May 11, 2008

Ichiban Boshi @ Great World City

We had cravings for Japanese food and decided to go to Great World City for our dinner. Had told hubby that I wanted to go there for dinner whenever we was at Great World City.

We were 4 in the queue when we reached there. While queuing for our turn, I took a picture of the signboard.

The restaurant was packed and the set dishes were sold out pretty fast. We were not able to get some of the set as there were sold out. It seems like they only have limited number of sets of dishes per day.

Here’s some of the dishes we had.

The sushi were very fresh. This set was actually for 3 to 4 persons and it was quite a big set for both of us. There’s Unagi (BBQ Eel), Cooked Ebi, Ika, Salmon, Amaebi, Tuna, Maguro, Hamachi, Kappa Maki, California Roll etc.

Hubby wanted to have some rice as he think that he won’t be full (which he was wrong).

I had wanted to order this set but it was sold out. So we order Ise Ebi Pirikara Nabe instead.

The set consists of lobster, half shell scallop & assorted vegetables in spicy dashi stock with udon. We didn’t manage to finish the udon though as we were both very full. The lobster was fresh and nice. Well, hopefully I have to try the dishes and were not sold out.

One Comment on “Ichiban Boshi @ Great World City

Frances Ilg
May 15, 2013 at 1:40 AM

Chinese dry-cured hams have been recorded in texts since before the Song dynasty and used in myriad dishes. Several types exist in Qing dynasty cuisine and are used in dishes of stewing hams.

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