The Only Cafe

After my visit to Cafe Lokal for some food, I headed over to The Only Cafe, which was located just a few doors down. They are an Asian/Japanese-style cafe located in Kits, on 4th Avenue. In addition to serving up various drinks, both hot and cold, they have various sandwiches and baked goods. I had a Matcha Latte, Japanese Cheesecake, and Matcha Pound Cake.

Matcha Latte ($4.75):


4/5
The latte was actually not sweet at all, but was slightly bitter with a creamy texture. It had a pretty good matcha flavour, which was quite impressive seeing that most matcha-flavoured drinks tend to be a little weak.

Japanese Cheesecake ($4):


3/5
The cake was more light and yogurt like compared to NY cheesecake. The filling was creamy and tangy, but a bit lacking in flavour and gummy in some areas. Unfortunately, I wasn’t a big fan of the crust beneath, which was a bit grainy.

Matcha Pound Cake (around $4-5):


3.5/5
The cake was a bit hard, but still tasty and had a mildly sweet flavour. The matcha flavour was a bit weak, but that is kind of expected from most matcha-flavoured desserts.

While I wasn’t a huge fan of their cheesecake from The Only Cafe, I enjoyed the pound cake and was impressed by their latte. The staff was friendly and the prices were fair. This is definitely worth checking out.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 4/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Matcha Latte, Matcha Pound Cake
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Jiu Jiang Japanese Restaurant

Sushi is just one of the things that everyone loves that I just can’t stand. I don’t like the taste of raw fish at all, and while I do enjoy California rolls, unfortunately I have discovered that I’m allergic to avocadoes (and avocado rolls without avocado isn’t really worth it imho). Fortunately, there’s still a good menu of other food at Japanese restaurants that I do like and can still enjoy: teriyaki, karaage, takoyaki, ramen, etc. Lately, I’ve been craving for some fried Japanese fare, and decided to check out Jiu Jiang. They are a small but tidy Japanese (although the name is Chinese, and at least a few of the staff speak Mandarin) shop located in Kerrisdale, near 41st Avenue. They have a pretty good menu consisting of popular Japanese dishes, both cooked and sushi/sashimi. I had their Takoyaki, Chicken Karaage, and Chicken Teriyaki & Egg Fried Rice.

Takoyaki ($5.25):

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Close up of Takoyaki

3.5/5
The takoyaki had a crispy exterior and was soft and creamy on the inside. I didn’t really get that much ocotopus inside, but that was fine since I don’t really care that much for octopus.

Chicken Karaage ($7.25):

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Close up of Chicken Karaage

4/5
This was actually more similar to the Taiwanese-style chicken vs. the Japanese style. I was quite impressed by the chicken: the pieces were large, tender and juicy. It was well-seasoned and flavourful, and had a great crispy exterior.

Chicken Teriyaki & Egg Fried Rice ($10.95):


3.5/5
This consisted of fried rice that’s topped with chicken teriyaki. I was a bit disappointed by the chicken to be honest: I found it to be a little anemic and lacking in grilled flavour, and also lacking in teriyaki sauce, although the meat was still seasoned. I really enjoyed their fried rice however, which was very well cooked and well-seasoned/flavourful. It came with a bowl of miso soup, which was just standard.

I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to Jiu Jiang. Their food was tasty and very reasonably priced. The service, while not the most personable, was quite attentive and polite. I’d definitely recommend checking this spot out, even if you’re a weirdo like me that doesn’t like sushi.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 4/5
Service: 3.5/5
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Chicken Karaage, Egg Fried Rice
Jiu Jiang Japanese Restaurant Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Tatsu Japanese Bistro

To keep this one short, my mom’s birthday has arrived and she specifically told me that she wanted to eat sushi rolls, the fancy kind with seafood and avocado (which I’m actually allergic to, but who cares, I’m not a huge fan of sushi anyways). Being a completely home-bound recluse who doesn’t go more than 5 blocks out of the house, I had to resort to ordering takeout. I decided to try out Tatsu Japanese Bistro, which is a Japanese place located on Commercial Drive. I ordered three of their special sushi rolls: Prosciutto, Bull’s, and Lobster. I also got some food for myself, including their Kushiyaki Platter, Teriyaki Chicken, and Loco Moco.

Kushiyaki Platter, 6 pcs ($13.95):

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Kushiyaki Platter, 6 pcs

3.5/5
This came with two skewers each of chicken, shrimp, and bacon scallop. My favourite was actually the chicken, which was tender, juicy, and very flavourful. The shrimp was a bit on the bland side. The bacon had a nice smoky flavour, although the scallop was (as expected), quite small.

Teriyaki Chicken ($9.95):

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Teriyaki Chicken

3.5/5
I was a bit disappointed to see that the chicken didn’t come with any skin. The meat was still tasty however, being tender and juicy, with a nice smoky grilled flavour. It was a tad on the bland side however

Loco Moco ($9.95):

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Loco Moco

3.5/5
This consisted of either a beef or pork patty (I picked pork) on rice, and is served with rice, a fried egg, veggies, and sauce. The patty was quite tender and juicy, and had a nice flavour. The egg was slightly runny in the middle. I did find the sauce to be a tad tangy however.

Prosciutto Special Roll ($11.50):

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Prosciutto, Lobster, and Bull’s Special Roll

N/A
This came with mango, avocado, cucumber, cream cheese and prosciutto. I didn’t have this since I’m allergic to avocado; my mom quite enjoyed it though (she loves prosciutto).

Bull’s Special Roll ($11.95):
N/A
This came with ebi tempura, teriyaki beef, crab, cucumber, lettuce, and tempura crisps. I actually wanted to try this roll, but unfortunately it does come also with avocado (though not listed in the description). But my mom really enjoyed it; this was actually her favourite of the three rolls.

Lobster Special Roll ($15.95):
N/A
This came with barbecue lobster meat, asparagus, avocado and cucumber. Again, I wasn’t able to try this roll, but this was actually my mom’s least favourite of the three. The lobster meat that they give you is apparently from the claw, which most people don’t like.

Although I haven’t visited Tatsu, the food that I had received from delivery was quite solid. Their prices were also fairly reasonable. All in all, a decent place for some Japanese fare.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 4/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Kushiyaki Platter, Bull’s Special Roll
Tatsu Japanese Bistro Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Cafe de L’Orangerie

So I’ve learned a new word today: orangerie. Apparently, back in the day, when oranges are apparently a luxurious commodity, rich people who had nothing better to spend their money on, decided to create rooms dedicated to the storage of oranges.

Cafe de L’Orangerie, however, did not appear to have anything to do with storing oranges. Rather, they are a cute cafe in Marpole serving up a menu consisting of Japanese and Japanese-Western fusion food. I had their Appetizer Chicken Nanban, Croquette, and Spaghetti Carbonara (with Hamburger Steak).

Appetizer Chicken Nanban ($8):


3/5
This consisted of a chicken filet that has been deep fried and is coated in a sweet and sour glaze, and is served with a side of tartar sauce. The chicken itself is white meat, and as such, it’s quite tender and juicy. It was also quite flavourful. However, I did find there to be way too much skin/batter and too little meat; moreover much of the skin was not crispy, but rather soggy and chewy.

Croquette, 2 pc ($6):


3.5/5
The exterior was quite crunchy and crispy. The filling consisted mostly of rice and potato with bits of edamame and ground pork mingled within. It is served with a sauce; I did find the sauce to be a bit too salty however, with the filling being flavourful enough on its own.

Spaghetti Carbonara + Hamburger Steak ($12 + $4):


3.5/5
The spaghetti was tender, while still maintaining some texture, and is tossed in a cream sauce that contained bacon and mushrooms, and was quite savoury and flavourful on its own. The hamburger steak was tender and juicy, albeit a tad bland. I was pleasantly surprised by the portion, which I found to be quite generous for the price.

Although the food at Cafe de L’Orangerie didn’t exactly blow me away, I did still quite enjoy all their food. The prices were very reasonable, especially since they provide quite generous portions. The service was also good: the food came quickly and the staff was quite friendly and attentive. This is definitely worth a visit.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 4/5
Service: 4/5
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Croquette, Spaghetti Carbonara
Cafe de l'Orangerie Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka

I love instant ramen. By far my favourite is that Korean brand Nongshim both for their great spicy flavour and their thick, bouncy noodles. I used to stock up boxes of their ramen. I’ve easily consumed over a thousand bags of ramen in my life.

As much as I enjoy instant ramen however, I’ve actually never been to be Japanese ramen shop. It’s not that I’ve got anything against non-instant, artisanal, “authentic” (a word that I personally don’t believe in) ramen, I’ve just never gotten around to it. Wanting to change this, I decided to visit the Broadway location of Hokkaido Ramen Santouka (they have a 2nd location on Robson). I’ve had their Miso Cha-shu Ramen, which I upgraded to a large size for an additional $1.

Miso Cha-shu Ramen ($13.80 + $1 for Large):

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Large Miso Cha-shu Ramen


4/5
The bowl was filled with ramen noodles and broth that’s topped with cha-shu pork and vegetables (woodear mushrooms, green onions and bamboo shoots). The noodles had a great bouncy texture. I loved the broth, which was rich without being oily and very savoury, and had a nice fragrance from ground sesame. There were five generous pieces of pork, which although a bit chewy, was still reasonably tender and had a good ratio between lean meat and fat. While I did find the cha-shu to be a bit bland on its own, it tasted fine when eaten with the noodles and broth. Even though the bowl didn’t look particularly big, the rich broth and generous amount of noodles made it quite filling.

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I had to get all of that delicious broth

I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the ramen at Hokkaido Ramen Santouka. Yes, you may shell out much more than the $1 you do for instant ramen, but the taste and quality does make up for it. The staff are quite friendly and attentive, and frequently call to each other in Japanese. The place does get busy however; being a single diner I was able to get a seat by the bar quite easily, but the tables do get full, so be prepared for a wait if you’re going in a group. All in all, I was quite impressed by this restaurant, and I’d highly recommend checking it out.

Summary:
Food: 4/5
Price: 3.5/5
Service: 4/5
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: Ramen (duh!)
Hokkaido Ramen Santouka Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Gallery Sushi

So if you’ve read my last post, I didn’t read the hours sign at the front of Teriyaki Bowl and tried visiting the shop on Tuesday, only to find it closed.

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Should have read the sign *facepalm*

Although there is quite a large strip of restaraunts further down Broadway, I was too lazy to walk the distance and decided to head to Sushi Gallery, which was just about a block away. Being part of the tiny percentage of people who actually don’t like sushi, I stuck to the rice/noodle section, and got the Hot Stone Bibimbob, which was served with either beef or chicken (I went with chicken).

Hot Stone Bibimbob ($11.50):

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3.5/5
This came in a big stone bowl that was piping hot and sizzling. There was a good heap of vegetables consisting of bean sprouts, pea shoots, seaweed, zucchini and carrots, as well as a decent amount of chicken and a fried egg with a runny yolk. The rice here was perfectly cooked without any clumps, and the parts at the edges crisped up and browned nicely and added a fantastic crunch as well as fragrance. Not only am I part of the tiny fraction of people who don’t like seafood, I’m also part of the minority that prefer solid egg yolks over runny ones. Fortunately, I wasn’t bothered here since the stone bowl was hot and cooked the egg quickly. I did find the meat and vegetables to be a bit too bland for my liking; fortunately, the soy sauce and gochujang that was served with the bowl helped. The portion was quite generous; I’m a big eater and I was actually quite full afterwards.

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“shui zhi pan zhong can li li jie xin ku” – never waste rice!

So even though I was disappointed that I didn’t get to eat again at Teriyaki Bowl, I still quite enjoyed my experience at Sushi Gallery. The staff here were also very friendly. This is a good palce for a quick and affordable meal.

P.S. They serve complimentary miso soup to first time customers. I didn’t have any since I don’t really care for plain, brothy soup, but I’m sure others would appreciate it.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 4/5
Service: 4.5/5
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: Hot Stone Bibimbob
Sushi Gallery Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Teriyaki Bowl

I belong to the rare 0.00000001% of the population who doesn’t like sushi (and most seafood in general). I just cannot, for the life of me, understand why people would find bland, tasteless, slimy pieces of raw fish tasty. But I do enjoy a good chicken teriyaki or katsu or some other form of cooked Japanese food from time to time, and a place named “Teriyaki Bowl” seemed like a good place to check out. The shop was quite small, and could only seat a handful of people (it’s probably more suited for takeout than dine-in). Fortunately, it was not very busy when I arrived, and I was able to get a seat (it did fill up not long after). Now my go-to dish is typically chicken teriyaki, but I wanted to try something a bit different this time, so I got their Chicken Curry Bowl.

Chicken Curry Bowl ($8):

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3.5/5
The chicken here was similar to that of teriyaki chicken, only with Japanese-style curry instead of teriyaki. There was a pretty decent amount of chicken present, which was very tender, juicy and flavourful. The curry was fragrant, mildly sweet with a slight bit of heat, and served as a great sauce for the rice. Unfortuantely, I did not care too much for the rice; it was sticky and clumped in some sections. Nevertheless, the dish was still quite tasty, and the portion was fairly generous for the price. I’m a big eater, so I was still a bit hungry afterwards, but it should be sufficient to satisfy a normal person.

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Never waste any rice

I quite enjoyed my visit to Teriyaki Bowl. In fact, I actually tried returning the next day, but apparently they’re closed on Tuesdays (I ended up going to Sushi Gallery; review on that coming up). If you’re looking for a tasty, affordable lunch, I’d highly recommend checking this place out!

Summary
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 4.5/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 4/5
Teriyaki Bowl Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Sushi 7 & Penang Delight Cafe – Celebrating mom’s birthday

So my mom’s birthday’s coming up, and to celebrate, I decided to treat out to some food. I knew better than to actually take her out to a restaurant however – the last time we went out she spent the entire time complaining about how we were getting ripped off. So instead, I ordered takeout so that she wouldn’t know the actual prices (and what she doesn’t know can’t hurt her…or anyone who has to put up with her complaints). Knowing how much she loves sushi rolls, I ordered takeout from Sushi 7 via Skipthedishes for her to enjoy for lunch.

Rainbow Roll ($11.95), Spider Dragon Roll ($12.95), Dragon Roll ($13.95):


4/5 (score according to my mom).
I didn’t eat any of the rolls myself, seeing that 1) I’m the 0.000001% of the population who actually doesn’t like sushi (or seafood in general) and 2) I’m allergic to avocadoes. My mom really enjoyed all of the rolls, in particular the Spider Dragon, which contained deep-fried soft shell crab. According to her, everything tasted fresh, and the rolls were all very creamy and xian.

Summary:
Food: 4/5 (according to my mom)
Price: 3.5/5
Service: N/A
Recommendations: Special sushi rolls
Sushi 7 Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

After the sushi lunch, I proceeded to order more takeout for dinner, this time something that the entire family can enjoy. I decided to pick Penang Delight Cafe, which specializes in Malaysian cuisine. I got their most popular dishes, including the Hainese Chicken, Deluxe Curry Platter, Penang House Special Fish, and K.L. Hokkian Mee.

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Hainanese Chicken ($14.95):

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3/5
The chicken was relatively moist and tender. It was quite bland on its own (which I understand is supposed to be the characteristic of the dish), but tasted okay when dipped into the accompanying chile sauce. Overall, I think that this is a decent rendition of the dish.

Deluxe Curry Platter ($24.95):


3/5
This consisted of samples of their Rendang Chicken, Lamb, and Beef. The curries had a nice fragrance from the lemongrass and coconut. The portion of chicken was okay while the beef and lamb were quite small. The lamb was relatively tender and not overly gamey. The beef was a bit tougher and had some grisly bits, but was still okay. The chicken was my personal favourite, since it was mostly dark meat, meaning that it was tender and juicy. While I really liked the fragrance, the meat was a bit underseasoned and I was disappointed by its lack of heat.

Penang House Special Fish ($18.95):

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1/5
This is tilapia fish that has been fried in soy sauce. I’m sorry to say this, but this is downright bad. The fish was not fresh and had a pretty off-putting smell. A few bites and I’m done.

K.L. Hokkian Mee ($14.45):

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2/5
This consisted of egg noodles that have been stir fried with various seafood, meat, and vegetables, and flavoured with soy sauce. I was quite disappointed in the dish the moment I opened the package: it was pratically all noodles with some vegetables (I think it’s Chinese broccoli) and a few scant pieces of meat and squid. Both the meat and seafood were quite tough. The noodles were okay, having a nice bouncy texture. In spite of the dark colour, I found the entire dish to be underseasoned and bland.

After this dinner, I cannot overstate how relieved I was that I did not actually take my mom to the restaurant so that she did not know how much the dishes were – I’d NEVER hear the end of it. Even I, who spends tons of money on food, feel somewhat ripped off. The food ranged from mediocre to just downright bad and I do feel a bit embarassed to have picked this restaurant for my mom’s birthday. Oh well, at least she did enjoy Sushi 7.

Summary:
Food: 2/5
Price: 2.5/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 2/5
Recommendations: Rendang Curry (seriously though, I’d recommend that you just skip this place)
Penang Delight Cafe Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Sushi Oyama – A second-hand review

I’m literally the only person I know who doesn’t like sushi. I just don’t understand its appeal. What is so tasty about raw, flavourless pieces of fish being put on some cold, vinegar-flavoured rice? The only sushi that I used to like were California rolls (and its various different iterations), primarily because these rolls at least had avocadoes and mayonnaise that provided a nice creaminess. Then I discovered that I was allergic to avocadoes – the reason why I always seem to get sick whenever I go to a Japanese restaurant with my sushi-loving friends – so I’ve stopped eating sushi all together. My mom however, like the rest of the population that’s not me, loves sushi. Being a walking stereotype of a cheap Asian however, she never buys any sushi herself or eat out (the last time she went to a restaurant was for my birthday 2 years ago, and she literally spent the entire time going on a tirade about how we were being ripped off; the experience taught me never to eat out with her again). So, for this Christmas, I decided to treat her to some sushi. Of course, there weren’t too many restaurants open during the holidays, so the pickings were a bit slim. I ended up settling on Sushi Oyama. I ordered the Tuna and Salmon Sashimi, Aburi Grand Slam, Black Dragon Roll and Rainbow Roll via Skipthedishes, which delivered my order to me.

Please note: all the ratings below are “second hand” – I did not actually try any of the food myself, but based everything from the feedback and comments from my mom.

Aburi Grand Slam (Salmon, Tai, Ebi, Hamachi, $8.90):

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2.5/5
This was probably my mom’s least favourite of the bunch. She found it to be too plain, and lacking in all the creaminess and flavours lent by the avocado and sauces that were in the rolls. The fish was fresh however, and the rice was well cooked. My mom didn’t really care for aburi-style sushi.

Tuna and Salmon Sashimi ($11.40):

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3.5/5
The fish was quite fresh and had a good texture without any off flavours. Like the aburi though, my mom also thought that the sashimi was a bit too plain compared to the rolls. It was good, but not too memorable.

Black Dragon Roll ($12.50):

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A bit battered from the delivery trip, but apparently still delicious.

4.5/5
Crab, avocado, cucumber, eel on top, masago, tobiko, bonito, mayo. This was my mom’s favourite. She thought that it was very creamy from the avocado and the mayonnaise. It was also very “xian” (for those of you who don’t know, that’s the Chinese word for “umami”) from the seafood and also had a nice bit of sweetness from the sauces. She polished this roll off very quickly (she’s not into the whole “save the best for last” thing).

Rainbow Roll ($11.70):

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4/5
Tamago, tuna, salmon, tai, tako, evi, avocado, wasabi mayo. This was my mom’s second favourite. She didn’t find it as creamy as the black dragon roll, but still delicious and again, very xian.

Based off of the feedback that I got from my mom, it seems that the quality of food from Sushi Oyama is more than decent. Their rolls were the standouts – my mom polished both of them off within a few minutes (taking into consideration that she’s been suffering from digestive problems for the past year and still can’t eat all that much, it’s not hard to see where I get my massive appetite from). Personally, I did find their prices to be a tad bit on the high end (of course, I did not let my mom see the bill – I’ll never be able to hear the end of it otherwise). I do really like the extensive and creative variety of offerings on their menu, and I will likely be ordering from them again on special occasions for my mom.

Summary:
Food: 4/5
Price: 3.5/5
Service: N/A (I had their delivery)
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: Their special rolls (my mom’s favourite was the Black Dragon)
Sushi Oyama Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Sushi S Japanse Restaurant – Post-comp exam celebrations

One more time
We’re gonna celebrate
Oh yeah, all right
One more time…

So I finally did my comprehensive exam (which I’ve been dreading for literally MONTHS), and miraculously, in spite of a number of stumbles and embarassing moments that I’m actively trying to suppress in my memory, I actually passed. I’m now a PhD candidate. Woohoo!

While Daft Punk advoates celebrating by dancing and partying, I prefer to celebrate by eating. After scrolling through the list of places on Skipthedishes again, I decided on Sushi S Japanse Restaurant since it appears to be quite favourably reviewed and (being a Japanese restaurant) it had some options that my dad (who is easily the pickiest eater I know) might actually eat.

Rainbow Special Maki Roll ($11)
Tarantula Special Maki Roll ($11)
Aburi Salmon Oshi ($13)


I didn’t try any of the rolls, since 1) I actually do not like sashimi. I know this is unpopular (asides from Mr. Picky, aka my dad, I’m literally the only person I know who doesn’t like sushi). I just cannot understand why raw fish (or meat) tastes good. I just find it bland and slimy, and not at all enjoyable and 2) I’m allergic to avocadoes, which is present in all of the rolls. My mom, who likes sushi and who’s not allergic to avocado ate the sushi. From the feedback that I got from her, it was generally quite good, although she did find the rice to be a bit undercooked. Her favourite was the Rainbow Roll, followed by the Tarantual Roll. She didn’t like the Aburi Salmon as much as she felt there was too much rice and not enough fish.

Chicken Teriyaki ($9.3):

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1.5/5
I’m so disappointed. I love chicken teriyaki. Being a non-sushi eater, this has always been my go-to dish to order at Japanese restaurants. I don’t care if it’s pedestrian or inauthentic, I absolutely love it and any decent version is an automatic 4/5 for me. This is one of the worst versions that I’ve had. The pieces of chicken were small and thin, and many of them consisted of mostly skin with barely any meat in between. Moreover, the skin was soggy and lacked any crispiness at all. I don’t know how they could have screwed this dish up, especially considering that most of their other food was decent. Seriously, I’ve had much better AYCE chicken teriyaki.

BBQ Beef Rib ($14.8):

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4/5
The beef was flavourful and coated in a sweet sauce that I actually quite liked. It was a bit chewy and grisly in some parts, but was definitely superior to the beef from the yakiudon. This is easily my favourite dish of the night.

Beef Yakiudon ($12.1):

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3.5/5
The yakiudon was topped with a good amount of grilled beef. The beef as on the tough/stringy side, which was what I expected (I don’t think that I’ve ever had good teriyaki beef; is it something to do with the cut that they use?). Fortunately, the noodles were enjoyable, having a good amount of flavour and a nice,still slightly chewy texture. Overall, one of the better stir-fried noodle dishes that I’ve had.

Unagi Don ($14.3):

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3/5
The flavour was pretty good. Unfortunately, as it often happens, the eel did have a “fishy” flavour. It wasn’t too strong though, and I did still enjoy it.

Salmon Kama ($4.4):

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3.5/5
I personally found the fish to be underseasoned and on the bland side; otherwise however, I quite liked the dish. The salmon was very tender and juicy; in fact, I prefer it over more expensive cuts.

I had relatively high expectations of this restaurant since it appears to have pretty good reviews, and I am left somewhat disappointed. While I don’t think that this place is bad, but I doubt that I’ll return either. Not quite the celebration that I wanted, but oh well. I’ll have plenty of more opportunities to celebrate in the days to come. Trafiq, here I come

Sushi S Japanese Restaurant Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato