21 Jan, 2008
Posted by: Wen Ching In: Japanese Food
Quite a backdated post actually, finally had the time to write about this restaurant. This kaiten sushi chain restaurant was originated from Singapore, it was said that they offer Japanese food at a reasonable price.
We started off with a salmon cheese maki (鮭チーズ巻き) at RM5.90. The cheese went well with the salmon, we enjoyed this combination. But somehow this serving quite small and the cheese slice was quite thin.
Next, we had ni hotate sushi (煮帆立寿司) at RM5.90. This was a little disappointing as the cooked scallop tasted rather bland. I remember tasting those in Sushi King quite some time ago, it was so much better than this.
Finally, we had ebiko inari (えびっ子いなり) for RM3.90. Inari is my all time favourite, love it anyway it is. It tasted quite well topped with the ebiko but bear in mind that only 1 inari was filled with ebiko.
Finally, we had kimchi ramen (キムチらめん) priced at RM12.90. We think that this was the best dish of all. Served with a large serving of kimchi, vegetables and noodles, it was really worth the price. The soup tasted really appetising and slightly spicy too.
Yeah, we would revisit this place again. They served a large variety of food, we wanted to try out their different food. For more information, check out the Singapore and Malaysian website on Sakae Sushi.
2F-26/27, 2nd Floor,
Bangsar Village II,
Jalan Telawi 1,
59100 Kuala Lumpur.