$20 for $40 Worth of Japanese Cuisine at Kushi Dining Bar
- Wide Kushiyaki range
- Fresh catch from Tokyo’s Tsukuji Fish Market
- Experienced chefs
- Featured on Y.E.S. 93.3FM
- Near Tai Seng MRT
Call 6285 6525 for reservation.
Groupon printout MUST be presented.
GST and service charge not included.
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Meat-whoring could just expose the potential carnivorous eye. Eye the sheer bliss of biting into a sizzling browned morsel with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of Japanese Cuisine at Kushi Dining Bar.
The founders of the Japanese high-end ala-carte buffet and Fish Market Day are back at giving you a delicious bite to byte about. Succumb to carnivorous cravings with Kushi Yakitori’s selection of Toro, Wagyu beef, U.S. oysters, Shabu-shabu, Aji Sashimi, etc, on buffet days. Fish Market days at Kushi abounds with a voyeuristic culinary adventure with the chef who will whip up your very own choice of seafood item, in full viewing pleasure. Delve into delectable Bento sets such as the Pork Katsu, Salmon Teriyaki, Chicken Katsu Toji or Unagi Kabayaki ($8.80 - $14.80). While waiting, snack on Kushi’s Kushiyaki menu items which include Asparamaki (asparagus rolled with bacon), Chizu Maki (cheese rolled with pork), Shitake Nikuzume (shitake mushroom stuffed with chicken), or the Ton Toro (pork belly) ($2 each). Familiar favourites such as sashimi ($6.80 each) and a wide range of sushi ($3.00 - $10.80) are also available. Small bites are also available for the diet-conscious. Do try the Edamame (poached fresh green beans) ($3.80) or the soft shell crab ($6.80).
Cool yourself down from the mid-year heat with refreshing icy cold drinks like Kushi’s Shochu, Sake, and beers. Bring the family gang down or simply roll with the office gang for a Friday chow-down at this modest MacPherson Road joint, situated at Hotel Windsor, and within minutes to Tai Seng MRT.Operating hours:
11am to 2.30pm (last order)
5.30pm to 9.30pm (last order)
Kushi Dining Bar was featured on Y.E.S 93.3FM.
“With fish freshly imported from Tsukiji market in Japan 3 times a week, you can be sure that the food you eat is as fresh as you can get. The oysters are an absolute aphrodisiac as they are so fresh and fat that anyone would just get hooked on it. For those that feel adventurous, be sure to try the Salmon Gaga which is so fully packed with ingredients such as prawn roe and crab meat that it doesn't crumble when you pick it up. Moreover the salmon is really soft making this dish easier to chew.” - xinmsn