Suju

Suju Japanese Restaurant is hidden on the fifth floor of Mandarin Gallery. 20141227_184659

Suju is an authentic Japanese restaurant with a long history. The chef in the Singapore branch is Japanese.
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We ordered Tempura and Tamago Yaki for sharing. The tempura plate consists of one big shrimp, mushroom, eggplant, pumpkin and asparagus. 20141227_181208

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I really love the Tamago Yaki in here, and I bet Riri would love it too. 20141227_182904I ordered Torimomo Teriyaki for main course, which is a fancy term to call Chicken Teriyaki. The teriyaki sauce is very rich in flavour, I really liked it. 20141227_181603All members of our family are fish-lovers, so we ordered three kinds of fish menu. My brother had the Gindara Misozuke Yaki – marinated charcoal grilled silver cod with miso flavour. It is the most expensive fish menu among the three. 20141227_181522My dad ordered the limited item menu: Kama Shio Yaki – grilled fish cheek of the day with sea salt. It is written that this dish will take about 20 – 30 minutes to grill, but turned out that it only took around 10 minutes. 20141227_181515

My mum asked me to pick a dish for her, so I ordered Tsubo-tai Ichiya Boshi – charcoal grilled dried Tsubo snapper. Unfortunately, my mum didn’t really like the fish, as it has so many fatty layers. This fish is known as Kakap in Indonesian. 20141227_181507

The togarashi container is very cute. This small container of chilli powder is barely enough for me and my dad. 20141227_181742

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