I... give up... Looking for the name of the fish market on vivo's site. So! I googled it instead. Hopefully it's the correct name!
Anyways, YUP! This is that place my family and I ended up dinner at 1 fine evening. I was always telling them about the Teriyaki saba and how awesome it is so they decided to give it a try. I wasn't really expecting them to have dinner there but they decided to.
Here's what we feasted upon
Beef Yaki Soba/Ramen. This was pretty nice, expect the fact that it was more egg tasting than anything else. Nothing too spectular there
Ramen again! Soup version. Bad. bad. bad. Do not order this. This came as a set. We had the Ebi one and the black pork one. Do not order their sets unless it's a rice set/ their dry ramen. I don't have a pic of it because I couldn't reach my dad's side, so i decided to be lazy.. The dry ramen is really nice I think. It's really flavourful and is somewhat perculiar BECAUSE it's SWEET! Weird huh? But it's quite delectable
Ebi tempura! This is great! It's the bread crust really packs a crunch and the prawny goodness on the inside is FRESH and perfectly cooked. Nothing beats that. I absolutely detest stale/rotting food. You know, those prawns that aren't springy to the bite but rather, has a texture of cooked yam... Eww..
Black pork! Ok, when I ordered this, I thought it'd be the katsu kind, but apparently, they serve these kinds. Boiled? Perhaps. But whatever the case, they drizzled a generous amount of sweet sauce on the meat. To me, that really made the dish. The pork was springy, tender and honestly really fun to eat, together with sweet sauce = whole new experience! LOVE IT! xD
Ok! Here is the star! The teriyaki Saba! This is the best BEST saba fillet I have ever put into my mouth. I am truly tempted to say that it's ambrosial but I think that's stretching it a tad too too far. The one we had this time round was a little fishy smelling. But still, it's not over my limited plus! Taste of this fish just overwrites any other negative factors. Usually the sabas I get at say Sakae is really tough! I have to sometimes take each chopstick in each hand and "pry" the fish open. It is not a good experience at all. However, at Marusui's the fish meat is so tender and flakes at just the right pressure. The meat is fresh and succulent! I've tried plain ole sada shioyaki too! It's just as awesome! You guys especially fish lovers have got to give this a try!
And then there is a salmon head which I think I shall post because it looks really... really.. well...unappetising I guess you can just imagine it haha! I didn't really touch that dish >.<
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