Oceans of Seafood @ The Grandstand, Turf City: Sushi Delight
Oceans of Seafood at Turf City is the best Japanese restaurant in Singapore, in my opinion. It has a stylish interior in wood design. The dim light provides a calm and relaxing ambience away from the upbeat lifestyle. I would love to come here daily and bask in such a cosy atmosphere.
I came with my best friend to celebrate my birthday because we love to eat Japanese food in a non-crowded place. Oceans of Seafood is at The Grandstand located in Turf City. It is rather troublesome to reach the area if one does not drive. There are a few shuttle bus pickup points from the MRT stations and the bus stops that can pick up people to The Grandstand.
We had Sashimi Salad (S$14.00) as a starter which a variety of fresh raw fishes and salad titillate our taste buds.
Salmon Oyako Chirashi (S$28.00) which means Salmon on a Sushi Rice Bowl had six thick slices of salmon and a generous serving of fish roe. The menu online reflected the price at $20.00. The restaurant charged us S$28.00 when we foot the bill. Have they increased 40% of the cost, or did they make a mistake that we paid for it without checking? I think that S$28.00 was way too pricey for this dish. S$20.00 is reasonable.
Chawanmushi (S$7.00) is a must for completing the Japanese sushi. Their Chawanmushi had a lot of ingredients as you can see from the photo. The steamed egg was smooth and delightful.
We placed an order for the sushi which came in a single piece – Unagi Sushi (S$3.40), Salmon Sushi (S$2.50) and Maguro Sushi (S$2.80). As for drinks, we had Lychee Frizz (S$4.50) and Salmon Avocado (S$ 7.00). The total bill was S$95.00, inclusive of GST and service charge. These Japanese delights were expensive especially Salmon Oyako Chirashi. I still felt that it was not worth the price of S$28.00. Nevertheless, I will patronise this Japanese restaurant again if I have the chance.
Thanks for reading this far. Unfortunately, Oceans of Seafood restaurant is permanently closed. I am sure that you can find a lot of great food at The Grandstand.
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