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San-Sui Japanese Restaurant & Bar is located along One Fullerton and has both indoor and alfresco seats that overlook the new Integrated Resorts and Marina Bay. San-Sui Sumiyaki & Bar is a contemporary chic establishment that offers flawless pairings of fine Japanese cuisine with traditional Japanese alcohols. The menu showcases a stellar range of poultry, pristine seafood and prime cuts of wagyu beef and kurobuta pork, all expertly prepared by the chefs. continue reading
Opening Hours
12:00 - 15:00
18:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 15:00
18:00 - 23:00
Public Holiday Eve
15:00 - 02:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Hiyashi Ramen Kurobuta Pork Onigiri Wrapped with Kurobata Salmon Sashimi
Review (1)
Level4 2012-03-30
Located next to the bay, San Sui seems to be a good chill out place after work on Friday! During our first visit, we had the indoor seat at the grill bar, where we can see how the chefs prepare our food. Awesome! First, we ordered the Karatsuki Yaki Kaki ($20). The fresh fin de claire oysters are served with special citrus sauce. Slightly creamy, and very tasty when eat it hot. The Tokusei Tori Don ($15) is a must try! It is actually a special homemade chicken rice. The rice topped with minced chicken, homemade chicken ball and hot spring egg. It tasted best when you mix the half-boiled egg with all the ingredients. The well-seasoned chicken ball is definitely the highlight of the dish! Uni Cream Coroke ($10), a.k.a Creamy Croquette is actually a deep-fried patty consists of mashed potato, corn and crab meat. Very crispy, and of good flavour! For sure you have to try the grill skewed meat when you dine in at San Sui. The Reba/ Chigimo ($4), which is the chicken livers are grilled perfectly and coated with a glaze of sweet sauce. Delicious! The Kurobuta Karubi ($6), which is the pork belly marinated in Hot Miso, has the beautiful portion of fats! Tender and nice. My top favourite goes to Tokusei Tsukune ($8), a special chicken meat (similar to the chicken ball in Tokusei Tori Don), coated with flavourful sauce, and served with raw egg yolk. Thumbs up! Special chicken meat with egg yolk continue reading
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