My all time favorite Japanese restaurant was Genki Tei in the Hague. I’m not completely sure which one is the winner but this one is just awesome. Oh and they have two Japanese chefs, most Japanese restaurants here have Chinese chefs.
On to the photo’s! Forgive me, some are blurry and when there is food you have to be quick with taking pics :p.
I had the Tuna avocado salad. It has little bitesize pieces of raw tuna, avocado, fine strands of carrot and daikon radish, a spicy wasabi/mayo dressing topped with a bit of spring onion and Katsuobushi (dried bonito shavings). This dish was absolutely gorgeous. If I had to fault it, it could do with a bit less wasabi.
Our friend had Tuna Tataki. Pan seared tuna, raw in the middle with a spicy dressing.
He also had HALF a serving of Tori no teriyaki, crispy chicken with teriyaki sauce and the BF had miso soup as a starter. Sorry no pics!
Peter had the rainbow roll. Prawns and avocado on the inside, salmon, tuna and some white fish on the outside. This one had more flavor than the dragon roll (duh) and was very good. No idea what the white fish was, doesn’t say on the menu either.
We didn’t plan on having desert as we had some custard Berliners waiting for us in the fridge back at Peter’s. But we felt we had to try as much as we could.
Stefan had the most “spectacular” desert. Sushi icecream :). A strawberry nigiri, sponge cake rolls and chocolate dipping sauce. Strawberry, icecream and nori wasn’t a very nice combo. But it did look cute! I wasn’t very fond of the chocolate sauce, tasted a bit weird.
3 courses for 3 people added up to about 115 euros with drinks. Not too bad and the food, especially starters and mains were ABFAB.