You’ll be surprise actually if you say YES.
Unagi Kabayaki – sweet tangy sauce on Chris’s fave order. Yum.
Salmon Teriyaki – the meat fat fat and juicy, paired up with its crispy skin. I enjoyed this very much after their sashimi version.
Kaki Furai – Chris and I don’t take fresh oysters. Know its a waste. But we manage to feast on some deep crispy fried oysters and love the crispiness of their coating.
Shira Ebi Karaage (deep fried Japanese Glass Shrimp) – Some great nibbles while chatting.
Tori Tsukune Yaki – these chicken meatballs surprised us. Didn’t thought that this could impress our appetite at all. Thanks to its flavoursome teriyaki sauce and piping hot meat.
Heiheibonbontaru へいへいぼんぼんたる M.E.D.I.O.C.R.E
Hotate Butter Yaki – Fresh and sweet tasting scallops. They would be perfect minus the excessive oil and thick outer coating.
Tempura Moriawase – I would never say no when it comes to tempura but this serving made us kinda sick. Perhaps they were too oily. Oh no.
Nigri (Salmon) Sushi – No complains on the salmon but the rice was too dry. This brought down its overall score for sushi servings.
Shisamo – Chris must order portion. He claimed he had better ones at Kampachi and Rakuzen.
Soft Shell Crabs – Complaint of oiliness once again, but better than tempura moriawase.
Chawanmushi – silky smooth? Kinda
1. Sake Teriyaki (mackerel) wasvery drywith strong fishy smell.
2. Age Shu-Mai – skin too thick with little fillings.
3. Agedashi Tofu (deep fried bean curd with thick starchy sauce) – the sauce was way too thick, like glue.
4. Unagi Tamago was a tad too sweet for our palatte.
5. Tori no karagee (deep fried chicken) were somehow burnt and doesn’t look inviting at all.
6. First-ever-weird-tasted-Green tea ice cream. Bad. Tasted artificial…