Fanned out are very thin slices of the fish, on the outside the spring onion, then various cooked cold diced bell pepper, toasted sesame seeds, some unknown crunchiness and a little salad in the center.
You just roll up a piece of the fish with all the yummy goodness in the center and pop it in your mouth!
This rice bowl is topped with pork belly, spring onions, ginger and mayo. Its actually Kewpie mayo which is a smoother creamier Japanese version. They use rice vinegar instead of distilled vinegar which gives it a different flavor as well.
Here is a shot of just the pork belly so you have a better visual. If you like pork you must try pork belly. You aren't getting stomach so don't let the name scare you.
Classic tempura vegetables (and shrimp) and their dipping sauce was so good! My favorites are always the sweet potato and yams.
This was all B although I really like the concept. On the bottom is basically hash browns and on the top is cheese. Both sides are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.
Whats not to love? The layer of smelt egg. It was just a little too much for me but B devoured it.
Toasted Black Sesame Creme Brulee.
If you've never had a black sesame dessert and you come across the opportunity please try it. I got addicted to it years ago when a pastry chef friend of ours made black sesame ice cream.
When ground together and added to something sweet you get a fantastically creamy nutty flavor. Its always makes me think of peanut butter. Its unique but not unfamiliar which is exactly what you want when you are venturing outside your comfort zone to experiment.
Tell me, what are your thoughts on sushi? Terrifying? Delicious?