Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Tetsujin, CBD MELB

Rumour has it that a new Japanese restaurant has opened its doors in the Emporium mall and being someone who frequents that mall every so often, it gave me a good excuse to have a little peep at what's happening upstairs.

Opened throughout the day and relying solely on the self-ordering Ipad conveniently located at every table, this sushi train concept restaurant is definitely keeping up with modern technology. If sushi is not your thing, they do have a barbeque section next to the train.

Just about every plate costs $3.30, with the exception of udons, rice bowls, sashimi and a selective few. Not sure how long is this offer going on for but hey, not complaining whatsoever;)

Soft shell crab roll ~ neatly wrapped although would have preferred the soft shell crab to give a bit more oomph with every bite.

Sashimi platter ~ fresh and neatly sliced

Scallop nigiri ~

Salmon nigiri ~ again, fresh and neatly presented.

Aburi salmon ~

Overall, the service here is attentive and efficient although I personally felt as though the food could do with some improvements. Not an area where I can exactly put a finger on but perhaps the quality of the ingredients could do better? No tummy ache issues but probably could do with a bit more oomph, maybe? What do you think?

Tetsujin Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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