[CLOSED] Southpaw Bar & Sushi

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11 Cavan Road
#01-04 Cavan Suites
Singapore 209848

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Chirashi Don (S$18.90++)
Assorted of freshly imported sashimi served on a Japanese rice bowl
Available on Mon to Fri from 12pm to 2pm at @SouthpawBarNSushi
Lunch Set comes with freshly prepared miso soup.
The rice was quite flavourful and well mixed with seaweed.
Southpaw Bar & Sushi
Address 🏠 : 11 Cavan Road, # 01-04 Cavan Suites, Singapore 🇸🇬 209 848
Tel ☎️ : 9101 1941
Open ⏰ :
Mon - Fri : 12pm - 2pm, 6pm - 11pm
Sat : 6pm - 11pm
MRT 🚇 : Lavender (EW11)
Note 📝 : seat 💺 12 at counter

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Back here again! I actually did try their Omakase (it’s AMAZING, basically a food journey that builds up the whole way through for a satisfying finish) but… was legitimately too distracted by the food to take photos. Whoops. Anyway, here’s their wagyu bowl ($18.90++) instead, which is every bit as delicious as everything else Southpaw serves.

The experience of getting this is great. Sit down at the counter, and you can watch the chef just take out a legit chunk of wagyu that gets carefully flame-grilled to really bring out its flavour. Then the slices are arranged on a bed of fluffy, steaming rice, all topped by a soft egg that just oozes out to coat everything when you poke it.

Needless to say it was very, VERY good. I always appreciate their attention to detail; like how the spring onions were soaked in water beforehand to give them a slightly milder flavour that complimented the meat perfectly. This is definitely a real standout dish – just make sure you go earlier in the month because they actually can sell out of it.


This time for their straightforwardly delicious sake set meal for $17.90++ A good helping of fresh salmon, some just lightly grilled to bring out the flavour, all set on top of fluffy seasoned rice.

Add some ginger, actual grated wasabi and clear mushroom and spring onion soup (a welcome change from the typical miso usually served) and you have yourself a fantastic lunch.

Though there’s only 12 seats at a counter, I’d suggest sitting close to the door if possible - you get a better view of the action that way. Today when I went, they were getting a huge salmon delivered and it was actually pretty entertaining to watch it get broken down.

Next thing on the list of food I have to try here is the Omakase!


In an area where nearby cafes charge easily $18-20++ for pasta and beef bowls, Southpaw is an understated gem serving up fresh, great tasting and genuinely delicious lunch sets that in my opinion are the best at their price range.

This is the sashimi unajyu - at $26 (including GST), every part of it is just mouthwatering perfection. The chef is fantastic, and its roots as an omakase place show through as he carefully puts together each bowl with huge attention to detail.

If you're coming here for the first time I'd recommend the chirashi bowl, which is just a beautiful work of edible art. But if it's avaliable, the wagyu is also seriously good. Anyway, definitely go visit! I'm honestly surprised it's not packed every day, with the kind of food they have.


This jiggly jelly dusted with green tea powder was rather invigorating and refreshing with the chilled gelatinous sweet jelly and the slightly bitter and grassy green tea revitalizing the tastebuds and cleansing the palate.

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The clam miso soup was light and delicate but packed full of sweet clammy flavors with a savory taste of the sea. The warm broth was a comforting and hearty dish that helped wash down the rich decadent flavors of the cold seafood from previous courses.

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