Not quite satisfied by a liquid lunch and a night of funk & soul at HiFi, we headed to Wasabi Teppan-yaki on Little Neville Street via the Marriot and Mook to carry on the party with my housemate Sophie’s parents and brothers. I completely forgot to pick up my camera and I was too busy chatting/eating to keep waving my phone around, so apologies for lack of decent pictures.
After many fat cubans, mango iced teas and mojitos, we hopped into a cab and headed to an unfamiliar part of town, under a few old railway bridges and along the canal to Wasabi Teppan-Yaki.
Wasabi Salad with Japanese Dressing, Yakitori pan fried skewered chicken breast and leeks in Teriyaki sauce, Yasai Harumaki Japanese vegetable spring rolls, Miso Soup. Sirloin of Beef, Salmon Fillet served with Butter and Soya Sauce, King Prawns served with Garlic and Plum Wine, Fillet of Chicken served with leeks and teriyaki sauce
House Salad with Japanese Dressing, Tori Katsu, Salmon & Avocado Maki, Miso Soup, Sirloin of Beef, Fillet of Sea Bass with Mangetout & Jumbo Scallops.
House Salad with Japanese Dressing, Prawn & Vegetable Tempura, Miso Soup and Fillet of Salmon with Jumbo Scallops & Asparagus.
and tempura prawns.
and an unbelievable amount of salmon.
It took three of us to polish of a fantastic green tea panna cotta and the rest of the wine, but it was definitely worth it. Eventually, we jumped into a cab and headed home and chatted until the early hours. So, a big thank you to Sophie and her wonderful family for a really great evening, and thank you to Wasabi for a really excellent dinner. I highly recommend it.