taking away Is Donburi
Say the word Japanese to me on a rumbly tummy and my eyes will one hundred percent of the time light up. And who could blame me when this beloved cuisine can offer so much good in the form of sushi, sashimi, teriyaki, teppanyaki oh wait I'm getting a little drooly from hunger so I'll stop there while thinking about tempura.
On William Street in Northbridge next door to Jus Burgers, a new little Japanese eatery has opened up and caught the attention of workers nearby and any passerbys. So on one particular day this week my colleague and I decided to head that way for some take away lunch from a new venue. It was an extremely hot walk, but when we arrived we were amazed at how efficient the setup of this place is.
At the front is a take away stand stocked with sushi and ngiri options to choose, and inside is an actual restaurant to dine in at.
The price is definitely reasonable. The rolls are thick (one could be a decent lunch, two a big one and you probably shouldn't try three unless you're absolutely starving) and well priced - you can get two for $6 or three for $8. I think for one it's $3.50 or something like that.
My colleagues choose the likes of spicy pork, tuna, teriyaki beef and katsu chicken for their rolls. However I'm in the mood for some sashimi salmon, so I opt for the pack which comes with five ngiri pieces and four mini sushi pieces rolled in black sesame seeds which I think was around the $8 mark. Not as good value as what my colleagues have bought but still pretty good when compared with other venues.
Salmon sashimi and sushi