370 Alexandra Road
#01-32 Anchorpoint
Singapore 159953

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10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

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It’s pretty out of the norm for a fish market to serve up smoky, stellar skewers of chicken, but Fish Mart Sakuraya does. Nobody expects it, just like how NOBODY EXPECTS THE SPANISH INQUISITION!

The chicken thigh fillets were superbly grilled to glorious perfection before being utterly drowned in a delicious deluge of teriyaki sauce. It may not look like much, but these cocks were plenty meaty.

Better yet, a pair of these delicious cocks comes with a half pint of Suntory Premium Malt for just $10.70 (GST included). Not a bad way to alleviate the Monday blues, really.

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The first word I muttered upon digging into a piece of scallop was "OMGGG wow!!". I had been looking for a place where I could customise my own liking of sashimi instead of just any other assorted plate. The sashimi here is freshly prepared and each piece glides down your throat like a piece of marble. I wondered why it even took me so long to come here so it's my duty to promote this gem of a place to others. Just make the trip down; you won't regret it I promise!

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This came with miso soup, as part of their lunch set. Their tendon had unconventional ingredients like capsicum, leek and sweet potato (as compared to carrots, eggplant and shiitake mushrooms, which I see more frequently)! Not the best tendon, but the batter was crispy.

Price: $14

#halfeatenblog #fishmartsakuraya #tendon #Japanese #burpple

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“the leaf can eat?” i got this question twice consecutively by my mom & sis lol and the answer is yes that leaf CAN be eaten! *
so what did this pretty thing tasted like? i liked it actually (didn’t expect myself to 😂). the pink part had a glutinous rice texture (was expecting it to taste like mochi + rice but it’s ok i like glutinous rice too) and when eaten together with the green leaf, the sakura mochi had a mildly floral scent that i liked! so basically the leaf was actually yummy. (wait. why is it called mochi if there’s no mochi...) *
there was also red beans packed into the mochi, and the amount in it was quite generous, there was red bean in every mouthful of mochi. the red bean wasn’t too sweet so when eaten as a whole, the experience was really pleasant 😚 *
now i can’t wait to try the authentic version when i fly to japan in december 😌 SO EXCITED AHHH

You can choose the item and the chef will slice for you. This plate cost around $28.

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Pricing are affordable with no service charge, staffs are friendly. It’s economical Japanese meal where consumers can also choose their own fresh salmon and have them serve it to your table.

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