Kiriri Japanese Cuisine & Sushi Bar, Garden City Road


Lorna invited me for lunch. We decided to go somewhere near her neighbourhood.

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We went to Kiriri Japanese Cuisine & Sushi Bar on Garden City Road. We had attempted to dine here a while ago but it was closed at that time.

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A great idea in promoting the company name in the table setting.

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We ordered two items to share. The first item was the Chicken Teriyaki Combo for $12.50. This combo include miso soup, kobachi, udon, agedashi tofu, green salad and two pieces of sushi. Kobachi literally means small bowl of appetizers like banchan in Korean cuisine; in this case it’s the bean sprout with carrot and cucumber.

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You can click on the images above to have a larger view. We love the variety of items in the combo as we can sample a lot of food.

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Chili powder is served in a cute little bowl.

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The next item which we shared is the $23 Kaiseki multi-course meal. Lorna loves the various shapes plates and bowls used to serve this meal.

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The multi-course meal include sunomono, grilled fish, deep fried taro ball, simmered dish, sashimi, prawn and clam in broth and sushi.

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The last item in the kaiseki is creme brule with fresh fruit. The creme brule was creamy. I wished there is more creme brule as it’s just a thin layer of it.

Green tea was served with the dessert.

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Lorna, thank you for a wonderful meal.

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