There’s more to love about Japanese food aside from the more popular ones such as sushi, sashimi, and ramens. They are also known for their sumiyaki dishes, which (if you don’t know) are food cooked over traditional grill. Sounds yummy right? Well, indeed they are.
So, the next question is where to get these sumiyaki dishes. You’re in luck for San-Sui Sumiyaki and Bar, a restaurant nestled in the Central Business District and gives a pretty good view the iconic sights in the area, has recently launched a new menu which includes all these yummy dishes.
If you browse through their menu, you might have a hard time choosing which ones you like because there are just a lot to choose from. For your benefit, OpenRice.com will be suggesting a few must-try dishes which include all things you love about Japanese food.
For starters, you can have their new Ebi to Karusumi Ae
($16) which is the sashimi prawn with mullet roe and black truffle oil. It’s definitely worth your buck as the prawns they use are fresh and go perfectly well with the dressing. If you’re looking for other options, fret not for they also have the Deep Fried Japanese Long Yam
($9) and as well as the Dried Baby Sardines
If that has gotten your taste buds wanting for more, then it’s time for the sumiyaki dishes. Are you a meat lover? Then you can order their Grilled Kurobuta Pork Rice Ball
($9), the Grilled Pork Belly with Plum Sauce
($6), or the Pork Rolled with Golden Mushrooms
. All three dishes are tasty, but the one that really jumped out was the one with the plum sauce because it complemented the meat really well.
Not a fan of pork? Then you still have a choice of Chicken Skin
($3) which is definitely crispy and the Home-made Chicken Ball
You think your dining experience would already be over after these dishes. But they still have the main courses: the Pan-grilled Graded 9 Wagyu with Mixed Mushrooms and Burdock
($30) and the Cold Vegetarian Ramen
($20). The Ramen is something different because it’s served cold plus there’s no heavy broth which gives you a full feeling afterwards.
As for dessert, you should definitely have a taste of San-Sui Sumiyaki and Bar’s Green Tea Ice Cream. By this time, you might be pretty full already so this dessert feels very light in your stomach. You don’t feel full even after you eat the whole serving.
San-Sui Sumiyaki and Bar is a restaurant worth trying out if you love Japanese food but would like to try other dishes such as the sumiyaki grilled foods. Aside from the good food, San-Sui Sumiyaki and Bar also gives you a cozy ambience if you just want to relax and enjoy the company of your friends after work.
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