Sakae Sushi

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'Paper steamboat' is one of the items of the Sakae Sushi menu.

Sakae Sushi (Kanji: 栄寿司) is a restaurant chain based in Singapore serving Japanese cuisine, and is the flagship brand of Apex-Pal International Ltd. Aimed at the low to mid-level pricing market, it offers sushi, sashimi, teppanyaki, yakimono, nabemono, tempura, agemono, ramen, udon, soba and donburi served either à la carte or via a sushi conveyor belt.

The chain has 40 outlets in Singapore, 15 of which are in the suburban areas. Its first outlet was opened in Raffles Place in September 1997, and is currently the largest kaiten-zushi Japanese restaurant chain in the country.[1] It also has seven outlets in Malaysia, one in Thailand, six in China, three in the Philippines and four in Indonesia. It also offers a delivery service in Singapore.

Sakae Sushi's founder is Singaporean Douglas Foo, who has said that he would one day like to expand operations into North Korea, because of the potential for effective monopoly power in the region.[2]

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  1. ^ "Unknown url = http://ir.asia1.com.sg/apexpal/brands.html". 
  2. ^ "Unknown url = http://search.japantimes.co.jp/mail/nn20070112f2.html". 

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