Also available around new year.
Starters: Fresh Tuna with Seaweed Wasabi sauce, Rainbow Sushi, Simmered Duck Breast, Chestnut cooked with Brandy, Simmered Prawn with ebiko
Tuna tataki with a salty nori sauce. Love the duck breast and the chestnut. The rainbow sushi was colourful and fantastic. The prawn was so huge that it couldn't fit in my mouth, I needed two bites and a lot of the juice came out in the first bite. I fell like a scrooge if I was asked to share this around.
Soup: Soup with Chicken meat and Seafood in tea pot
The teapot is back again!!!!
Close the lid so that less of the soup will escape as steam. Then open that lid to enjoy the contents of the soup.
Salad: Salmon Salad with Wasabi Dressing
Slightly tangy dressing, lovely crisp vegetables.
Love the colours, love the contrast, love the texture, love the taste.
Teppanyaki: Teppanyaki Grill Wagyu Beef Sirloin served with mushroom risotto
Soft and juicy, each piece of steak (in between sip of sake) was bursting forth with rich flavour. The garlic chips and vegetables were also great cleanser of an overrich palate and the mushroom risotto sponges up even more of the valuable juices.
Interlude: Negitoro Maki and Iketeru Maki
The Negitoro maki is made from toro and raw spring onions minced together. Tasted strong and the sushi chefs teased me by slattering the thing full of wasabi and chilli padi.
The Iketeru maki shown to the right is as big as the futomaki they serve and tasted crunchy with the vegetables and deep fried oysters rolled into the maki. The only flaw was probably the crispy batter skin of the oyster that has been flattened when rolled into the maki.
Dessert: Teppanyaki Fried Banana with Vanilla Ice Cream
Sweet slivers of Banana and fresh strawbeey to go with (Hagen Dasz?) Vanilla Ice Cream.
What's up next? The New Year Osechi Box. Feel free to comment.