FINALLY OUT OF SCHOOL
so happy =)
And to celebrate I went out with friends after school.
Off to shoppo
At Sushi Izakaya outside Myer. It's a little restaurant if you can call it that. They sell brown rice sushi which is pretty unique. And their handrolls and similar items are stunning, they look really pretty.
(Chicken Katsu Bento $9.50)
I originally ordered the tonkatsu bento however they couldn't make any tonkatsu so I changed to Chicken Katsu which essentially was the same. The tofu sat in some light soy with bonito flakes on top, very light taste. They used a short-medium grain rice which was good, funny shape though. The salad was weird, looks like aeroplane food. But the Chicken Katsu was the best, soooooooo crunchy, although quite thin and a slight lack of flavour, I was amazed at how crunchy it was and how the breadcrumbs stayed on. I must learn the secret to their crumbing.
Ngoc had some handrolls and prawn sushi.
All the sushi looked really appetising and professional.
Service: 5/10 (told me there was no tonkatsu about 5 mins after I ordered)
Environment: 5/10 it's literally in the middle of the shopping centre
Verdict? Alright I guess if you really want Japanese food. However don't expect anything spectacular with their bento's. Their handrolls cabinet/case looks very very appealing. However there are two other Japanese Shops at the food court, both aren't bad either. Hard to choose between them.
Then we went to watch Bounty Hunter (which I thought was pretty average) then headed to Pancake Parlour.
Yummy Pancakes. I don't get how they can make them sooooo fluffy.
Lemon Squash Spider
Weird combination, I don't know what to say about it.
It was just weird. Not bad but not particularly good either.
Pancake parlour is great for just hanging out