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2010-07-06 73 views
Nadaman has an established reputation as the premier choice for businessmen and ladies of leisure seeking an extravagant Japanese meal. While I’m far from either, it’s a joy that I could lunch out with my favourite person at one of the top Japanese restaurants in Singapore. Comprising 7 bite sized and beautifully presented courses, the mini kaiseki ($45++) is undoubtedly the top pick food-wise. Menu for the mini kaiseki changes weekly. I had boiled garland chrysanthemum and a soy bean milk-sesa
Menu for the mini kaiseki changes weekly. I had boiled garland chrysanthemum and a soy bean milk-sesame mousse for appetisers, followed by a clear and light-tasting soup with yomogi fish cake, chef’s selection of fresh tuna and sea bream sashimi and a simmered dish of prawn tempura and eggplant with radish sauce. Everything tasted great, especially the mousse and fish cake cuz I love their texture, the former smooth and the latter soft and chewy. So far so good! My main for the mini kaiseki was a nicely grilled swordfish with teriyaki sauce, meaty and firm.
Desserts were so boring that Aoki’s sweet trio flashed into mind immediately! Custard mousse for mini kaiseki and a scoop of vanilla ice cream (no vanilla bean specks sighted) for the teppanyaki set.
A peek at the dinner ala carte menu is not for the faint hearted. Prices can easily run up to 3 figures! I’ll just stick to lunch happily.
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