This small sushi bar has always been packed with people and even during COVID-19; it seems business is still going alright even the endless deliveries and queues waiting outside.
It is located on the opposite corner of the Eastwood Train Station (Korean side) – you can’t miss it.
The menu boasts an array of various sushis made to order by experts at the bar as well as other well-known Japanese dishes including takoyaki, soba, tempura, etc.
It was a splendid night as everything went by quite smoothly. The service was swift and friendly which definitely adds to this comfortable dining service.
We started off with this platter of sashimi and sushi. I love how they adorned this plate and what I didn’t get to capture here was the seared sushis at the end which had a nice charred flavour.
We also ordered takoyaki ($9), tempura soft shell crab ($20), udon and soba.
Pictured left is the unagi roll ($19 – 9 pieces) which I did not get a chance to eat because I was super full from the previous dishes.
Honestly, the food was alright, and I loved the cold soba sauce. However, I wasn’t wowed. Ever since I came back from Japan, I haven’t felt like eating Japanese food here in Sydney because the ingredients are not the same. Other than that, I feel like other places in Sydney offered better sushi than here.
Yes, they may serve thick cuts of sashimi but sorry, I won’t be coming back anytime soon.