Thursday, 16 June 2016

Springtime at Haru Haru Japanese Restaurant

Haru Haru Japanese restaurant pride themselves in serving authentic fresh Japanese Cuisine.

I had 3 appetizers:
Springtime at Haru Haru Japanese Restaurant
Fugu Mirin (Grilled marinated puffer fish)
This Puffer dish was marinated with sweet fish sauce, and when grilled it tasted like Bak Kua (Chinese BBQ Pork). FYI, Restaurant reparation of fugu (puffer fish) is strictly controlled by law in Japan and several other countries, and only chefs who have qualified after three or more years of rigorous training are allowed to prepare the fish.
Eihire (Grilled stingray fin)
Its grilled stingray fin, it's chewy, a little fishy and but personally, I like it for its original taste.
Tatami Iwashi (Tatami style slices of white bait)
This is the slice white bait fish, taste like the crispy cuttlefish. It's crispy and go well with sake.
Now off to the main course !
Springtime at Haru Haru Japanese Restaurant
I had Pan Fry Wagyu, and I'm not sure you remember my recent Tokyo trip where I post about Wagyu beef. Japanese beef is known for quality and command a very high price.  There're many different type of wagyu, depend very much on the breeding and feeding techniques, such as massaging or adding beer or sake to their feeding regimen. Can you imagine the cows in Japan got spa treatment?
It is suggested that the feeding of beer and sake was to help them to digest and massaging prevented muscle cramp as there are small farms where the animals did not have sufficient room to use their muscles, or they want them to have more fat.
I not sure which techniques was used on my wagyu beef, but it's very tender. Haha.
Springtime at Haru Haru Japanese Restaurant
Springtime at Haru Haru Japanese Restaurant
Springtime at Haru Haru Japanese Restaurant
I also had the Aburi Sushi, very good as you can see from the pictures, and the Ichinin Mae Sashimi platter, very fresh and very authentic Japanese Cuisine indeed! Best part the price is reasonable for the quality I get in these servings!

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