Sakae Sushi

Sakae Sushi

Sakae Sushi

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Ratings:
84%   (37 votes)
31 / 37

The HungryGoWhere team is here to help you. Listed below are this eatery's available take-away and delivery options.

Delivery:
Sakae Sushi has no delivery options.

Take-away:
Sakae Sushi is offering take-away via the following options:
Take-Away Deals:
Singtel Take-Away Exclusive: 1-For-1 Tempura Udon @$16
MUST TRY: Items to look forward to includes Collagen Hotpot, Kaisen Ramen, Fried Tofu, Fried Hotate, Salmon Karaage, Matcha Buckwheat Soba, and a lot more.Sakae Sushi offers some of the best Japanese cuisines in Singapore, serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for casual dining and group gatherings. Diners can choose from over 200 delectable varieties of sushi and sashimi, or mouthwatering teppanyaki, yakimono, nabemono, tempura, agemono, ramen, soba, udon and donburi dishes as well.Located at Compass One (nearest train: Sengkang MRT Station), Sakae Sushi provides the perfect place where friends and families can enjoy Vitamin E enriched rice and Japanese dishes in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere that will surely deliver a memorable dining experience and gastronomic indulgence.

Hours:

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

Address:
1 Sengkang Square, #04-06 Compass One

Cuisine:
Asian, Japanese



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