Daily: 11:30 - 15:00
Daily: 18:00 - 22:00
Sugisawa located on Robertson Quay is a Japanese restaurant, serving affordable bento sets and fresh sushi.
Decided to pop by for dinner on a Friday night. Didn't do any reservations but was lucky as we got a table within 10 minutes.
Opted for beef yakiniku bento set. Waiting time for this was about 13 minutes. Bento set was served with rice and miso soup. Had some sashimi to share as well.
Friend had the beef paper hotpot. It's without rice. The soup was clear, light and sweet. Tasty. Ingredients were pretty simple, with some vege and thin beef slices.
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I went there with 5+2 kids w reservation. When we walked in, the fat auntie glacely looked at us, top and down, then said, "oh, you got too many kids". I was stunned to hear this then asked her, "Excuse me?". She sighed then pointed somewhere in the restaurant then saying, "Your table is there". I was very offeded so asked her again, "i am sorry, what did you just said" she then said with louder voice, " i said you got too many kids". I couldn't believe what i was hearing... I told her that it is wrong to say such things. I also asked her, " Do you not have a kid? How could you say such things?". She looked at me straight and said, " no i don't have kids". We walked away from the restaurant. We never tasted the food, but never want to go there. They don't deserve to have a good family with young kids. Unbelievably rude and inappropriate language. Shame on her!
Decided to pay a visit to Sugisawa Japanese Restaurant recently as I wanted to take a post relaxing stroll by the river. As it was rather crowded, I got relegated to the outside seatings, which came out fine given that it was a rather cool night that evening.
I started with the Kaki Fri ($10), five plump oysters that were deep fried.
I then tried the Unagi Bento ($25), consisiting of two slices of salmon and tuna sashimi, a boiled tiger prawn which had sweet meat, miso soup, rice and two slabs of unagi. Good enough to fill up a hungry diner.
I also tried the tempura from the Tempura Udon ($14) and liked that fresh oil was used to fry the prawn.
I also tried the sushi from the Sushi Bento A ($24), which had salmon, squid, tuna, flying fish roe, chicken egg, yellow tail and freshwater eel.
Overall, I felt that the bentos are quite fairly priced, given the casual dining environment. If you are looking for a simple meal to fill you up, this would be an ideal place for you.