9093 9118
Makiway is a DIY sushi and salad bar where you can design your own creations to suit your own taste palette. It also includes unique sushi ingredients that is only available at Makiway. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 21:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 21:00
Payment Methods
Signature Dishes
Chicken Rice Maki Strawberry Melon Strip Maki Unagi Kobayaki
Review (1)
Level4 2014-05-15
Previously known to be serving DIY maki and handrolls, we were taken aback when the current menu only serves bento, maki and other sides. It is also now run by two malay ladies, which seemed like a change of management though its something we were uncertain if it happened.Deciding to try the various categories of the menu, we chose the Smoked Salmon Cheese Maki ($8.00). Terribly let down by its low quality ingredients, it was passable on freshness but lacked the premium feel. It really did not help when the cheese was so heavy tasting it covered off the remaining ingredients, including the smoked salmon. The Wasabi is just as uninspiring; seemingly squeezed out of a tube being slurry and such.For a side, the Chicken Yakitori ($5.90) was fine but not outstanding. Chicken was tender and came off the stick cleanly and strongly marinated, but at the same time felt as if it was something that came off a freezer pack and served heated to us as it seemed rather generic at the same time.Most of the bento sets consisted of fried food, including the Curry Chicken Bento ($8.90). We loved how they served both rice and the condiments separately, and the portion was rather generous with the rice carrying a tinge of sweetness. The problem came with the curry sauce which could be slightly thicker, and the carrots could have been cooked longer so as to soften them rather than serve it crunchy. continue reading
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