Earlier I thought who would have served free flow beer, but seems we only drank 1-2 glasses.
There were all the Japanese food from sashimi to sushi, california maki, fried food, tempura, ice-cream, salad, and many other stuff.
I am glad that the appetizers are in small portion, seaweed and octopus.
The sashimi moriawase came in very big portion, 4 pieces of each type, butterfish, maguro, salmon belly, octopus.
They ran out of raw oysters so I was clever enough to order grilled oysters without the cheese which were quite tasty.
The Beef Hot Plate was quite tasty, though I regretted not ordering the one with the onion.
Our 1st array of dish display
My favourite item out of all the fried food (Agemono) is the Tempura Moriawase which even came with 3 Ebi and 1 eggplant.
The Karaage and deep fried gyoza were the worst of the lot. The gyoza was over-fried till hard, something to my dislike. I guess I still prefer pan-fried gyoza than over-fried.
The shisamo was luckily, not fried till overcooked.
I believe the Unagi was river eel, and was served with thinly sliced tofu and ladden with a lot of sesame sauce.
The beef sukiyaki was quite delicious, with 2 big chunks of beef slices inside. The stew was very salty and not what I thought it would be.
The Seafood Hotplate
This is another of my least liked dish, as the salmon was hard and coarse, quite overcooked. The mentai sauce was also too cheesy.
Soft Shell Crab Salad
This is another dish you should not order as the soft shell crab is too hard and they use normal mayonaise spluttered all on it.
There are many choices of ice-cream with the conventional flavours. We chose the matcha and wasabi flavour whereby I prefer the latter. It's also tasty that it comes served with red bean.
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