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Telephone
6773 6973
Introduction
Fish Mart SAKURAYA offers a large variety of sushi and bento sets, as well as fresh fish cuts. They aim to amalgamate the shopping and dining experience at a one-stop shop. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:30 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.sakuraya.com.sg
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Signature Dishes
Sashimi Mori Sakura Set Wafu Steak Bento
Review (14)
For full review with photos, please visit:http://myfrozenreminiscence.blogspot.sg/2013/12/fish-mart-sakuraya-west-coast-plaza.htmlAs I visit Japan often, my friends would always seek to find the tidbits I bought for them. I managed to find some of them here at Sakuraya! For those who cook Japanese cuisine, Sakuraya not only sells tidbits, it also sells vegetables (from Japan), Japanese rice, coffee, sake, shochu, sauces, seasonings, ice-cream, beverages and more.It's a very fishy business. . . in a good way! Because not only you get to choose what you want to eat from the menu, you also get to choose what sashimi you want! Remember the times where you comment that the table beside you got a better plate of maguro? Well, no problems here, cos' you can just select what you think it's best from the neatly displayed seafood.Step 1: Please be seated at a table first.Step 2: Order the food and drinks from the menu.Step 3: Take note of your table number. Go to the sashimi area to select the sashimi you want!Step 4: Pass it to the staff at that area.Step 5: You'll be asked if you want to takeaway or dine-in. If you're dining in, simply tell the staff your table number.Pumpkin Croquette is a MUST-TRY! I love how compact and solid it was! The pumpkin was also sweet and smooth. The exterior was so crispy that it was crunching every time I poked my chopsticks into it. Very good!Prawn Tempura Maki and Soft-shell Crab Maki have both hits and misses. Prawn Tempura Maki has big prawns but it lacks flavour. It was kinda bland. On the other hand, Soft-shell Crab Maki was tastier but it was slightly oilier than I expected. Sakura Sushi Set comprises of Maguro (tuna), Kanpachi (amberjack), Sake (salmon), Hotate (scallop), Tako (octopus), Ika (squid), Botan Ebi (sweet prawn), Tamago (egg), and Negi Toro Maki (fatty tuna and green onions). Well, I'll give a passable mark of 5/10 for this set. Everything was lacking of something. Maguro lacks freshness, salmon seems to have been left outside too long, tamago was not firm and toro was mediocre. The reason it passed was because this whole set is only $28 and it is enough to fill a lady's stomach. I would be visiting Sakuraya sometime soon! Not only the locations are easily accessible, the affordability of the food they serve is a good enough point to put Sakuraya on my to-visit-again list. Also, I need to stock up my Japanese tidbits and food ingredients, most importantly, to satisfy my endless craving of sashimi and other Japanese food. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level3 2013-09-15
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Heard about the good sashimi this restaurant serves and gave it a try at lunch. The concept is different here, the salmon are packed for sale and you could choose any for the chef to slice into sashimi. Ordered a spicy salmon maki to go with the salmon sashimi. Maki came in very small portions, but had a lot of salmon meat. Tasted quite ordinary, was tasty, and it wasn't too spicy. The salmon sashimi was very fresh and there was a tinge of sweet taste. Could taste the salmon juice. It's really cheap for the many sashimi slices. Definitely the place to go to satisfy salmon cravings! continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-28
51 views
5:22pmWe had two of our favourite dishes at Fishmarket Anchorpoint, namely Salmon sashimi and bacon maki. As we were looking to share the sashimi among four people, we chose the largest portion at 22.5 dollars. Upon serving, the portion of sashimi were much more than expected. It tasted chewy and fresh. The bacon maki had its asparagus wrapped by thin slices of bacon. The freshness of the vegetable blends in well with the oil and seasoning of the bacon, making the dish less sinful to indulge in! continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-16
46 views
Went there lunch with my loved one, we had sashimi, really fresh most importantly, affordable and value for money. Unlike other places, the fish slices are at right temperature, not too cold. You can buy fresh fish and some Japanese range of snacks and condiments at this outlet. GST included, no service charge (explains a lot). But must pay for towel- $0.30 each. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-20
45 views
This restaurant was recommended by a friend of mine. It is inexpensive and ingredients are air flown from Japan, so it is authentic and fresh (fish deliver on the day of arrival).It is a casual Jap restaurant, it seems it is popular for families and residents around that area. We reached there slightly earlier than the norm lunch time, there weren’t too many patrons. I have the so-called value for money sashimi rice. Sashimi is cut up in pieces and quite a generous serving, it is almost filled up half of the bowl and another half is filled with rice. Although they may be the end bits or cut up pieces, they are equally fresh, it worth every cent in my opinion. Service wise, it is just so so. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)