Sushi Sabu Roku 鮨さぶろく

3 , 6, Damn you’re fine….

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Sushi Mieda (Singapore)

Summary ♦ Small, neutrally seasoned shari ♠ Excellent nigiri- chutoro, akami-zuke, kinmedai, kuruma ebi ♣ Below-average cooked dishes ♠ Warm & intimate setting Overall: Defo Revisit It has been sometime since I had some good sushi. Now that I’m back in Singapore my options are generally better than back in Melbourne, with sushiyas like Shinji &…

Taka by Sushi Saito

Summary: ♦ Very refined medium-sized shari, unexpected for a pure akazu and salt seasoning ♦ Excellent pieces: Akami-zuke, Shima-Aji, Aji & Tamagoyaki ♦ No Kuruma Ebi 😦 ♦ Pricing for is between value to rip-your-eyes-out Overall: Will revisit   How far are you willing to go for sushi? Are you willing to fly to KL, take…

Ashino

Ashino is a sushi-ya in Singapore that follows in the aged sushi style (jukusei). The chef is a former disciple at Sushi Tsuu where I had one of the most splendid sushi dinners in Tokyo. Everything online seems to shine heaps of praise upon his sushi with many heavyweights throwing their weight behind him. Excited at…

Hashida Sushi (May 2014)

After trying out Shinji by Kanesaka I chanced upon Hashida Sushi, another ‘outpost’ of the original branch in Tsukiji, Tokyo. The lunch sets looked agreeable, ranging from $80 to $250. I wanted to test out what kind of tsumami (appetisers) they had to accompany their sushi so I went head first and tried the $250…

Shinji By Kanesaka (May 2014)

I tried out Sushi Kanesaka in Tokyo in early 2013, so upon finding out that they opened in Singapore, I decided to give it a go for lunch. I love their lunch sets for their value. The first time was the $75 set at Raffles Hotel, and the next was the $180 set at St.Regis….