Next to arrive were the miso soup and the Uchi Salad with wakame, konnyaku, crispy gobo, cherry tomato, cucumber and Asian Greens. The miso soup was, once again, too salty for me, but I absolutely loved the salad. The combination of all the flavours and textures worked really well together, and as a whole, the salad was super refreshing. I'd be happy to eat a big bowl of it for lunch.
The next platter presented us with agedashi tofu and isobe-fried chicken pieces, served with sesame mustard mayo.
When the next dish -Kingfish sashimi with shallot umeboshi and tamari dressing- arrived, I had to pause my eating and take a moment to admire the beautiful presentation. It almost resembled an abstract painting on a plate!
I usually stick with salmon and tuna when it comes to sashimi, but the kingfish here was quite spectacular. The flavours were bold, but still felt clean on the palate. No soy sauce needed for sure! It was another winning dish!
My other Australia posts:
Red Door Cafe
Lindt Chocolate Cafe
Bangbang Espresso Bar and Cafe