Food and the city..the hags are here to eat and then tell you about it!

Thursday, August 18, 2005

KIRAKU

197 Military Rd. Neutral Bay. Sydney

Telephone: 02 9953 4059

Average price: Entrees $5-8, mains around $15

BYO

Quaint little place run by Japanese. They offer authentic cuisine with a small twist and turn here and there to keep you guessing. Enough to keep you intrigued and on your toes. Their menu is extensive and if that’s not enough, a whiteboard lists more specials for the day.

Spinach
Spinach

Eel
Eel

Agedashi Tofu
Agedashi Tofu

Slices of half cooked beef
Beef

Slices of duck
Duck

Egg and bitter melon (not my fav, but you might like it)
Egg and bitter melon

Whitebait tempura
Whitebait tempura

Oyster gyoza - unusual taste sensation
Oyster gyoza

One of the most unusual desserts I've eaten. A total 180 on the traditional banana fritter. This one has banana coated in red bean paste, then wrapped in seaweed and battered in light tempura. Divine.
Banana and red bean tempura

A great place for Japanese food, certainly a little unusual in their selection in combinations. Also a cosy atmosphere with efficient and friendly service.

HRH

2 Comments:

Blogger The Man...apparently said...

Bloody hell, how many people were there?

That's a lot of food mate!

12:00 pm

 
Blogger Culinary Hag said...

Six in total...

HRH

12:13 pm

 

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