So, on National Day, I went out for lunch with my friends at Fukuichi! Fukuichi was an amazing Japanese Diner in Triple One Somerset, opposite 313. Okay, cut the crap, picture time!
Kani Tofu - a tofu dish with century egg and something else. It was gooooooood. I was a little skeptical about this dish initially, but when I put it in my mouth... This is a mini bowl of amazingness.
Have no idea what this dish was called! It was a platter of raw seafood - Tuna, sashimi, prawns. As you can see, only the prawn (so sad hahaha)... Bcs we freaking ate everything else before I remembered to take a picture!!! Honestly, I have never liked sashimi. But the sashimi on that platter was freaking fresh and it just like melts in your mouth. :''') I would totally just cry on the spot. I love good food ^^
Shiro Maguro Maki. Honestly, I can't remember the name of this dish, so I searched on hungrygowhere (a Singaporean food review site). I saw pictures of this glorious dish of sushi taken by other people. I swear I have never seen uglier pictures taken of such an artistic creation before. They were just darkish and totally did not do justice to the food.
At least I brought justice to the sushi. I think...?
Just put the damn thing into your mouth. I swear I loved it.
Beef with foie gras sauce. :'''''''''''''') Oh stop it already.
The most disappointing part of our meal I think was the dessert. It was apple gelato made into a form of an apple, with a chocolate center. The idea sounded amazing, but I think the taste was a little bland... Hmm.
Le sake bar (I believe)
And the two gorgeous ladies I went to eat at Fukuichi with. My workmates, and they are also smartasses. PJ / RJ / NJ... -burrows into a rabbit hole-
It's interesting how I keep looking at the food now that I am in Canada. I am sososo missing Asian food, and I totally want to eat all that sushi and everything else now. I will return to Fukuichi. And someone's gna get dragged along. Heh.