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For full review and photos please visit http://look-see-eat.blogspot.sg/2015/03/utage-set-dinner-for-two-at-sumiya.htmlAlthough Sumiya brands itself as an izakaya, it really ... isn't. The menu is heavy on sashimi and sushi, with particular emphasis on 'fresh' bluefin tuna. Anyway we decided to just go for the middle road option of three different set menus - the Utage Course at $128 for two:- Edamame- Salmon Avocado Monaka- 5 Kinds of Premium Sashimi- Char-Grilled Chicken with Crazy Salt- Doubl
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For full review and photos please visit http://look-see-eat.blogspot.sg/2015/03/utage-set-dinner-for-two-at-sumiya.html

Although Sumiya brands itself as an izakaya, it really ... isn't. The menu is heavy on sashimi and sushi, with particular emphasis on 'fresh' bluefin tuna. Anyway we decided to just go for the middle road option of three different set menus - the Utage Course at $128 for two:

- Edamame
- Salmon Avocado Monaka
- 5 Kinds of Premium Sashimi
- Char-Grilled Chicken with Crazy Salt
- Double Steamed Rice with Grilled Eel and Salmon Roe
- Snow Crab Clear Soup
- Deep Fry: Shrimp, asparagus and tuna meat
- Dessert of the Day
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Food overall was mixed, with some good dishes and some bad. Quantity and variety was spot on for $75/pax but quality was a little lacking.
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Date of Visit
2015-02-27
Dining Method
Dine In
Spending Per Head
$75 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Sashimi Moriawase