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Chicken with Truffle Mayo ($12) Sakae Sushi was one of the earliest conveyor belt sushi restaurants in Singapore. However, their brand have since fallen on the back seat due to the emergence of fellow competitors. At a recent Eatup, we were treated to some of the food from their revamped menu and i was pleasantly surprised by the quality and array of items. That said, the Chicken with Truffle Mayo (only available at Sakae Sushi’s Teppanyaki outlets) was pretty good. The chicken was quite juicy and flavourful, and paired with the addictive truffle mayo sauce. You just cannot stop at one! Thanks Burpple for inviting and Sakae Sushi for hosting us. #BurppleEatup
Jonathan
8m
Aburi Sushi Consisting of some of my favourite ingredients here, this platter was made up of lightly flamed salmon, nama hotate and foie gras which melted in your mouth instantly. Needless to say, these sushi were well worth the calories!⁣ ⁣ Note: Pictured here are the tasting portion⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ Thank you @burpple for the invite and @sakaegrpsg for the hospitality! ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
Alicia
31m
Beef Teppanyaki ($18) Sakae Sushi was one of the earliest conveyor belt sushi restaurants in Singapore. However, their brand have since fallen on the back seat due to the emergence of fellow competitors. At a recent Eatup, we were treated to some of the food from their revamped menu and i was pleasantly surprised by the quality and array of items. That said, this plate of Beef Teppanyaki was my favourite dish of the night. Not my best picture but definitely needs a post as each cubes of beef was torched perfectly; each one of them bursting with flavours and juices! So addictive that it leaves you yearning for more! Available only at Sakae Sushi’s Teppanyaki outlets. Thanks Burpple for inviting and Sakae Sushi for hosting us. #BurppleEatup
Jonathan
1d
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This is one of the dishes that you don’t really have much to say other than it’s hella delicious. • Tucked in quiet corner in seedy cuppage, Keira does a ridiculous Uni Pasta ($38) Served chilled, it’s rich, creamy and bursting with umami. The addition of ikura pearls do nothing to balance the flavors of the sea but heck I ain’t complaining. Best ordered to share.
Casey
20w
For an Upbeat Spot for Groups Community favourite Keria racks up points for its underrated but oh so delicious Japanese fare. Get the value-for-money Tempura Set Meal, which comes with expertly batter-fried morsels AND super fresh sashimi. A group of three to four is perfect for this spot, so you'll have tummy space to share the addictive Mentaiko Cabbage ($8) and luxe Uni Spaghetti ($21) too! Photo by Burppler Wei Zhi Chiang
Burpple
48w
Quite reluctant to reveal on social media but good things must share right? This, by far is our most underrated Japanese izakaya. Prices are within the affordable range and their menus were all in Japanese until they realized that they should add in English translations for customers like us 😂 Uni, tamagoyaki, ikura and fresh thick slices of scallops, yellowtail, snapper, tuna, mackerel, octopus were overflowing the bowl. We had to share one bowl of chirashi as we also had the Mentaiko pasta (their portions are 👍🏼). We assure you that you wouldn’t be disappointed if you’re looking for an authentic Japanese restaurant in town. • Chirashi bowl SGD30.00
Sg
48w
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Japanese Food Grilled unagi chirashi Don was great and super big portion, definitely worthy and value for money.
mari
6h
Chirashi Don Tamago Mentai Chirashi Don ($18.80). A two variant bowl of complementing torched mentaiko on sweet egg omelette slices finished with an assortment of marinated diced seafood on sushi rice. Mentaiko was good and creamy. Egg was sweet and chilled. Marinated seafood was firm, crunchy, well seasoned and at an optimum temperature. Really good. I also added the lunch premium set (+$8) which consisted of miso soup, salad, sashimi and chawamushi. Miso soup was the usual which you get from everywhere. Salad was good. It was paired with a citrus dressing. Sashimi was ok, it would have been better if it was more chilled. Chawamushi was average. There was a crabstick and a slice of mushroom inside. My friend had the Mount Omote Chirashi Don ($28.80). A massive mountain of a n assortment of marinated diced seafood on a tower of sushi rice. The marinated seafood on this don wasn't as chilled as mine. Most probably because of the fact that it takes a longer time to construct this don. This made it felt like the sashimi wasn't as good as the other don. Overall both don were really filling and we didn't finish the rice. Maybe because we added the set(?) Anyway it was good and worth the money. Also I love their new menu. There are lots of fun elements and lots of items to choose.
Grace
1h
Must Try! Tasty, fresh and very generous servings too! Although there are various options to top up to a set, I think the don itself is already very filling! Sure, it is not the cheapest jap place out there, but for this standard, definitely good bang for your buck! 😋 Menu is very extensive, has very wide variety of dons and more, I can't wait to return to try more dishes!
poofy
4w
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