Rolled oats, almond and mixed seed granola with chai panna cotta, berries, lychee, coconut yogurt and a mocha infused quinoa
Seriously good. Although a bit more yogurt would have made this even better.
Potato rosti with smoked salmon, yuzu mayonnaise, grilled asparagus spears, avocado and wasabi cream and a Japanese boiled egg
The yuzu mayonnaise and the avocado and wasabi cream really brought this dish to the next level.
Green tea and mango smoothie
Pear, honeydew and rhubarb mixed juice
Comfortable bright open space, easy-going staff, colourful and well presented food. The menu here is unique in that every item (aside from the toast) has its own interesting and delicious twist. I must return soon to try their other dishes.
Honeydew Rice Wine – sweet and refreshing with the distinctive taste of honeydew = Good
Octopus Roll – octopus mix, roll salad, cucumber and avocado = Not bad
Salmon Salad Roll – salmon, roll salad, cucumber, avocado and onion = Good
Spicy Tuna Roll – tuna mix, cucumber,spring onion and fish roe = Not bad
Prawn Crunch Roll – tempura prawn, roll salad, cucumber, avocado, fish roe and lettuce = Good
I don’t buy many restaurant vouchers these days. However what compelled me to buy this particular voucher were the words ‘All-You-Can-Eat Sushi’, and for $29 for two people I was sold! I felt confident that I could eat at least 5 of these sushi rolls without a problem! But it turns out that rice is not your friend when it comes to all-you-can-eat.
The sushi rolls here are freshly made, nicely presented and are quite generous in size. (Note that this voucher limited our selection to what was available on the Roll-B and Roll-C menu only) The staff here are friendly and the decor is very cute. Nonetheless I don’t think I would come here without a voucher or discount of some sort.