I’ve been wanting to try this place for ages but no one was willing to & ofcourse I won’t go & dine alone there. But last Friday, I managed to convince my dad to give it a try & off we went.
The place is really big & spacious, the staff were very friendly & the service was pretty good. Food arrived on time except the Seafood Ramen took a while. What I loved was the portion of each dish, it was really big & more than enough. Yes, it’s a lil bit pricey but totally worth it, because as I said the portion is big & the food is delicious.
Their baby chairs are so cute. They can be attached to the table, so your baby’s feet will be hanging in the air 😛
Let’s check our order;
The baby chair I was talking about 😀
Salmon Crab & Avocado Salad
Ingredients: Freshly sliced iceberg lettuce topped with fresh salmon sashimi, crabsticks & avocado. Served with a regular saikyo miso dressing.
Verdict: The taste is amazing like almost all salmon crab & avocado salads. but what I liked about it was the portion. The salmon, crab & avocado were more than enough. Loved it.
Chicken Katsu Curry
Ingredients: Chicken fillet deep-fried in panko breadcrumbs, served with a lightly spiced curry sauce Japanese-style rice. Garnished with mixed leaves.
Verdict: This was my Dad’s dish but I gave it a try & couldn’t stop my spoon from visiting my Dad’s dish over & over again. It was really good & delicious. LOVED IT. My Dad also liked it alot. The rice & the curry sauce were very yummy. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Ingredients: Ramen noodles in a vegetable dashi soup topped with grilled black tiger prawns, kamaboko aka, basa & squid. Garnished with wakame, menma, seasonal greens & spring onions.
Verdict: The bowl was very big, the taste was good. The portion of the seafood was also good & more than enough (couldn’t finish it all). Loved the seasonal greens alot. It just needed a lil bit of salt which I forgot to add 😛 all in all it was good & a great dish for those who are dieting 😉