Sakae Sushi New Dessert Menu – Green Tea Ice-Cream and Cheese Cake

30 March, 2010

Since mid-March 2010, Sakae Sushi had launched a new menu with a yummy selection of new sushi dishes and the introduction of a new pink plate pricing at $3.99. One of the most exciting changes we were looking forward to was the new dessert menu.

The Japanese Ice Cream comes in 3 flavors – Chocolate, Strawberry and Grape; don’t be fooled by the packaging though – it might look like a cup noodle but its actually very small in size (see the comparison with a Sakae cup) – however it cost just $2.99 and the chocolate flavor is just yummy!

Another new addition to the dessert menu was the Macha Cheese Cake – a layer of cheese cake on top of red bean and green tea ice-cream; slice well to ensure you get all three layers together – because the green tea layer can be quite bitter by itself. This cake is slightly more expensive at $5.99 but worth every cent of it; for a slice of cheesecake at other cafes, you would have to pay much more.

For green tea fans, this next dessert is the ultimate dish for you – Macha Ice-Cream with Warabi Machi ($3.99); Green Tea Ice-Cream with Green Tea Mochi. Don’t be deceived by the machi cubes – while they might look rough, they are actually very smooth and refreshing since its served cold.

The Tempura Ice-Cream had been removed from the dessert menu – another dish in the menu that is similar would be the Tai-Yaki ($4.99) – Ice-cream served in a fish-shaped biscuit. Heard that this is a rather popular dish in Japan and you have to try it to know why!

Zhiqiang & Tingyi

Comments (9)

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  • JessieReply

    31 March, 2010 at 1:50 am

    Thanks for such an awesome post! Totally want to try them soon! (:

    • ZhiqiangReply

      1 April, 2010 at 1:17 am

      @Jessie, thanks! Desserts in popular city outlets tend to run out fast so go early 🙂

  • CarolineReply

    1 April, 2010 at 9:10 pm

    e japanese ice cream looks FABBBBBBBBuuuulous & yummy…….

  • FoodaholicReply

    10 April, 2010 at 11:28 pm

    where is the dessert sold at? 😀

    • TingyiReply

      11 April, 2010 at 12:02 am

      The deserts are available at any Sakae branch in Singapore.

  • Sakae Sushi $3.99 Pink Plate SushiReply

    4 May, 2010 at 11:29 pm

    […] to follow our travels. Check out About page to find out what this blog is all about.Besides the new dessert menu introduced by Sakae Sushi, another new addition to the menu is the $3.99 pink plate sushi dish. The pricing structure used to […]

  • hargett smithReply

    14 June, 2010 at 9:59 am

    These food photos makes me starving! LOL. What I like about Japanese food is the rice and Hojicha Green Tea. I’m a rice person and a tea drinker! Green tea eliminates toxins thus prevents cancer.

  • SushiTailReply

    22 August, 2010 at 6:36 am

    That matcha cheese cake is speaking to me. Too bad I haven’t seen it anywhere. I would buy one in a second!

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