Exquisite Unagi and Chicken Nanban
oleh Kartono , 28 Desember 2021 (11 bulan yang lalu)
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Unagi Kabayaki : One of the highlights from this restaurant. The eel is grilled to perfection as the smoky aroma lingers, while the meat is so soft that I think it almost melts and paired with the slightly sweet sauce, this is indeed a dish I wouldn't mind to spend and come back for more
Chicken Nanban: This classic Japanese dish comprises of japanese syle fried chicken (often known as karaage) and tartar sauce. Despite its simplicity, Furusato's chicken nanban stands out in my opinion. The meat is fried properly leaving no oily aftertaste. Moreover, the sauce brushed on the chicken goes well with the slightly tangy tartar sauce leaving me feeling extremely satisfied.
Salmon Croquette: Ahh, salmon croquettes. Furusato's salmon croquettes are indeed a marvel. The crispy exterior from the panko and the meaty and creamy salmon chunks leave me wondering if I should share this or not. Oh, don't forget the sauce accompanying it as it brings the dish to another level.
Warabi Mochi: As a dessert, I thought that it would just be a palette cleanser with nothing extraordinary, but I would beg to differ. the texture of the mochi is chewy but remains pleasing to chew. Also, the roasted soybean flour (a.k.a kinako) lends a pleasing sweetness without being overwhelming. Despite being a dessert, this mochi should be one of the spotlights.
We did order some other dishes, namely; Seafood Okonomiyaki, Chicken Teriyaki, and California Roll Sushi. But they are pale in comparison with the dishes mentioned above as they were just ordinary japanese dishes which you can find anywhere.
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