Fortuitously, a lunch date presented itself in the name of National Service and all I wanted was Japanese. I haven't been keeping up with the scene of the name 'Ryo Sushi' popped up and I made the call for lunch reservation.
I didn't realise how tiny this restaurant was. At full capacity, it seats only 9 people. 9?! A single digit. There are 2 seatings for lunch 11:45am and 1:15pm and 3 seatings for dinner. I guess I should consider it our lucky fortune to be able to score a lunch reservation the night before.
And off we went.
Ahhh, I'm dying from hunger. Come to meee...
At 1:15pm, I was more than brimming with excitement. I was effing famished. But I'm happy to report it was asolutely worth the wait. We opted for the $68 menu (asie from $38 and $98), which consisted of hijiki seaweed salad, edamame, truffled onsen egg, 12 pieces of assorted sushi, handroll, mini chirashi and soup. It sounds like a lot of food but by the end of the meal, we were comfortably full and on a post-sushi high.
Truffle Onsen Egg
Aburi salmon belly (Sake toro)
Red snapper (Kinmedai)
Semi-fatty tuna (Chutoro) with soy foam
Fattu tuna (Otoro)
Crab (Kani) handroll
Petit chirashi bowl, and a refreshing bowl of soup
Looking forward to our next visit!
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