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6463 9206
Sakae Sushi is a trendy, quick-service kaiten (conveyor belt) sushi concept that has become synonymous with a fun-filled, value-for-money and healthy dining experience. Other than using top quality ingredients, they enrich their sushi rice with Vitamin E for added health benefits to their customers. They also make frequent farm visits to ensure the safety of their food sources. Food served at Sakae Sushi does not contain MSG and is sent for laboratory tests regularly to ensure food freshness and quality. continue reading
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Opening Hours
Mon - Fri
11:00 - 21:00
11:00 - 15:00
Public Holiday
Other Info
Group Gathering
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
Curry Tonkatsu Rice Lobster Salad Maki Nabemono
Review (1)
Level4 2013-07-28
I couldn't resist visiting this branch since I was so near to the school! Japanese outlet in a school!? The students must either be getting more pocket money or the prices at this branch is relatively cheaper! Sadly, the prices are the same, haha! Guess the younger generations are able to afford more and more! Being adventurous, I decided to try the Teriyaki Chicken Sumi Udon: Tender chicken slices and vegetables cooked in our sweet teriyaki sauce dipped in steaming hot broth ($13.99). I think Sumi means black charcoal? I was quite apprehensive about trying this dish as it was made from charcoal and one would usually think that charcoal = inedible. I could not taste the difference between the normal udon and sumi udon, was was a little different was perhaps the soup broth? It tasted a bit sweeter. There were about 4-5 pieces of chicken strips and some fishcakes, no more no less than outside. I also ordered the kakiage (Shredded vegetable tempura - $2.29). As i wanted some vegetables to go with my meal. The only tradeoff was that it has to be fried :[ Decreased the healthy value of it. Lastly, the mandatory the deep fried salmon slices ($2.29). The pieces given here was more or less similar to the branches outside so they didn't give lesser just because they taught that students wouldn't eat so much. haha!I would most probably try the promotional items they have on which seems to attract most students in the next time round! continue reading
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