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The sashimi is fresh and thick. The kitchen shows creativity, and some dishes are delish (e.g. pitan tofu), while others are avoidable (e.g. wafu spaghetti, teba gyoza, unagi fried rice, scallop mentaiyaki). The portions are minuscule, so you could end up spending $75 per head (without alcohol) before being full. At least here, they take some credit cards (not Amex), whereas the original Sushi Bar outlet at Far East Plaza (which is cheaper) only takes cash. At this price level, with minimalist service, you'd be better off going to Ginza Kuroson Takashimaya on 3/F for much better ambience and better food. People will mourn the disappearance of mid-price, varied Japanese eateries at Nghee Ann City, like Sushi Tei or Ichiban Boshi. Now, for reasonably-priced Jap, you have to go to the basement lah!