Restaurant Review: Go Beyond Your Usual Izakaya Fare At Big Sake Bar

The 42-seater prides itself on being "big on food, big on service, and big on sakes"

Apart from boasting a large selection of over 40 different kinds of Japanese sakes and whiskeys, the humble izakaya concept restaurant located at the Concourse Skyline Building serves only the freshest of sashimi, immaculate sushi rolls, and perfectly grilled kushiyaki. Here are some dishes (and sakes of course) that left us wanting more.

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Sakes

We wouldn’t think of reviewing a place named Big Sake Bar without mention of the sakes would we! Partake in the wonders of sake and order crowd favourites like the Nabeshima “Pink Label” or the “14th Generation”. If you’re looking for something  more exotic, Masumi’s Karakuchi Ki-ippon is a delightfully dry junmai ginjyo which utitlises famed Nagano rice hailing from the Nagano prefecture, home to the Alps of Japan and blessed with oases of ideal water for what else, sake brewing.

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