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The Sushi Bar (Far East Plaza 1)

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The Sushi Bar aims towards customers satisfaction were it serves a high quality and yet ver tasty Japanese cuisine. They serve standard dishes like sushi, sashimi, Japanese-style pastas and donburis as well.

Mon - Fri: 12:30 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 17:30 - 21:00

Sat: 12:30 - 21:00

Closed: Sun

+65 96536464
$31 based on 52 submissions
After Work (15 votes), Ala Carte (9 votes), Brunch (5 votes)
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With very minimal furnishing, The Sushi Bar is a small and simple hole-in-the-wall Japanese restaurant that serves quality dishes at a price that is affordable and attractive to sushi or sashimi-lovers. The service was acceptable, and the entire meals cost us $130.55, inclusive of the usual 10% service charge and 7% GST. Though it hadn't the cheapest price tag, the quality we received is undeniably worthy of our every moolah.

Read full review with pictures here:
http://yveyanxi.blogspot.sg/2015/06/the-sushi-bar-far-east-plaza.html

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• 25 Jun 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Never visited again.

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I went to the sushi bar some time ago and ordered the 3-kind sashimi. It was supposed to be tuna, salmon and hamachi but they served me tuna, salmon and swordfish instead. I don't have a problem with them not serving me hamachi but to my utmost horror, the swordfish was FROZEN. The tuna and salmon were actually pretty good, but the swordfish just killed the entire meal. My bf actually ate one of the frozen sashimi without thinking much before he picked up another piece to realise that it was frozen and had diarrhoea and intense stomach pains after for a few hours. When i enquired about the frozen swordfish with one of the female waitresses, she gave me a nonsense answer stating that the swordfish needs to be served frozen as if it is not frozen, it spoils easily. How misinformed can she get?!?!? A sushi bar should NEVER serve frozen sashimi. It is unethical and irresponsible towards their customers. Although I've had a few pleasant experiences with The Sushi Bar (especially their salmon aburi roll), this particular incident shows that some of their chefs/management/waitresses are misinformed and inexperienced and tbh LAZY.

Gotta give it to the salmon aburi roll though. It was like crack.
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• 18 Jun 2015 • 37 reviews • 2 followers

Addictive!

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With very minimal furnishing, The Sushi Bar is a small and simple hole-in-the-wall Japanese restaurant that serves quality dishes at a price that is affordable and attractive to sushi or sashimi-lovers. The service was acceptable, and the entire meals cost us $130.55, inclusive of the usual 10% service charge and 7% GST. Though it hadn't the cheapest price tag, the quality we received is undeniably worthy of our every moolah.

Read full review with pictures here:
http://yveyanxi.blogspot.sg/2015/06/the-sushi-bar-far-east-plaza.html
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• 09 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Long queue but yummy sushi!

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Been there several times now and I am totally in love with their Aburi rolls! Went there with my friends the last time and ordered all of their Aburi rolls
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