Ichiban Boshi and Ichiban Sushi add a refreshing new zing to Chinese New Year with Yuzu Yu Sheng!
Renowned for importing the freshest salmon direct from the cool, crystal clear waters of Norway, the raw fish specialist is taking Year of the Goat celebratory feasting to new
heights with a new, unique Yuzu dressing for the traditional dish. Available for dine-in and takeaway, the Auspicious Set (A), S$48.80, serves 7-10 people, perfect for large family reunions. Another option priced at S$38.80 is the Bountiful Set (B), which serves 4-6 people. With every Auspicious Set (A) purchased, diners will receive a S$5 dining voucher and ang pow packets (red packets) while stocks last.
Smaller groups of 2-3 people can opt for the Celebration Set (C), priced at S$23.80, exclusive for dine-in customers only. Additional raw fish – Maguro (Tuna), Kajiki (Swordfish) or Salmon – can also be ordered at S$6.80 for 8 pieces.
The Yu Sheng Sets are available from 3 February till 5 March 2015 at any of the 13 Ichiban Boshi restaurants and nine Ichiban Sushi restaurants across Singapore.
For more information, please visit http://www.ichibanboshi.com.sg/en/.
Information and image as kindly shared by RE&S 🙂
Update (as of 11 Feb 2015):
For those wondering how the yusheng might looks like in real life or how it taste, I can now share my experience with you.
Just had my first Yusheng with the team at Ichiban Boshi, the above photo is for the Bountiful (M size) Yusheng (S$38.80++)(before the sauce and condiments were added). As for the taste, apart from the refreshing tangy yuzu sauce and fresh salmon sashimi, the ingredients use are close to what Chinese restaurants serve.
It was good and I’m just glad my teammates like it too 😀