Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Kuriya Fish Market Singapore

Fabulous Sunday once again.

This time, hubby and I together with our housemates went to Kuriya Fish Market for our delectable dinner.



This restaurant offers Japanese cuisine, ranging from sushi to fresh seafood which they say is airflown directly from Japan to Singapore thrice weekly.

Japanese cuisine has always been a favorite of mine as well as hubby's.

When we came to Singapore several years ago, we used to go Nihon Mura outlet in Dhoby Ghaut at least twice a month for their to die for sushi and sashimi. :-)
Salmon Teriyaki with Potato Croquette and Dumpling. Price: S$9.50
Big servings at a very cheap price. Needless to say, worth every penny.
Served with Japanese rice with beans, the salmon is dipped in their own version of Teriyaki sauce.
A must-try to satisfy your cravings for Japanese food :-)

Yakitori: Pork Asparagus / Ebi Fry / Tori Negima
Yakitori in Japanese means skewered food. 
Lobster Salad Maki. Price: S$5.80
Sushi is served best with Wasabi which has a very strong flavor. I normally eat my sushi without wasabi.
For me, the taste is still delicioso.
Salmon Sushi. My all-time Favorite :-)
Oh, I love Salmon. Whether it's a sushi, a sashimi, fried, grilled, smoked, or just added in sinigang, I will definitely love it. It is a must that whenever I visit a Japanese restaurant, I will have salmon in my plate.

See why I love Sundays? ;p

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