Head here for all your Japanese grocery needs and you will be amazed by the array of products available. Ranging from shabu shabu ingredients to basic essentials such as mirin, sake, matcha powder, sushi ingredients or if you prefer, Japanese snacks that come in the most adorable packaging. I was tempted to pick a basket whilst I browse each aisle but the main mission for this visit was to grab some takeaways.
Suzuran only does takeaways for sushi, no dine-ins unfortunately. Be sure to ring up at least 30 minutes before rocking up or you may have to wait for some time. The diligent sushi makers behind the sushi counter tirelessly stuff, roll and slice your sushi/sashimi to order. Price wise, definitely much more affordable as compared to a sit in restaurant.
Oh and if you must, be sure to grab a bottle of sake or some of their delicious side dishes if you are entertaining a hungry crowd;)