Saturday, April 06, 2019

Keria Japanese Restaurant : shīfūdo to yasai?

Keria Japanese Restaurant, Cuppage Plaza

Eating at Keria is generally pricey. But we've always walked out of the place satisfied.

Keria Japanese Restaurant, sashimi

While this might have looked like a sashimi moriawase, it wasn't. Or maybe it could have been. The part that might have been were the kanpachi which was delicious, hotate which were nice-but-we've-had-better and the tai which I really liked. Moriawase-ish I suppose. Those shime saba and those Hokkaido oysters were separate orders. It did look prettier served together.

Keria Japanese Restaurant, ebi tempura

The sashimi were followed by freshly fried ebi tempura.

Keria Japanese Restaurant, uni ikura don

And then a mini uni and ikura don. These two never gets old.

Keria Japanese Restaurant, mentaiko cabbage

Our regular order of the mentaiko cabbage which was umami brininess from the roe paired with the sweetness of the vegetable kissed by a light smokiness. The texture was tender with a soft crunchiness.

Keria Japanese Restaurant, hokkaido oysters

We liked those Hokkaido oysters enough that we got seconds. Fat oysters which were a mouthful and superb with the ponzu.

Keria Japanese Restaurant, Cuppage Plaza

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