Sunday, September 30, 2007

Sushi Yoshida

Last week, E and myself had lunch with E's friend, just back from a work trip in France. We decided upon Sushi Yoshida (tucked away in a lovely secluded area at 10 Devonshire Road), as we had heard good things about it from the Skinny Epicurean's blog and as it was also recommended by Singapore Tatler's Singapore's Best Restaurants.
We had the set lunch menus, which I have to say are priced at a rather premium rate of between $27 to $45. The chirashizushi set which I had, and E's sushi set both came at $38 each. But the quality was high, with very fresh fish, and a lovely slab of fatty marbled tuna (top left hand of photo above) which literally melted in the tongue!! The starter of soft-boiled egg with wasabi and dashi stock was a delightful surprise, being so simple and yet so delicious (and possible to try and replicate in the home kitchen). A good find indeed, though both of us agreed that Tatsuya seems to be a notch better.

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