29 Jan 2008 • 73 reviews • 10 followers
A cosy Japanese restaurant tucked away from town. The service is fine and the restaurant is packed at lunch because the food is generally good and fresh and slightly cheaper than town.
Twice, I tried the sashimi teishoku (bento set) that costs $18. The sashimi was fresh and the selection changes with the season. Typically about 8-9 slices of fish, including salmon and tuna. One time, there were also seared tuna and mackeral, both of which were delish! A bowl of rice and miso soup are included.
Once, I changed my rice to a cold soba (+$3). A mini portion of cha soba soaked in the dipping sauce arrived with my set. It was unfortunately overcooked. I think I will stick to rice or order a sushi roll next time.
The sides were: potato salad (creamy and quite tasty), cube of silken tofu (ordinary) and pickles.
I would want to try their sushi one day!