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Sakae Sushi (Marina Square)

2.3

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15 reviews

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This conveyor-belt sushi restaurant chain offers a mind-boggling array of over 200 sushi and Japanese dishes. There are regular promotions for seasonal items, and the restaurant even has high-tech interactive menus.

Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 22:00

Fri - Sun: 11:30 - 23:00

+65 63368201
$23 based on 19 submissions
Dinner (8 votes), After Work (5 votes), Lunch (5 votes)
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unexpected dishes from new menu

Visit: http://www.dairycream.blogspot.sg/2013/06/sakae-sushi-new-menu-vouchers-giveaway.html for full post and pic I tend to jump straight to the sushi or sashimi when I visit Sakae. But this time round, I realised that the appetisers were pretty tasty too, and in fact better than few of its sashimi items.  For instance, the Asari Miso ($6.29) were tiny springy clams seasoned in miso paste that dominated the flavour.  Perhaps I was the only one at the table who enjoyed the stickiness of the Ika Okura ($6.29)--ladyfingers mixed with squid. It was a llight dish without need for extra seasoning. The Honey Sakura Ebi ($6.29) is simply a pot of sweet crunchy prawns that are so good for snacking that I doubt nobody will dislike unless he/she is allergic to crustaceans Marinated with soy and vinegar, the silvery sashimi ($4.29/3pcs) already has a mild sourish and salty taste, so I suggest you to enjoy the original flavour without soy sauce. Oysters fans may be delighted to know that there are mouthwatering raw oysters from Hiroshima here at $8.29(4pcs). I am not a fan of oysters but those who did found them fresh and delicious I always thought that Sakae Sushi only served sushi but now it has a wider variety menu with some dishes like the Kohada sashimi and Smoked Duck Sushi that caught me by surprise…….

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• 24 Apr 2015 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

dirtiest teppanyaki place i have ever eaten at

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The table was so dirty, with remnants of left over food. but the beef was quite tender. the kimchi hotpot was bland. the chawanmushi cannot make it.
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• 10 Dec 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Untrained Staff

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The staff were untrained...Most of the waiters are Ah Bengs so dun expect much from them:) most are clowns:)
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• 14 Jun 2013 • 266 reviews • 8 followers

unexpected dishes from new menu

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Visit: http://www.dairycream.blogspot.sg/2013/06/sakae-sushi-new-menu-vouchers-giveaway.html for full post and pic I tend to jump straight to the sushi or sashimi when I visit Sakae. But this time round, I realised that the appetisers were pretty tasty too, and in fact better than few of its sashimi items.  For instance, the Asari Miso ($6.29) were tiny springy clams seasoned in miso paste that dominated the flavour.  Perhaps I was the only one at the table who enjoyed the stickiness of the Ika Okura ($6.29)--ladyfingers mixed with squid. It was a llight dish without need for extra seasoning. The Honey Sakura Ebi ($6.29) is simply a pot of sweet crunchy prawns that are so good for snacking that I doubt nobody will dislike unless he/she is allergic to crustaceans Marinated with soy and vinegar, the silvery sashimi ($4.29/3pcs) already has a mild sourish and salty taste, so I suggest you to enjoy the original flavour without soy sauce. Oysters fans may be delighted to know that there are mouthwatering raw oysters from Hiroshima here at $8.29(4pcs). I am not a fan of oysters but those who did found them fresh and delicious I always thought that Sakae Sushi only served sushi but now it has a wider variety menu with some dishes like the Kohada sashimi and Smoked Duck Sushi that caught me by surprise…….
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