Lorna invited me for lunch. We decided to go somewhere near her neighbourhood.
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.
A great idea in promoting the company name in the table setting.
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.
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.
Chili powder is served in a cute little bowl.
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.
The multi-course meal include sunomono, grilled fish, deep fried taro ball, simmered dish, sashimi, prawn and clam in broth and sushi.
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.
Lorna, thank you for a wonderful meal.