A great choice for bento meals in Singpore, Samurice Japanese restaurant has three locations available, including one outlet within Tanjong Pagar Centre (7 Wallich Street).
Founded in 2014, the company operates Japanese style Onigiri and Bento outlets that create culinary delights from carefully selected ingredients – including Japanese rice, seaweed, Miso, and soy sauce – imported from Japan.
The name for the outlets comes from a combination of words “samurai” and “rice“. This is because samurai, a major symbol of the Japanese culture, used Onigiri and Bento as a portable food, and rice was an essential source of energy for them.
Tanjong Pagar Centre (Guoco Tower).
Onigiri used by the company is based on Bonta Bonta’s recipes and ways of preparation, using methods from the only shop in Singapore set up by Bongo, the popular onigiri shop in Otsuka, Tokyo.
Chicken Katsu Bento Meals.
Using rice that is cultivated with much time and effort by Japanese farmers, then cooked by best balance of water and best cooking methods, and finally made into delicious Onigiri and Bento by hand by the shop staff.
In addition to the ingredients inside, the Onigiri has topping so that you can enjoy the food’s full range of ingredients. The restaurant is also particular about the way of pressing, pressing fluffy, not firmly, so that you can feel the graininess of the premium rice.
Samurice Locations & Opening Hours – Bento Meals in Singapore
51 Telok Ayer Street, #01–18, China Square Food Centre
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-6pm
Tanjong Pagar Centre (Guoco Tower)
7 Wallich Street #B1–07, Guoco Tower, Tanjong Pagar Centre
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-7:30pm
101 Thomson Road, #B1–18, United Square Shopping Mall
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10:30am-7pm
The official Samurice Singapore Facebook brand page is available at facebook.com/samuricesg/.
You can also follow the company’s Instagram page at instagram.com/samurice.sg/ to learn more about the available menu items, in-store events & promotional offers, and much more.