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Kazu Sumiyaki Restaurant

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Address: #04-05, Cuppage Plaza, 5 Koek Road, 228796
Kazu Sumiyaki Restaurant is located at Cuppage Plaza and specialises in Japanese charcoal grill.

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 67342492
$61 based on 80 submissions
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Made a reservation for a friend's birthday. We were given the 6pm slot and have to finish dinner by 8pm. We ordered the usual yakitori sticks and when we ordered sashimi, the waitress asked whether we wanted 'mixed'. Thinking it was moriwase, we said yes. Shortly after, a waitress came by and said they will split the sashimi into two plates as there were 6 of us. When sashimi was served, what greeted us were not varieties of sashimi but a whole fish that was sliced and split into two plates. We stared at the two plates but decided not to create a scene as it was our friend's birthday. We thought it was only right for the restaurant to ask beforehand whether we would want a whole fish as sashimi 'moriwase' or 'mixed' sashimi. The fish may be fresh but that doesn't mean every one of us likes that particular fIsh. Other than that, the rest of the food was good, it did take a while for the yakitori to be served after the sashimi. I would visit again but would stick to the items on the menu this time round.

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• 12 Sep 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Stick to menu items

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Made a reservation for a friend's birthday. We were given the 6pm slot and have to finish dinner by 8pm. We ordered the usual yakitori sticks and when we ordered sashimi, the waitress asked whether we wanted 'mixed'. Thinking it was moriwase, we said yes. Shortly after, a waitress came by and said they will split the sashimi into two plates as there were 6 of us. When sashimi was served, what greeted us were not varieties of sashimi but a whole fish that was sliced and split into two plates. We stared at the two plates but decided not to create a scene as it was our friend's birthday. We thought it was only right for the restaurant to ask beforehand whether we would want a whole fish as sashimi 'moriwase' or 'mixed' sashimi. The fish may be fresh but that doesn't mean every one of us likes that particular fIsh. Other than that, the rest of the food was good, it did take a while for the yakitori to be served after the sashimi. I would visit again but would stick to the items on the menu this time round.
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• 13 Jun 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

A must try.

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The chef is the owner. Food is great. Price is reasonable as most of the item are shipped from overseas on the day itself (from what I heard). So best to be there early to get all the good and highly recommended dishes. Staff is friendly. Recommend according to our budget. Best to do reservation in advance as it is hard to get seats for walk-in. Overall a must try.
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• 13 Jun 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

A must try

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The chef is the owner. The food is great. The staff surprised me with a small birthday celebration after she found out that it was my birthday. Price was reasonable as the ingredients are mostly shipped fresh from overseas on the day itself . Noted that lots of items are first come first serve. So if you want the best, go early. Also best to do reservation in advance as its had to get seats if walk in. overall, a must try.
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