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Tatsu Sushi to open at Asia Square Tower 2

Something to look forward before Christmas day.


Tatsu Sushi will be opening its new branch with a brand new chic concept and interior on 1 December 2013.

Tatsu has been operating at Chijmes since 1996 and has decided on a strategic move to Asia Square Tower 2 in 2013 to ride with the CBD developments and rising trend of dining out.

Tatsu will welcome both Sushi and Teppanyaki diners. It has a blend of Traditional Japanese Cuisine and Chic Concept.

Tatsu will have a full fledged Exclusive Sushi Bar Counter, Chic Teppanyaki Performance Counter and Private Dining Rooms. It will be able to seat up to 80 diners.

Tatsu serves a wide range of Japanese food including its special Teppanyaki Flambé Wagyu with Foie Gras Sauce, Crispy Swordfish Cheese Maki and Savoury Pitan Tofu.

The new menu has a wide selection of cooked, raw and flambé food; complement with both hot and cold premium sakes, draught beers and liquors.

The restaurant opens from Monday – Saturday from 11.30am – 3pm and 5.30pm – 9.30pm.

Location: 12 Marina View, #02-16, Asia Square Tower 2, Singapore 018961.


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