In China or Japan, the word is the same 'Tamari' although the meaning might differ. In Chinese it means 'little lotus' and in Japanese 'soy sauce'. But perhaps this restaurant is aptly named as it showcases the flavours of the Orient. The new menu has a host of preparations - Sushi, Tepanyaki, Chinese, Thai - take your pick. Sushi Signature Rolls are served here. At the interactive counter chefs roll the four types on offer - the Pink Lily, Sumo Roll, Tuna and Avacado and Salmon and Pickled Ginger. Climb Mount Fuji...not literally, it is the after effect of the order (Sushi rolled with prawns, grilled Unagi & garnished with Tobiko), this is another great way to continue the meal, but if you navigate a little further...you reach China. From the mainland of China try Chicken Mandarin Dim Sum (steamed traingular shaped mildly spiced chicken Dim sum)... Perchance be a little adventurous with the Yakimeshi - a Chinese Japanese Fried Rice. These preparations are originally Chinese but have become modified over the years to suit Japanese taste. Move out of China to Thailand. Try the Shrimp Tom Kha - a coconut milk & Thai ginger flavoured soup - just great. The Peking Duck (a roast duckling along shredded root vegetables, finished with Peking sauce and served with Mandarin pancakes) it's the oomph factor!! The traditional red/green/yellow Thai Curry is on the menu. Without it the Thai menu would seem incomplete. But the USP is the live Teppaniyaki counter. Let the chefs work their magic with either a vegetable or Chicken Teppanyaki...cubes of vegetable or chicken mixed together with Terriyaki sauce. But for the finale there are great preparations in store - Fried Ice-cream or a Brulee with dried petals of the flower. Not the lotus but a rose. Does it matter? Not really...because it is Tamari.
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What is good about Chinese restaurants in different parts of the world is that it carries the flavour of the country that hosts them.
Review posted this month
Sushi, Tepanyaki, Chinese, Thai - take your pick. Sushi Signature Rolls are served here. At the interactive counter chefs roll the four types on offer - the Pink Lily, Sumo Roll, Tuna and Avacado and Salmon and Pickled Ginger. Climb Mount Fuji...not literally
Review posted this month
I was once in there, they serve Thai and Japanese cuisine, they have decent service, I had Burnt Garlic Fried Rice, it was very good, didn't had a chance to to be in there.
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: Burnt Garlic Fried Rice
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