Sakae Sushi Teppanyaki Chicken Set Review31 January, 2010
Besides pasta dishes at The Pasta Shop by Sakae, another popular non-sushi dish in Sakae Sushi is its great value-for-money Teppanyaki Set. For just S$12.90, you get a Seafood Teppanyaki Set which comprises of a huge bowl of salad as appetiser, tofu steak (don’t be mistaken – no meat involved; just tofu served up in a yummy manner, cooked well with soy sauce) and rice served (upgrade S$2.50 for garlic rice) with miso soup and vegetables. The meal is then wrapped up perfectly with a scoop of ice-cream.
Besides typical sushi, Sakae Sushi serves up a range of very yummy yet “good-looking” sushi e.g. the Sunshine Maki which is egg-rolled sushi served with prawn – excellent presentation! This belonged to the Special Makimono range and cost S$8.99.
There are limited dessert choices in the current Sakae Sushi menu – just the Tempura Ice-Cream (reviewed in our Woodlands Sakae post) and Mochi Ice-Cream (which comes in all sort of flavor). The Mochi Ice-Cream is a must-try especially a hot pot of sukiayaki. 🙂
Nicholas C2 February, 2010 at 10:48 am
Omg where’s this restaurant? Mouth watering-ness!!!!
Zhiqiang2 February, 2010 at 9:17 pm
Sakae outlets are located almost everywhere around Singapore. The particular one that I went to for this meal was the Sembawang Sun Plaza branch.
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Pat23 November, 2010 at 5:01 pm
Wow – just wow, hope this food taste so good how it looks. I’d really like to eat some of the Mochi Ice Cream, looks interesting!