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Am not a newbie here, and i have been eating chirashi for so many rounds until a friend recommended me to try the beef rice here, which is a seasonal item and it is not on the regular menu. First up is the otoshi, the starters which cost $3++. Their otoshi is pretty standard. I ordered a 80g Omi beef with white truffle and onsen egg. It was a bowl of heaven. Definitely 100 times better than the chirashi set. But 80g is a tad too small of a portion, perhaps its wiser for sharing if the group is h
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Am not a newbie here, and i have been eating chirashi for so many rounds until a friend recommended me to try the beef rice here, which is a seasonal item and it is not on the regular menu.
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First up is the otoshi, the starters which cost $3++. Their otoshi is pretty standard.
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I ordered a 80g Omi beef with white truffle and onsen egg. It was a bowl of heaven. Definitely 100 times better than the chirashi set. But 80g is a tad too small of a portion, perhaps its wiser for sharing if the group is having other set.
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The sesame pudding ($6++) has became a usual for me whenever i dine at Aoki. Its refreshing and smooth to the taste bud. And not many Japanese restaurant serve this.
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$100 (Lunch)
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  • Omi beef with white truffle and onsen egg