Sunday, August 16, 2015

The mirin saba set and a bowl of oden from Nakajima Suisan

Nakajima Suisan, mirin saba teishoku

Nakajima Suisan, mirin saba

Nakajima Suisan, oden

I rather liked this fish. It was a little sweet and didn't have much bones. Even though almost every neighbouring table had a saba shioyaki which looked a lot bigger and much more moist. I was just wondering if there was any reason why this mirin glazed fish was smaller.

Their oden was pedestrian. Not that it was bad nor were we having great expectations, but there was nothing in particular I would look forward to so I guess it's a first and a last.

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