{December 22, 2011}
Baked Mussel

Baked Mussel

Kimchi: Baked mussel was pretty good! We didn’t order any more after this because it was too rich to eat too much of.

Martini: Agree with Kimchi, just of those things you can’t eat a lot of.

Calamari

Calamari

Martini: The Calamari was decent, not the best I’ve tasted but it passed for me.

Scallop and Fried Oyster

Scallop and Fried Oyster

Kimchi: Scallop sushi was good, although inside of the seaweed had too much rice packed down. The fried oyster was still scorching hot, so when I bit into it, the oil squirted out and burned me haha.

Martini: Loved everything in this picture, especially the oyster, nice and crispy but juicy too!

Nigiri

Nigiri

Kimchi: I’m quite partial to salmon sushi. And so is Martini….as you can see. hahaha. We ordered another round of salmon sushi that I didn’t take a picture of. The fish to rice ratio here is great. Unlike other places which have 3x as much rice to fill you up (since at most AYCE places they require you to eat everything or else you’ll be charged extra)

Martini: Even as I’m writing this, I’m already thinking about the next time I can eat Nigiri again, so good.

Green Tea Ice Cream

Green Tea Ice Cream

Kimchi: Small scoop, but satisfying after all of that food. I love how the ice cream was served in a metal bowl. It kept the ice cream nice and cold so it didn’t melt at all.

Martini: The cherry on top dessert that ended our wonderful meal. Bliss.

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