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I haven't caught up with F in a while, so the two of us head to Ozone on Wednesday for their Wacky Maki Wednesday menu, which offers unlimited maki rolls at $480 per person. The macki rolls are created by Brazilian-born chef Rafael Gil, and are inspired by signature ingredients from different cities around the world. Thanks to a sizeable Japanese population in Brazil, Japanese food is very popular there and the Brazilians have come up with their own version of Brazilian-inspired sushi, maki and
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I haven't caught up with F in a while, so the two of us head to Ozone on Wednesday for their Wacky Maki Wednesday menu, which offers unlimited maki rolls at $480 per person. The macki rolls are created by Brazilian-born chef Rafael Gil, and are inspired by signature ingredients from different cities around the world.
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Thanks to a sizeable Japanese population in Brazil, Japanese food is very popular there and the Brazilians have come up with their own version of Brazilian-inspired sushi, maki and handrolls. These maki rolls at Ozone are not typical Japanese maki rolls, but are fun, exotic and quirky - find out for yourself whether you like these new, inspiring flavours!

(1) We start off with the New York maki, with black truffle scallop, apple and bacon. The black truffle taste is perceptible and the bacon adds a nice crunch. We like the New York maki so much that we end up ordering 4 plates of these!
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(2) The Hong Kong maki is appetising, with deep fried soft shell crab and a sweet and sour dressing.
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(3) We enjoy the Tokyo maki, which is simple and tasty with tempura prawn and a sesame mayo sauce.
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(4) The Oslo maki, which is samlon maki covered in generous layer of gouda melted cheese, is delicious and satisfying!
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(5) For something lighter, you can order the Hokkaido maki, with scallops, red tuna, avocado and ikura. The sweet strawberry dipping sauce is a nice touch.  
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(6) Lastly, the Bahia maki is served. If you like king prawns, this is the maki for you. The moqueca sauce is rich and flavourful, and complements the king prawns very well.
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