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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.

For desserts, the Durian Mochi was very enjoyable for me as i’m a huge durian lover. Hidden under each soft snow skins were durian flesh that were sweet yet strong!

Thanks Burpple for inviting and Sakae Sushi for hosting us.

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The food is on the way up, whereas California Pizza Kitchen is on the way down, so now it is as good as, but still less innovative than, CPK. When consumed on premise, the pizza is much better than in takeaways, as the dough tends to soften a bit more quickly than average. The new Pizza Mala is fiercely yummy. Service is the best among mid-priced eateries - friendly and pro-active. If you have the 1-for-1 Entertainer offer, it’s very good value indeed.

The food is on the way up, whereas California Pizza Kitchen is on the way down, so now it is as good as, but still less innovative than, CPK. When consumed on premise, the pizza is much better than in takeaways, as the dough tends to soften a bit more quickly than average. Service is the best among mid-priced eateries - friendly and pro-active. If you have the 1-for-1 Entertainer offer, it’s very good value indeed.

Part of the Les Amis Group, the food is sublime, service impeccable and ambience, luxe without being too pretencious.

I love their barachirashi don. ($42 for a lunch set and $60 for an alacarte dinner) you get an assortment of fish ranging from the common to the premium. The fish is marinated but not overtly so that you can still identify what fish you're having. Gobs of uni and ikura pearls amp up the umami factor while the tamago lends a touch of sweetness. Even the rice is the ideal temperature and acidity.

Reservations are highly recommended especially for lunch as they have two seatings.

Taste is only not bad, nothing special, sadly it's not spicy enough. Ramen was cooked nicely the way I like, not too soft and soggy. Portion is not big. Maybe will go back and try the oyster ramen since it's supposed to be the bestseller.

Towering skewers of meat. A fully, stocked salad bar. Its been years since I last went to a meat buffet and so I was thoroughly blown away by the meat buffet offered by the pioneer of Brazilian churrasco in Singapore ($52).

Pictures is one of their signatures, a delicious beef topside freshly sliced off a skewer. It was so juicy and the meat was perfectly cooked, just pink in the center. Another favorite of mine was the beef ribs, which were fork-tender. They also have snow fish, marinated in a tangy, sourish marinade that matched the buttery, flaky texture of the fish beautifully.

But what I liked the best was the roasted pineapple (I had 3 servings of those). The juicy caramelized sweetness, the addictive texture, all without the 'bite' on the tongue that raw pineapple has. Match that with their saltier honey baked ham or smoked duck (so juicy!) and it results in a match made in food heaven.

The salad bar provided that perfect balance with the heavier meats. Some of my favorites were the broccoli, carrot and cucumber salad. I understand why this particular outlet has withstood the test of time in a competitive market.

9.5/10

Finally got to try this at their new outlet in VivoCity’s basement after hearing pretty good reviews! This is their most pimped out bowl which comes with fresh prawns, handmade ebiko prawn paste and prawn wantons. Everything was great and the broth was what a good prawn broth should be; heady and slightly thick which made for a super comforting meal. While I really enjoyed this, I’ll probably opt for their cheaper bowls next time cause the star is really the soup.

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