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The Sushi Bar (Far East Plaza)

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The Sushi Bar is a small cosy restaurant where we aim to let customers enjoy good Japanese food over a couple of drinks at an affordable price. The restaurant is aimed towards customers who appreciate premium quality food but only to find these foods overpriced at other sushi bars.

14 Scotts Road
#04-28 Far East Plaza
Singapore 228213

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11:30am - 09:45pm

11:30am - 09:45pm


11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:45pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:45pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:45pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:45pm

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Absolutely fantastic, about 8 or 9 pieces of this package of goodness, avocado and raw salmon inside wrapped in lightly charred salmon and a dollop of mentaiko.

Highly encouraged to go to the Far East outlet instead of Taka as is it much less crowded and noisy. Food quality is as good. πŸ‘

Idk how I feel about their π™π™£π™–π™œπ™ž π˜Όπ™«π™€π™˜π™–π™™π™€ 𝙍𝙀𝙑𝙑 (~$18.90). Their teriyaki sauce laden scaly eel is adequate, but when you’ve had Rollie Olie’s Unagi roll...... you’re kinda SPOILT rotten to have this.....

Ig @goodfomood

Because I was madly MADLY craving some sushi, I went for something foolproofβ€” The Sushi Bar’s π˜Όπ™—π™ͺπ™§π™ž π™Žπ™–π™‘π™’π™€π™£ 𝙍𝙀𝙑𝙑 (~$16.90). Pretty self-explanatory, it was mentaiko torched salmon on raw salmon, complemented with kani and cucumber. Simple, hits the spot, fulfils the cravings. 🍣

Ig @goodfomood

If you want something to crunch on, the π™Žπ™€π™›π™© π™Žπ™π™šπ™‘π™‘ π˜Ύπ™§π™–π™— π™Žπ™–π™‘π™’π™€π™£ π˜Όπ™—π™ͺπ™§π™ž 𝙍𝙀𝙑𝙑 (~$18.90) is TRULY the best of both worlds. Tbvh I was surprised at how the crab didn’t disintegrate to a limp soggy mess but was still!! crispy!!?!!! πŸ₯³πŸ₯³

Ig @goodfomood

Thick slabs of sashimi, comprising salmon, salmon belly, tuna, swordfish, yellow tail, and scallop, plus tamago and cucumber atop a bed of Japanese rice. To be honest, other than the salmon and scallop, the other sashimi were not as fresh as the ones at the Ngee Ann City branch, which was rather disappointing. Still, the portions and cuts are generous and this still ranks as one of the better chirashi dons.

The atmosphere is noisy and slightly hole in the wall – not the relaxed atmosphere you get at the Ngee Ann City branch, but the waitresses also didn’t seem in as much of a hurry to chase us out.

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This place sells the freshest sashimi that I’ve tasted in a while. While it’s more expensive than my usual $10 chirashi bowls (I am a poor student after all), it’s definitely worth it with the quality and quantity of fish provided. I’d dare say that the sushi here is better than those sold at some pricier hotel establishments. β €
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If I had to choose a favourite child, it’d probably be the π˜Όπ™—π™ͺπ™§π™ž π™Žπ™–π™‘π™’π™€π™£. The smokiness of the charred fish paired really with the fattiness of the salmon. They do sell an Aburi Salmon roll ($16.90), but I’ve always felt that the dons are more satisfying to eat. Perhaps it’s some prejudice I have against sushi rolls πŸ˜…β €
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Other highlights included the crunchy swordtail and fatty yellowtail. Special shoutout to the scallop (not pictured because I ate it) which wasn’t fishy at all. It was actually really tender and sweet! As a former scallop hater, I was shocked.