Came here to celebrate my friends birthday. When we arrived, there was a long queue of people. Luckily we made a reservation. However, even the reservation side had a queue. But it was only a queue to pay money and get a stamp on your hand so that you can enter in.
The first thing I went for was the tempura(battered, deep fried items)- Ebi, dango and a vegetable. It tasted okay,was kinda expecting more since I like tempura stuff.
Tried the seafood pasta next. So so. But it is definitely not something for people with low tolerant of heat to take. It was very spicy. One strand and you could taste the spiciness. It something you can give a miss.
Took the sashimi. The fish wasn't nice at all. The rest was okay. They also had cold prawns. The prawn shell were a little hard to peel for some. But still it tasted sweet and nice.
The best thing served at the buffet I feel is this hotpot. I love the soup- sweet and slightly bitter? A nice taste. We even use it to cook some of our sashimi.
The chawamushi- comes with crab meat and a ginko nut. The egg was a little saltier than what you normally get but still it was nice.
For the rosti my friend said it taste somthing like the one at Marche. Quite nice.
Chicken is good to try. Crispy, tasty and yummy.
Sushi were available as well, however they were okay only.
Now on to desserts!
The best thing was their waffles! Thick, fluffly and yummy. They have a few sauce to go with it- jam, honey, chocolate and one other that I forgot. The waffle tasted best when drizzled with honey.
The cake. Bleh. Definetly not worth trying. Same with the strawberry mousse. Also can't really taste any strawberry.
Not sure what they are, but also something to avoid. One bite and I spat it out. Didn't really like it.
The jelly are not bad. I took the grape one. It was nice. They also have ice cream. One of them was wasabi. The wasabi was quite mild and a little sweet for me.
Not sure if I'll be back. But If my friends would like to try this place I would not mind going again.
Date of Visit: Mar 24, 2014
Spending per head: Approximately $24Other Ratings: