Wednesday, August 3, 2016

First Homemade Tamago experience at Barashi-Tei

New Japanese Store is opened in Dhoby Ghaut area!
Founder and Chef, Mr Wang Zhen Feng is proud to present Barashi-Tei, his new Japanese restaurant which serves only dishes made with freshest ingredients from Japan. With an able team in the kitchen and a head chef with more than 30 years of experience in Japanese cuisine, this is one Japanese restaurant to take note of.

We started off the Japanese Food Night with an Avocado Salmon Salad($13.80). Creamy goodness from the Avocado gave this salad a pretty interesting texture on my palette.

Sashimi Salad ($13.80)

My favourite Maki of the night is the Spicy Salmon Maki($12.80). Super Shiok with crispy Tempura Prawn and Torched Salmon!

HIGHLIGHT OF THE POST - Homemade Yaki Tamago ($5)
Don't judge it by it's appearance, this the the best $5 you'll ever spend on!
The homemade Tamago Yaki retains the natural eggy yellow, not those overly Yellow type you see outside. and the burnt bits rolled in together makes each piece unique on it's own!

This beautiful little Garden is the Rice Paper Ebi Maki($10.80) from Barashi-Tei. A really good option for the carbs consious friends.

Between the Chirashi Don ($23.00) and the Bara Chirashi Don($13.80), I prefer the latter cos easier to dig in! Haha. All chopped up for my convenience to just dig in after a photo taking session. Hehe. However, I must say that the Chirashi Don have really thick slices of fishes. Worth it la for $23!

I super super love this Kurama Ebi ($7.80). The generous sprinkle of the golden brown fried garlic added so much flavour and texture to this. I can finish it on my own omg! The Wasabi Ebi ($7.80) did not impress, maybe due to the lack of the wasabi kick.

Very shocking dish to be served at a Japanese Restaurant. The Sirloin Steak with Foie Gras ($19.80) was not impressive.

Oyster loving friends, rejoice! Barashi Tei is bringing the grilled oyster to a whole new level, by wrapping them with BACON! Yes ! Charred and oily goodness, the Oyster Bacon Kushi ($3.80) is a delightful snack to go with your Japanese Beer!

Gindara Nabe ($24)

End the day with Japanese Flavoured Ice Cream is at $5 each. Flavours range from Matcha to Black Sesame and Yuzu and more! Check out their dessert menu la! 

Overall I had a great time at Barashi Tei.
Please visit them to try out the TAMAGO and the Kurama Prawn and the Spicy Salmon Maki!

Barashi-Tei
266 Middle Road
Singapore 188991
Tel: 6837 0506

Operating Hours:
1100 - 1500, 1800 - 0400
(Yes, they are open till 4 AM!!!)


With Love, M

Nuffnang