Sushi airways is located on the 2nd floor of one corner shop in Baghdad street. Never expect a Japanese cuisine around this area, so wondering if is nice. Did some research from their website and read some reviews and think is worth a try. As I'm looking forward to meet the "air stewardess" and experience something different as well.
I did not make any reservation, although I know this place has limited seats. So me an friends walked in around 8pm and we were just lucky enough to have 3 counter seats. So we can actually see clearly how the chef prepare our food.
We ordered few dishes for sharing.
1. Salmon tataki $15
- something like a salad with salmon sashimi topped with fresh leaves,lettuce and refreshing sauce. A good appetizer to start with your meal.
2. Mango roll $30
-the mango roll was huge in size compared to normal size, came in 8 pieces. The stuffing was the rolled egg, topped with big slice of mango and lobster. Nothing special, and a little pricey.
3. Sashimi small size $58
- there were 6 different type of sashimi and came in 3 pieces each. There were salmon( very thick slice), yellowtail, tuna,scallop, prawns, and fish egg (first time trying, very special and was good, like eating oyster)
-the sashimi was incredibly fresh, every bite melt in your mouth.
4. Grilled fugu $16
-not many Japanese offer this dish, so why not ordering here since they have it!
-very chewy and nice
We only ordered hot green tea at $3 for each pax.
Guess what, we were offered free desserts after our meal although just a tiny glass, but it was so sweet of them!
Service was good, food was good. There's even 10% discount for UOB card holder.
Date of Visit: Jun 02, 2013
Spending per head: Approximately $40(Dinner)Other Ratings: