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Sakae Sushi

We serve only what we eat
3.0/5
Sakae Sushi
Sakae Sushi
We serve only what we eat
We serve only what we eat
Cuisine: Japanese

Sakae Sushi is a good place for those looking to try Japanese food for the first time. Their menu offers popular Japanese fare like sushi, sashimi, tempura, Japanese noodles like soba, ramen and udon, yakimono, teishoku and much more at affordable prices. Their primary focus is sushi; each restaurant has a kaiten belt bringing sushi around the premises for the convenience of diners. The restaurant is also child friendly, offering balanced kid’s meals presented in creative arrangements. Besides sourcing fresh ingredients worldwide Sakae Sushi also subjects their ingredients for inspections to maintain their food safety and hygiene standards. The rice used for their sushi is enriched with extra Vitamin E. Since its founding Sakae Sushi has opened many outlets worldwide.

  • Pork-Free
  • Wifi Available
  • Valet Parking Available
  • Smoking Facilities Not Available
  • Vegetarian Dishes Not Available
Reviews
Sakae Sushi @ KL Festival City Review
"We serve what we eat.." @ Sakae Sushi

Whenever talk or think about it, it does makes me happy.. =) I've been to different shop of sushi restaurants around Kuala Lumpur such as Sushi Tei (my all time favourite!!), Zanmai Sushi and Sushi King.. So far, I often visit Sakae Sushi at Festival City with classmates since we're sushi lovers.. and the price at there is reasonable.. I heard that they launched a new menu, without hesitation, I've been to there, again!! >_< I personally like their Salmon Sashimi, Chinmi Sushi and Twin Chinmi Maki..

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Sakae Sushi @ The Curve Review
Funny story--once when I ate here, ...

Funny story--once when I ate here, we saw a rat running around on the floor. Now, I'm not afraid of rats--in fact, I think they're kinda cute, but... rats in a restaurant??? They've renovated since then, and I've only been back once. The food is so-so. It's not too expensive, so I guess you're getting what you're paying for. Basically, everything that I've ever tried here has been average quality at best. The ordering from the iPad thing is kinda cool, though.

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Sakae Sushi @ The Curve Review
Fresh and clean

I love Sakae Sushi. As mentioned in a previous review (Sakae Sushi @ Paradigm), the best feature is ordering through the iPad. It's super simple to order and works extremely well. Simply go through the menu and order whatever u want, whenever you want it. You can take your own sweet time to decide what you'd like, instead of having someone waiting menacingly to take your order. The other great thing here is that every table sits beside the sushi train, which is huge and runs around the...

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I love Sakae Sushi. As mentioned in a previous review (Sakae Sushi @ Paradigm), the best feature is ordering through the iPad. It's super simple to order and works extremely well. Simply go through the menu and order whatever u want, whenever you want it. You can take your own sweet time to decide what you'd like, instead of having someone waiting menacingly to take your order. The other great thing here is that every table sits beside the sushi train, which is huge and runs around the whole shop. So everyone gets a chance to grab their sushi when it comes by. I love always love getting a snack before the main order comes. For this visit, there were 5 of us. We ordered their special CNY Prosperity Yee Sang. It was amazingly good and fun for the price (RM38 for 5-6 pax). We also ordered plenty of other things, which I won't get into much detail here. As a chain, they're really good but they can't beat authentic sole-proprietor owned restaurants (i.e. Fukuharu). Nevertheless, their prices are pretty reasonable so it's all good. If there's anything I could fault, it's that the service staff isn't that well trained. I guess that's the price you pay for having so much reliance on the iPad. Yet, they still charge the now 'obligatory' 10% service charge that most restaurants in KL are doing nowadays.

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Sakae Sushi @ The Mines Review
Love to come to this fun restaurant

I love coming to sakae sushi and I especially love bringing foreign guests here who haven't been before. Sakae sushi is an award winning japanese sushi chain which is quite popular in Malaysia. Their setup is actually quite unique among other sushi chains in Malaysia. Using touchscreen displays for ordering your food (don't worry it's optional, you still get regular paper & plastic menu), free running drinking water tap (hot/cold) at your table and close compartmentalized seating which...

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I love coming to sakae sushi and I especially love bringing foreign guests here who haven't been before. Sakae sushi is an award winning japanese sushi chain which is quite popular in Malaysia. Their setup is actually quite unique among other sushi chains in Malaysia. Using touchscreen displays for ordering your food (don't worry it's optional, you still get regular paper & plastic menu), free running drinking water tap (hot/cold) at your table and close compartmentalized seating which offer cosy and semi-private dining. Their menu has a good variety and the sushi is pretty good. The prices are reasonable too. The restaurant was built to minimize waiting staff but there is always one around when you need one (maybe the touchscreen isn't for you?). My only complaint is that because it's so compacted there isn't that much room for a baby chair by the table. I mean you can get one in, it just blocks the entire lane. No biggie just hope the other diners don't mind. I would recommend Sakae sushi if you're up for a fun time out with friends or family. Definitely one of the better sushi conveyor belt chains in Malaysia.

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Sakae Sushi @ Paradigm Mall Review
Sakae Sushi, Sakae Sushi, Sakae Sushi

First of all, their radio ads are pretty catchy. Sakae Sushi, Sakae Sushi, Sakae Sushi. Haha. So I visited them after getting an RM10 voucher from Paradigm Mall. The coolest thing about Sakae Sushi is that you can order directly from an iPad, which is available on every table. And it works pretty well too. Simply click on what you'd like, confirm, then someone will send it over once it's done. Pretty neat, huh? You can take your own sweet time looking at the menu, without some waiter...

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First of all, their radio ads are pretty catchy. Sakae Sushi, Sakae Sushi, Sakae Sushi. Haha. So I visited them after getting an RM10 voucher from Paradigm Mall. The coolest thing about Sakae Sushi is that you can order directly from an iPad, which is available on every table. And it works pretty well too. Simply click on what you'd like, confirm, then someone will send it over once it's done. Pretty neat, huh? You can take your own sweet time looking at the menu, without some waiter impatiently standing over your shoulder. As for the food, it's pretty good. At least better than the 'king' of sushi chains. As always, the selection on the sushi trains aren't always fresh, so it's better to order new ones (and pay a little more). I also had rice with chicken teriyaki. Quite a decent meal. The place itself is simple, clean, vibrant, and inviting. Although, due to the weird architecture of Paradigm, it may be a little bit hard to find (hint: it's on the outside of the mall). Keep an eye out for promos. They seem to run promos every now and then. I think they also have their own membership card as well.

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