra smoky flavour.

A Picture of unagi kabayaki sushi bake rice
Credit – RaisuGood

The Unagi Kabayaki Sushi Bake Rice (S$12 for personal, S$27 for share square, S$45 for share tray) is paradise for unagi enthusiasts. Doused in Kabayaki (a sweet soy-sauce based) sauce, topped with crunchy bits of cucumber and sprinkled with bonito flakes and seaweed strips, this is definitely a recipe for success.

Craving for sushi? Give RaisuGood a try. Their sushi bakes are available for both walk-ins and online ordering.

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