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燒白鱔 燒羊架 燒鴨舌 燒鵝肝 燒蠔
食評 (15)
等級2 2010-05-12
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雖然店子小小, 但坐位安排並不覺得擠。燈光暗暗的, 整體環境乾淨舒適。燒製食物就在眼前, 但一點的油煙味都沒有喎!兩個人, 一坐下侍應生便拿了新鮮的雜菜給我們! 雜菜包括青瓜條, 紅蘿蔔條及菜, 點了醬汁伴著吃, 好味! 我們點了燒大蝦, 鯖魚, 大鱔, 魷魚鬚, 茄子, 牛舌, 免治雞肉棒, 日式年糕再加一個白飯及可樂。餐廳內所有的串燒類別都必需order最少兩串, 我們order的除了鯖魚以外, 全部都要兩串起。因為我們得兩人, 甚麼都兩串兩串的, 沒機會試太多不同款式的串燒。下次都是起碼四個人一起來才好! 燒牛舌實在是超級美味! 而其他的就不過不失。本來非常期待那個免治雞肉棒會有生雞蛋伴著, 但最後雞肉棒都只是單拖上陣。吃著吃著突然驚覺是否點菜失誤, 應該多點肉類少點海鮮呢? 肉類燒起來都很香, 海鮮郤不會因為燒而特別鮮甜美味, 但因為甚麼都打孖上, 已沒能力encore了! 最後上枱的鯖魚, 比我整個手掌還要大, 對於我們喜歡試很多不同種類的貪心鬼來說, 當晚點這個真是最大的錯誤!埋單時才六百多, 頓時覺得好扺喎!! 如果有朋友問我這家好不好, 我都會說不錯。但心底都是喜歡燒鳥亭多一點! 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)
等級4 2010-03-30
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一間坐得非常舒服的燒肉店.肉類質素很好(尤其羊架),唯價錢偏貴.其他食物印象中都幾新鮮.服務Very Good. 女店員非常細心,去過3-4 次(隔3-4星期一次),已經能夠說”你上次飲哩隻Sake,不如今次試另一隻?’Modernistic 裝修,冇乜油煙味.靜靜地.適合飲o野傾計 繼續閱讀
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等級2 2009-09-07
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已經唔係第一次黎食架喇, 無黎一排星期五咁啱有朋友黎跑馬地探我同對仔, 就同呢個好姐妹一齊去食番餐啦...點知我老公星期日有個日本朋友仔黎香港, 咁我地又同距黎呢度...隔日食一次都算利害 ~ 我好鍾意呢度個格局同裝修, 地方一D都唔大但好cozy, 最啱三五知己一齊食下野傾計...咁當然, D 野食嘅質素都緊要 !食日本串燒都離不開雞亦, 雞腎, 牛舌, 羊架呢D款式, 但好唔好食就真係好梯師傅嘅手勢同經驗, 我地仲有食鴨舌, 雞乾, 安格思牛, D火喉啱啱好, 好好肉汁 ! 不得不介紹係距嘅醬汁燒蠔...嘩, 好味到真係你要自己去試下先明我講嗰種食後覺得好滿足嘅感覺 ~~不嬲服務我地個女仔又好咼, 唔會係咁叫我地食D貴野, 你問距距先推介...價錢當然有番咁上下貴, 但好多時貴得黎係唔好食架嘛, 呢度食完埋單你覺得都值啊 !!! 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2009-09-03
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Came at midnight and lo and behold, food at reduced price. Starting at $10 for Gingko nuts, mushrooms, eggplants, zucchinis etc, moving on to all sorts of chicken skewers and 多春鱼 at $12, and some pricier items at $16 and $20.The decor was simple but clean and cozy. Tables were spaced apart and not too cramped. Only setback was that a bunch of noisy women were at the little alcove at the back and screeching like hyenas. Ladies, tone it down. Not smokey, very well ventilated, air con appropriately adjusted when we first walked in from a hot summer's night, but after a while it became a tad warm with the food and tea.The special brown sauce was indeed quite special. It wasn't too salty, but with just a strong enough flavour for meat items. It also has bits of onion in it, so the texture was fun too. The appetiser was a crisp, cold glass of fresh cucumber and carrot sticks with cabbage leaves, which we unceremoniously dipped into the brown sauce as well. Tea was refilled dutifully, and various lychee/apple soda was on offer. Food was all done really well. Evenly cooked, charred where appropriate, and the ingredients were fresh, as evidenced by the vegetarian skewers we had. The lamb was tender with quite a bit of fat to keep it succulent. My favourite was the 年糕 wrapped in a piece of seaweed, which was unbelievably chewy, just fab. Special mention is the zucchini - it looks as if there is a thin film of cheese on it, and it almost tasted richer than one would expect from a vegetable, but we decided that it was just some special way of cooking it to give it that slightly meaty texture. Was soo good. 繼續閱讀
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等級2 2009-08-21
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I just returned from Japan a few days ago, so deciding on a Yakitori restaurant must have struck my friend as strange. I guess I wanted to retain the sense of Japan for as long as possible, but it also meant that this restaurant would have a lot to live up to! A big negative - but most yakitori restaurants in Hong Kong have the same problem - is that there was no draft beer. Canned beer is usually fine, but when you need to wash down savory and grilled meat with some form of liquid, nothing (and I mean nothing), beats the draft beer. Anyways, their selection of Kirin, Sapporo and Yebisu is adequate, but their prices were a little on the high side (for a small can).The setting was simple, and for a yakitori restaurant was impressively clean. There wasn't any toxic fumes emanating from the grill, and while the atmosphere was lively, we were able to use our normal talking voices when conversing. We ordered a lot of different types of meat. Note: similar to most yakitori restaurants in Hong Kong, they have a policy of requiring customers to order a minimum of two sticks per dish - with some expections - so note that the price on the menu will be doubled. Although that said, the prices were decent, they were not overly pricey. There was a lot to choose from, and since we were starving, we went through probably a third of the menu! Noteworthy dishes were the Chicken Wings (手羽), the grilled rice balls with spicy roe (明太子の焼きおにぎり), quail eggs (鹑蛋) and both types of eel (salted freshwater and teriyaki sea). The one dish that I felt stood above the rest was the grilled pork neck (豬肉頸). It was seasoned with just the right amount of salt, had a great proportion of fat/meat which gave it a beautiful chewy texture. That night, the service was fantastic. The servers were attentive but not overbearing, and they got our orders all right. The food came at a comfortable pace, giving us ample time to savour the food and beer, and even have a conversation. Tea was refilled regularly and inconspiciously, and they were patient with our ordering. All in all, some of the best service I've had in awhile - and that means something since I've been in Japan for the last 2 weeks!Some dishes, though, did not live up to expectations. The chicken with scallions (ねぎまき) was overcooked and too salty. The usually fail-proof combination of tomato and bacon was inexplicably underwhelming. The portion of bacon was stingy and under-seasoned, while the tomato didn't taste fresh. Aside from these, however, I would say that in general, the quality of dishes were very solid, and offered a great price for value. The total came out to a little over 300ish per person, but judging by the volume of food and drinks that we inhaled, I can't say that the price was outlandish by any standards. I recommend this place for people who have an affinity for grilled meat, and are looking for a yakitori place without intoxicating fumes, with decent prices and great service. 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)