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Telephone
6737 8772
Introduction
Maki-San provides an affordable and creative alternative to give you that instant maki and salad fix as you get to design your maki and salad just the way you like it. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 21:30
Mon - Thu
11:30 - 21:30
Fri - Sat
11:30 - 22:00
Sun
11:30 - 21:30
Public Holiday Eve
11:30 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Master Cash
Other Info
Delivery
Pork Free
Restaurant Website
http://www.rollwithmakisan.com
Signature Dishes
California Dreaming Child’s Play Keep On Shrimpin’ Roast N' Roll Salmon Says Very Veggie
Review (16)
Level4 2015-10-21
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As Halloween is coming, the outlet has come out with a new limited edition flavour of sushi roll  known as The Black Magic Roll. It costs $8.90 a roll and only available at the Cathay outlet, via mobile application and online ordering. The sushi roll is stuffed with roasted peppers, kani stick, shredded chicken, roasted pumpkin, deep fried soft shell crab and tomato based chilli sauce. The soft shell crab gives a crispy and crunchy texture, while the pumpkin gives it a sweet and buttery texture. Although the chilli sauce looks a bit dark, it actually tastes not bad giving it a sweet taste with a hint of spicy. Together it gives a explosive combination in the mouth.So don't forget to try it. It is only available from now till end of this month. continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-31
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I was at Cathay and ordered Maki San salad.  I was given ordered form to fill and select the choices that I wanted. I ordered the Mega salad at $11.90 with the mixed letture, 6 essential like cherry tomatoes, shredded carrot, apple, peach, parmesan cheese and boiled egg.  I have salmon sashimi as my special.  raisins and seasame dressing to fill the salad bowl. The salad is fresh especially the sashimi, vegetable and fruits.  The dressing is not tasty and yet thick in texture. continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-31
60 views
I am a BIGGGG fan of Maki-San and when i started school in August, i cannot remember the number of times i have been there since. It's the perfect meal that can be ordered and prepared in a jiffy especially when you are in a hurry. And since its sliced into bite-sized portions, can be eaten in between tasks too.So one day i decided to give their fried maki a try. Having said that i am a big fan, it is not an understatement if i say their fried maki is terribly dry... I think the normal maki is worth having but not the fried version. It doesn't come with any sauce (i don't know why, maybe they are worried it will leak or something during the frying process) but they do provide the sauce in a little saucer. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-08
73 views
Located at the basement of the Cathay, this shop reminds me of the "subway" of sushi- where you can customize and choose the ingredients of your sushi roll. We zoomed into ordering a mega San ($9.90) which promises a wrap sushi with 5 ingredients, 1 special, 1 sprinkle and 1 house sauce. Customizing your sushi is fun here and we had a lot of did imagining our desired sushi- unfortunately the roll we choose came out a little confused. We had roasted mushroom, japanese omelette, avocado, to book and tempura enoki mushroom mashed in yuzu honey vinaigrette. Sounds tasty on paper, but the combined effect was really mis mash- the flavours stood out individually but did not gel well together. I would recommend getting their tempura items- such as soft shell crab- as it is deep fried fresh on the spot. It was one of theore distinct ingredients that tasted good. I would stay away from the turkey bacon bits, as it contributed to a smoky taste that I didn't quite enjoy in my sushi roll. All in all, it was a self service, where you get too pick and choose a plethora of ingredients, but the end product may not be as tasty as it seems on paper! continue reading
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Level2 2013-10-25
52 views
Maki-san has become a staple for me because it's so near to my school. & I've been trying to eat healthy whenever possible, and this provides a really good choice for lunch or dinner. They've two main categories for you to choose from - salad or sushi. I've tried both, & have sworn by their salad now. However, if you're in a rush, this may not be a good choice since each order is custom-made according to the form that you fill in. The queue & waiting time can be rather long during lunch & dinner hours, especially on weekends.Salad ($11.90)Salad, with unagi as the main. I still prefer my roast beef over unagi though. I love how the salad is so filling & if you have it for lunch, it can probably last till a very late dinner. But that's only if you choose the brown rice as the base, because brown rice is really high in fibre & definitely a much better choice if you want to eat clean, as compared to their white counterparts.Sushi ($9.90)Their sushis are not as filling, and guys probably won't find it filling. However, if you choose the brown rice as the base of the sushi, you'll find that the taste is so overwhelming it'll cover the taste of the rest of the ingredients wrapped in it. It can be quite troublesome to eat too, especially if you want to bite it. Overall, I'd recommend the salad as it's more worth it as compared to the sushi. If you're choosing Maki-san as an option to eat healthy or lose weight, please choose the ingredients properly. Do not order those cream-based dressings as they're really high in fat, & for the ingredients, do not choose those tempura ingredients as they're ladened with oil.http://flightplayback.blogspot.com continue reading
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