As you already read on my previous post here about Barashi-Tei, now we made another visit for tasting their new menu and their all time favourite signature dishes.
Spicy Salmon Maki (Crispy Tempura Prawn, Broiled Salmon with Special Spicy Sauce) [$14.80]
They still maintain their consistency on this one, tasted the same like i tried before. I love the mix of texture and flavour on this maki. Soft and creamy with hint of spicy on the outer layer and crispy inside. I would say this is a must try dishes when you visit Barashi Tei.
Unagi Salmon Mentai Maki (Eel, Salmon, Egg, Cucumber) [$14.80]
If you looking for something similar to spicy salmon maki but you cannot take spicy, this is your alternative option. You still can get the creaminess from the mentai maki.
Deep Fried Softshell Crab [$12.80]
Crispy and savoury! Goes well with its dipping sauce.
Tomato Bacon Kushi [$2.50 per stick]
Tender Bacon with juicy cherry tomato.
Wagyu Beef Don [$38.80]
The beef was very tender and juicy and goes well with the sauce. The quality japanese rice mixed with onsen egg creates creamy texture.
Ika Teriyaki (Grilled Squid with Teriyaki Sauce) [$16.80]
The squid is very fresh, tender and juicy. It’s grilled into perfection that it’s not so tough like others grilled squid.
Foie Gras Sushi (NEW!) [$15.80 – 2 pieces]
Not a Foie Gras fan, but i heard from others who tried it said that their Foie Grass is quite fresh and good quality. So if you are Foie Gras lover, you have to try this.
Selection of Chawanmushi
- Uni Chawanmushi (Chawanmushi with Sea Urchin) [$9.80]
- Ikura Chawanmushi (Chawanmushi with Salmon Roe) [$6.80]
No regret for picking Uni for my chawanmushi. The uni so fresh and really good with creamy chawanmushi.
Chirashi Don [$26.80]
No need introduction on this beauty in the bento. The thick slab cut of 4 types of sashimi (Salmon, Mackerel, White Tuna, Mekajiki). Refer to my previous post on the detail for their signature dishes.
Mon – Sat 6pm to 2am
Sun – 6pm to 10pm