Restaurant Review: I-S checks out aviation-themed sushi restaurant SushiAirways

I-S reviews airplane-like food and beverage outlet SushiAirways in Kampong Glam for solid Japanese fare and soothing service.

“Gimmick aside, the food is actually pretty good and the service better than at most local joints. The menu comes care of chef EC Wong, formerly of Grand Hyatt Singapore’s mezza9, who dishes out a respectable array of dishes like the sashimi mori (from $58), a generous mixed platter of thick-sliced fish, well-marbled Kurobuta katsu ($15.90), and moreish grilled fugu ($16). The straightforward flavors go nicely with their selection of sake (from $18), wines (from $12), whiskies (from $10) and beers ($8.50).”

Want to know what I-S‘ final verdict is? Then be sure to read our full review.

I-S conducts restaurant reviews incognito and pays for meals.

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