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There are some restaurants that we frequent because of one particular dish. For instance, I can never imagine myself going to Yan Ting without ordering the heavenly char siew sou. Or La Cantina without getting the lovely crabmeat linguine.
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There are some restaurants that we frequent because of one particular dish. For instance, I can never imagine myself going to Yan Ting without ordering the heavenly char siew sou. Or La Cantina without getting the lovely crabmeat linguine.
You can't possibly talk about Chirashi-Zushi without mentioning Aoki!
the sushi looks abit long like fingers
I read many good things about Aoki(especially the value-worth set lunches) and had wanted to visit this Les Amis Group managed Japanese restaurant for the longest time.I was not able to get a seat twice. Overall, Aoki did not disappoint. The food was of very high quality and the service was impeccable. It was no wonder that lunches were always fully booked. Reservations definitely required - and I hope you will get first time lucky instead! For more details review on each dish we tried, kindly drop by my foodblog- Twiceasdelicious http://wp.me/p1GkyL-8l Spending: Approximately SGD 52(Lunch)
Having dinner at Aoki is a pricey affair, starting from $165++ per pax. But it\'s possible to get a premium sushi fix at the restaurant without bursting your budget, for Aoki dishes up affordable set meals during lunchtime (at $30++ and above), without compromising on quality or portion size. Being one who\'ll never pass on a chance to catch the skillful sushi chefs in action, I opted for a seat at the counter. But the tranquil atmosphere of the restaurant makes it an ideal location to catch up with friends- you should consider sitting at the private booths on the second floor if you intend on doing so. The meal started off with a tasty braised renkon otoshi ($3++), followed by a simple but refreshing salad- for a dose of fiber and vitamins!Salad tossed in a soy sesame dressingWhat makes Aoki’s mazechirashi an excellent deal is the vast variety of seafood it features. Unearthing the assortment of fresh sashimi piled atop, I discovered pieces of buttery uni, shoyu-marinated ikura, as well as cubes of ebi, tako, shime saba, kanpachi, shiromi, maguro and chutoro. The well-seasoned sushi rice was also topped with delightfully spongy cubes of tamago castella, slices of cucumber, nori strips, shreds of perilla and a dollop of nama wasabi. Needless to say, I polished it all off with much relish! Colorful tsukemono, pickled ginger and a bowl of prawny miso soup were served along with the mazechirashi.Variety pleases me, and the trio of the dessert miniatures- namely plum wine jelly, smooth milk pudding drizzled with caramel sauce and icy muskmelon sherbet– certainly made for a light but satisfying ending to the meal. A cup of genmaicha was also served to aid digestion- a thoughtful gesture on the kitchen\'s part! Food aside, the service was attentive and I loved the pretty tableware. To round it all off, I had great company as well! The mazechirashi set is priced at $35++. P.S. Do make a reservation before visiting Aoki as the restaurant can be quite packed at lunchtime. If you\'re planning to order the mazechirashi, it would be wise to indicate so in your booking- I heard that the restaurant only makes 10 bowls of it a day for lunch. どうぞめしあがれ!
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