Overall Score 7/10
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One of my food critic friends was the starter of gathering at a little Sushi joint. It was during a weekday in the late afternoon, when people were just getting off work and clustered the road. We traveled by BTS to Surasak Station; the traffic on Sathorn Road was horrible. Our destination was on the Chan Road, corner of Soi Chan 18/7. We took a red shuttle truck to there but it wasn’t the best choice. With a precise mapping location included in this review, you shouldn’t have much problem, if you go there by Taxi or a personal car. Parking is available in the behind the building.
While trying to get to the place, all I thought was that this Sushi joint has got to be the Sushi hot spot. My friend said that it would be good and cheap rolls. We finally arrived to the place, such a tiny shop with two tables and a few bar seating in front of the sushi bar and on the side wall. Interior space was clean and had fairly modern design. There was only one Sushi chef (owner, I assumed) standing behind the cold kitchen. And I believe there is another guy in the back assisting with the heat over the stove and whatever. There were one other party (five or six people) and ours (party of five). With only one chef the food was a bit slow. There was a time gap between all the dishes of about five to ten minutes.
We ordered about five sushi rolls and three other choices of side dishes. First to serve was the Salmon Salad, which was a good beginning; dressing was yummy. Then next were two orders of the Baked Scallops; this one was also cheesy and tasty. These choices were all for non-sushi selections.
In terms of the Sushi rolls, as far as I could remember; the five choices were Crunchy Spicy Tuna, Godzilla, Winter roll, Crispy Wasabi, and Deep Fried Tuna. Personally, I liked the Godzilla, Crispy Wasabi, and Deep Fried Tuna. However, the fact that each of them was served slowly one a time was a bit frustrating. I knew it was going to take time; this is pretty common at a single chef bar. These rolls were good looking on the table, beautifully presented as you can see in the pictures. Some of them were pretty tasty, good snacks to enjoy with beers. Fancy cocktails would have been suitable to enjoy with these rolls. Too bad they only had beers. I wasn’t sure if they had Japanese Sake like the name. Sake bomber would also fit right into the meal.
My closed friend was also there (he is the Sashimi lover), but he didn’t like this kind of rolls. So, he wasn’t so fond of this place. In my opinion, this place would make many of us happy. The total price (1,695 Baht) wasn’t too expensive for five people, but we could still eat more. I suggest going there with an interactive and a lively company; during the wait, you can enjoy your beers and chitchat. For the review, I only want to leave it as so. For any of you who has a chance to go there, please share your thoughts. I would love to know what you think about this place.
ร้าน Sake Sushi Bar เป็นร้านขาย Sushi , Sashimi และข้าวปั้น ร้านเล็ก ๆ อยู่ตรงบริเวณถนนจันทน์ (ชื่อร้านจริง ๆ อ่านว่าอะไรยังไม่รู้เลยครับ -*-) การเดินทางมาร้านนี้ผมก็ไม่ค่อยรู้หรอกครับเพราะว่าแถวนี้ไม่ได้เชี่ยวชาญ ที่ผมมาร้านนี้ถูกได้ในคราวนี้ก็ออกแนวค่อนข้างมั่ว ๆ เล็กน้อยคือไปลงรถไฟฟ้าสุรศักดิ์ แล้วก็นั่งสองแถวมา ถาม ๆ คนในรถเอาว่าตรงไหนคือปากซอยจันทน์ 18/7 แล้วก็มั่ว ๆ เดินหาร้านต่อ เหอ เหอ ยังไงก็ดูแผนที่ประกอบเอาละกันครับสำหรับการเดินทางมา
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