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Well hey, look at that, I have a bar now. Stocked with beer, sake, shochu, umeshu, and whisky! I just so happen to have a big kitchen to go with it.
- Purchase 3 bottles of any beer or a 300ml bottle of sake ($25) and receive tori karaage (worth $10) and edamame ($4) free! Must order all 3 beers at once but don’t worry, we’ll keep them cold for you.
- Purchase any bottle of alcohol between $60 – $95 and receive ebi tempura maki ($12) and edamame ($4) free!
- Purchase any bottle of alcohol between $100 – $175 and receive an assorted sushi platter (7 nigiri, 2 maki, worth $25) and edamame ($4) free!
- Purchase any bottle of alcohol from $180 onwards and receive a matsu sashimi platter (7 types of sashimi with 14 slices, worth $45), ebi tempura maki ($12), and edamame ($4) for free!
Promotion valid only for dine-in at Standing Sushi Bar 8 Queen Street and can not be used in conjunction with other promotions. Promotion not applicable to sake sampler and whisky sampler.
Valid during all operating hours.
Happy drinking and eating!
July 15, 2011 at 1:09 pm
I admit I’m addicted to the Singapore Seen section on Stomp. While they bill it as a lofty site for citizen journalism, it has turned into a portal showing the ugly side of us all living together on this tiny island.
Public transportation woes, maid troubles, anti-foreigner diatribes, aaaggghhh!
Is this country really debating whether an able-bodied person should let an elderly or pregnant commuter take the priority seat on public transportation? Isn’t the answer obviously “OF COURSE?”
The government has run campaigns to encourage kindness and graciousness. I’m not sure what the results have been, but it seems many folks are motivated to take action only if there is a concrete payoff.
So us here at Standing Sushi Bar are taking our sushi sensibilities and wading into the teeming, seething mass that is the Singapore public. Our goal? Encourage people to be kind – it will make Singapore more pleasant for all!
We’re sending our ninjas out across the streets, trains, and buses of Singapore. Armed with these kindness cards, if they see you doing something nice then you get free sushi! Give up your seat on the MRT, hold the elevator door open, pick up some litter… no act of kindness is too small.
At Standing Sushi Bar, it pays to be kind.
July 6, 2011 at 6:53 am
I came out with the Mother’s Day set menu rather late, so this time I’ll be early with the Father’s Day menu. Treat your dad to a special meal at Standing Sushi Bar this June 19!
Early birds get rewarded – 20% discount for making a reservation by June 12
Menu A (68 SGD per person)
- Pidan Tofu
- 3 kinds of appetizers
- California Handroll
- Ikura (salmon roe) Chawan Mushi
- Grilled King Prawn with Mentai sauce
- Robatayaki skewers – bacon & tomato, foie gras, yakitori
- Noodle – choice of cold cha soba or hot Inaniwa udon
Menu B (88 SGD per person)
- Pidan Tofu
- 3 kinds of appetizers
- Sashimi (5 slices)
- Robatayaki skewers – beef & enoki, tebasaki (chicken wing), shiitake
- Hamachi kama shioyaki (grilled yellowtail cheek)
- Sushi nigiri (5 pieces) and miso soup
Each dad receives a free box of nama chocolates (15 pieces) from Japan. Yum!
The Father’s Day special menu is available only at our 8 Queen Street location. Space is limited so reserve today by calling +65 6333 1335 or mailing email@example.com.
May 10, 2011 at 11:17 am
Election fever has gripped Singapore, and the candidates getting the most attention are Tin Pei Ling from the People’s Action Party and Nicole Seah from the National Solidarity Party.
I don’t know about you, but whenever I meet someone new, I wonder what they would be like if they were a sushi roll.
I gathered available information about the two candidates and then gave my interpretation to the sushi chefs for them to create an actual roll. Isn’t it convenient to own a Japanese restaurant?
Tin Pei Ling roll
Nicole Seah roll
If you want to find out how these rolls taste; they’re available from now through May 7 at Standing Sushi Bar 8QSAM for 10 SGD each!
COMMENT CONTEST – submit your interpretation for how the above sushi rolls are like their namesake or come up with your own description of a Tin Pei Ling / Nicole Seah sushi roll! Best comment (as judged by me) posted by May 7 wins a 25 SGD voucher to Standing Sushi Bar (be sure to leave your e-mail address for contact)
April 25, 2011 at 9:35 pm