Saturday, 12 May 2012

Kotobuki @ East Brisbane

Kotobuki is a small Japanese restaurant that is suitable for takeaway because of their small eat-in area. By the time we sat down and ordered, all the non-reserved seats had already been all taken, with a huge line of customers still waiting to order for takeaway or waiting for a seat to eat in. Popularity speaks for itself.

The Japanese restaurant is cheap with mainly single orders of sushi, nigiri and temaki. They also have various rice and noodle dishes.

We tried their fusion sushi dishes and they were delicious! Even when compared to other fusion sushi stores like Oishii Sushi in Sunnybank, I think it’s just as delicious and it’s cheaper as well!

All the fusion sushi we ordered were really nice, but what stood out the most for me was the Kotobuki Roll, which was sushi with crumbed chicken, cream cheese and avocado and then lightly fried into a sushi tempura!

Other dishes we ordered:

Dragon Roll – avocado, cream cheese, cucumber, grilled eel

Lion King – Crab stick, cucumber, avocado, seared salmon and cheese

Spider Roll – Soft-shell crab, lobster salad, cucumber, tobiko and spicy mayo

Ruby Roll – avocado, cream cheese, fresh tuna and Japanese chilli seasoning

Caterpillar Roll – tuna, cucumber, avocado, tobiko

Kotobuki on Urbanspoon

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