Sakae revamped their menu recently, and I’d say I’m spoilt for choices.

Sakae Zensai

S$7.99

A refreshing appetizer consisting of salmon tataki, smoked duck and spinach tossed in a light yuzu dressing.

Trio Carpaccio

S$13.99

Salmon, tuna and scallop sashimi each dressed in a light homemade tangy sauce.

Asari Sakamushi

S$13.99

Decent, but for the price, they could be more generous with the clams and rice wine.

Special Otah Maki

S$5.99

Long Bean Otah

S$4.99

Their range of locally infused Otah dishes turned out very well – great balance of spices and Mackerel chunks.

Mixed Fry Katsu

S$13.99

For the fans of fried food!

Gobo No Kari Age

S$6.39

Sweet Burdock Root strips for a change.

Ikura Shooters

S$9.99

Juicy salmon roe on a bed of crushed garlic. Divine!

Fruity Tutti Maki

S$11.99

Definitely something different fresh and visually appealing – with mangoes, avocados, strawberries and cod roe.

Sakae Mentai Combo

S$9.99

Seared mentai sushis are always well-loved and this assorted combination scallop, swordfish, salmon and smoked duck is not an exception.

Aburi Foie Gras Sushi

S$3.80 (per piece)

Whose genius idea is it to incorporate Foie Gras together with sushi? Needless to say, this dish melted in our mouths and our heart.

Salmon Gindara

S$13.99

A marriage of two favourite fishes ever! Cod and salmon fillets stuck together and grilled to perfection.

Yakimono Deluxe

S$36.99

Eight different char-grilled skewers with big delicious king prawns as the limelight. These guys were deliciously topped with mayonnaise and cod roe.

Sakae Fondue

S$19.99 (Small)

Nama Matcha

S$3.60

This ice cream dessert is one of the best I had in a long while – light yet full on the matcha flavour. They also have a chocolate flavour and I bet it’ll be great as well.

Sakae Sushi

Food7
Ambience6.5
Value7
Service6
6.6Overall Score

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