had a really wonderful evening, very enjoyable dinner with my close RI friend at mikuni on 27.3.2017. ^^
my friend had his birthday earlier in the month. he travels frequently, and I was indisposed for 2 weeks, so we arranged for this dinner at mikuni once I was well.
I ordered botan ebi sashimi – S$45.
this a truly superb dish for the connoisseur. the tiny sweet prawns or amaebi is like 1/4 of th size of this monster. I love the fresh, gummy texture & very sweet fresh of prawn sashimi, and I guess if you like amaebi sashimi, this like multiply it 4 times.
& of course I got the heads deep-fried la!
this was so good. you like can eat everything….
my friend said this was so fragrant. he absolutely loved it too! 🙂
we ordered the UN futomak. it is in true united nations fashion – like having 9 ingredients. it was a good maki, but I feel that the mikuni maki is still better.
for today, a Tuesday, restaurant was fully booked, only seats at teppanyaki & robatayaki. I asked for robatayaki…we sat at the corner, very private & good space.
I ordered the boned-in kurobuta belly pork robatayaki. this was very good!
we each had a trio of sauces. I tried the mustard & also the ponzu sauce. they were good, and the kurobuta was good on its own too!
and of course I ordered the wagyu sukiyaki konabe – S$48.
this is always so good!
now they don’t put kagoshim wagyu on the menu. it tasted exactly the same as before.
really good stuff – 3 pieces of thick cut wagyu beef, so excellent sweet & marbled Japanese wagyu!