$20 for $40 Worth of Japanese Cuisine at San-Sui Sumiyaki & Bar
- Located at One Fullerton waterfront
- Large range of Eastern, Western and fusion cuisine
- Wide variety of traditional beverages
- Sleek yet traditional Japanese interior
- Unique charcoal grill and premium charcoal
Call 6423 1555 for reservation.
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Unknown to masses of people, chopsticks were often used as tools for silencing boisterous dining companions, often with a not-so-discreet stab into a nearby fishball as a precursor to stabbing other tender parts of the human anatomy. Demonstrate deft finger-work with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of Japanese Cuisine at San-Sui Sumiyaki and Bar.
Situated on the water front at One Fullerton, this super-chic, contemporary restaurant serves up the finest cuisine of Eastern and Western cultures, and everything in between. Steering clear of the classic ‘Jack-Of-All-Trades’ trap, San-Sui Sumiyaki and Bar specializes in the traditional charcoal grill, utilizing premium binchotan, a high-grade white charcoal, for its many useful properties. Come have your taste buds tantalized with the savoury Giri Ginnan ($10) – grilled ginko nuts rubbed in coarse salt, satisfy your inner carnivore with the juicy Nihon no Wagyu ($28), or choose to toy with death with the Fugu Mirin Boshi ($14), the very poisonous air-dried puffer fish marinated with mirin. Keep your lips wet with a variety of traditional beverages such as sake and sochu.
Drink in the magnificent view that only restaurants on the waterfront are afforded – if there is even any spare room left in one’s stomach after this. Feel right at home feasting and drinking in the sleek, yet traditional Japanese interior, until one is threatened with bodily harm from a chopstick.
"Our experience here was thoroughly pleasant—service was quick and attentive, our dishes were well-paced, and the food, rather good. Recommendations include the cold tofu salad, pan fried black pork with kimchee and cod roe pasta. The highlight is the black pork, which was tender, well-cut and succulent, and the kimchee added a nice spicy balance to the meat. Even if we’re not looking to have a full meal here the next time, the perfectly chill vibe is reason enough for us to come back for drinks." - I-S Review
"This contemporary chic venue offers fine Japanese cuisine as well as an impressive list of drinks – perfect for convivial after-work gatherings or a languorous weekend meal." - Asia Tatler"If all the grilled protein gets too much for you, they do a very good raw vegetable salad for only $5. They give you a few sticks of cucumber, Japanese yam and lots of raw cabbage, for dipping into a spicy miso paste. The Japanese yam isn’t my thing, the cucumber wasn’t bad, but what I really liked was the cabbage. It was amazingly fresh and sweet, without any hint of bitterness at all." - AteTooMuch
"San-Sui Sumiyaki & Tsuki Bar which roughly means "Mountain-Ocean" in Japanese. And that pretty much sums up its approach - according to one of the restaurant's staff, "if it walks on land or swims in the sea, we serve it". San-Sui's menu then, offers things such as lamb rack, French duck breast, sushi, sashimi and gyutan misozuke, a Japanese speciality of cow's tongue marinated in miso. In other words, there's nearly everything but the kitchen sink here, but fortunately the restaurant manages not to veer into pedestrian territory." - GreatNewPlaces