It Just Has To Be Delicious

I was very keen to try out this new sushi bar in Mount Lawley – everybody seems to be talking about it. I am still lamenting the management change that happened to Yuzu just around the corner – and since the ‘old’ Yuzu went, I have missed good quality, exciting, consistent sushi.

 

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The reservation was quite difficult – the staff did not seem to understand me, but I managed to make a reservation eventually – good job that I did because it is a very small place. It is not really a place to linger – very canteen style, and they serve you quickly to maintain a good turnover of customers. You can invent your own sushi, but I decided to choose from the menu.

Kara-age chicken

Kara-age chicken

Tuna and avocado roll

Tuna and avocado roll

Spider roll with soft shell crab

Spider roll with soft shell crab

The portions were generous, and I found them difficult to eat. I like my sushi portions to be a mouthful – if I have to bite into them they invariably fall apart and make a mess on the plate.

I liked the variety too – it annoys me when sushi bars serve mainly salmon and cooked tuna.

The sushi was nice, but nothing outstanding, and certainly not good enough to have me trekking back to Mount Lawley on a regular basis like Yuzu used to.

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Comments on: "Mr Munchies Sushi Mount Lawley" (1)

  1. YUZU used to be sooooo good, now I don’t even bother! Tan PoPo is cheap but difficult, Hanami is expensive but great. MR MUNCHIES is FANTASTIC!

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