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(Closed) San-Sui Contemporary Japanese Dining & Bar

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San-Sui Contemporary Japanese Dining & Bar presents a modern Japanese culinary experience in the form of small plates such as Shichimi bay scallops and main courses including grilled Kagoshima wagyu tenderloin and binchotan grilled kuro buta. Head over to the bar for a selection of Japanese inspired cocktails and sake.

Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Tue: 17:00 - 23:00

Wed - Thu: 17:00 - 01:00

Fri - Sat: 17:00 - 03:00

Eve of PH: 17:00 - 03:00

Closed: Sun

+65 63367737
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Great experience

I had a meal there yesterday, as I bought a Groupon voucher.

The food was excellent. We ordered the following dishes: (1) spicy maguro, (2) Iberian pork loin, and (3) wagyu beef served in some soup/gravy (I can’t remember the exact name of the dish). Portions were not large though.

The service was excellent as well. The person taking our orders was friendly and gave her recommendations on the menu without pressuring us to order the more expensive items. The waitress refilled my water glass a number of times without being prompted.

Prices are on the steep side though. The total bill for two girls having dinner came to about $100; with the Groupon voucher (pay $40 for $80 of food), it worked out to $30 per person.

I definitely enjoyed my experience of dining at San Sui Contemporary Japanese Dining and Bar and will be happy to dine there again.

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• 03 Jul 2012 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

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I had a meal there yesterday, as I bought a Groupon voucher.

The food was excellent. We ordered the following dishes: (1) spicy maguro, (2) Iberian pork loin, and (3) wagyu beef served in some soup/gravy (I can’t remember the exact name of the dish). Portions were not large though.

The service was excellent as well. The person taking our orders was friendly and gave her recommendations on the menu without pressuring us to order the more expensive items. The waitress refilled my water glass a number of times without being prompted.

Prices are on the steep side though. The total bill for two girls having dinner came to about $100; with the Groupon voucher (pay $40 for $80 of food), it worked out to $30 per person.

I definitely enjoyed my experience of dining at San Sui Contemporary Japanese Dining and Bar and will be happy to dine there again.

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