You’ve heard of onigiri: Japanese rice balls that are usually in a triangular or circular shape, but have you heard of Onigirazu? The onigirazu is a spin off the well-known onigiri, and is the latter’s chunkier and heartier sister, otherwise known as sushi wraps or sandwiches. If you’re curious to know how the onigirazu fares compared to an onigiri, here’s where you can get them in Singapore, delivered straight to your doorstep!
Onigirazu is the first-ever purveyor of these Japanese rice sandwiches, offering ultra chonky and hearty onigirazu stuffed to the brim with fillings like chashu, tamagoyaki, striploin and more. Onigirazu’s modest menu only consists of 3 types of onigirazu: Tamago Chashu ($12), a vegetarian-friendly Tamago 2.0 ($12) and Oni-Gyu-Razu ($14). You also have the option to jazz up your onigirazu with extra Truffle Oil ($2) or add a side of Truffle Edamame ($6).
These chonkers are available for islandwide delivery ($6) with a minimum order of 2 pieces of onigirazu, or you can choose to self-collect (details will be provided after order confirmation) for free. There are two delivery timings to choose from: Lunch (11.30am-1.30pm) and Dinner (5.30pm-7.30pm). For enquiries, or to pre-order these onigirazu, drop them a DM directly on instagram.