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Home Eat & Drink Salmon Sashimi Noodles Is The New Weird Food Fad

Salmon Sashimi Noodles Is The New Weird Food Fad

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Food fads can be fun for sure, they bring an added component which tends to make the original dish more eye-catching or intriguing, for example, rainbow grilled cheese.

Perfectly fine and aesthetically pleasing.

But they can also be downright incredulous, case in point – Salmon Sashimi Noodles.

I mean, really? I like to have salmon with my noodles, but salmon AS my noodles? I’m not entirely sold on the idea.

Run Run Sushi has been making the waves on local mainstream media these past week with their sashimi noodles infusion, touted to be the first-ever noodles of its type; even Japanese media Sora News has picked up on this fascinating dish.

The Salmon Sashimi Noodles were originally conceived as an online product with three different sets – Beginner, Intermediate, and Expert – priced at SGD$34.50, SGD$52, and SGD$69 respectively.

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Repost @eatbooksg ⠀ Last year, we tried a bubble tea hotpot abomination. This year, we have Sashimi Noodles from Run Run Sushi to appease all sashimi lovers. This intriguing way of eating the sashimi dish mimics that of cold soba noodles. Dunk slippery strips of fresh salmon sashimi into a bowl of their house-made sweet and savoury sauce before slurping them up! They are sold exclusively online and come in three different sizes. The Beginner Set ($34.50) feeds two people, the Intermediate Set ($52) feeds three to four people, and the Expert Set ($69) feeds five to six people.⠀ —⠀ Read more at bit.ly/sashiminoodles or link in bio!⠀ —⠀ 📷: @hileryous⠀ —⠀ @runrunsushi⠀ ⠀ #runrunsushi #runrunsushiSashimiNoodles

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The three Sashimi Noodles Mukbang Sets cater to various pax sizes from two to as many as six people. If you’re having a meal by yourself, get the Beginner set. If a party is waiting to be thrown, the Expert set is the way to go.

Some may squeal in delight at this creation, for me, I’m asking what has become of the world. But then again, it’s 2020, I’m not really surprised anymore. To be honest, it’s certainly a creative way to enjoy salmon sashimi.

Created with inspiration drawn from traditional Japanese soba noodles, the chilled salmon sashimi you’ll find here are cut into thin long strips to mimic noodles, and you can enjoy them the same way you would enjoy a bowl of noodles.

Dip your salmon sashimi noodles into their in-house special sauce before slurping it up for a sweet and savoury blend of flavours.

Now Available In Stores

Run Run Sushi has most recently made the trending dish available in their physical outlet at Ion Orchard.

If you’re thinking of giving this Salmon Sashimi Noodles a chance, you can drop by their shop or give their other offerings a try as well!

Run Run Sushi
2 Orchard Turn #B4-71 ION Orchard, 238801
11AM to 9PM Daily

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