Sushi Story

After 7ish months of rolling and molding homemade sushi, dining in at a proper restaurant is without a doubt a much-welcomed change. So last week, we dined at the nearby Hei Sushi (the first halal Japanese sushi restaurant) outlet and as sure as the sun will rise, we went crazy.

The girls instantaneously turned into sushi eating machines (if there’s such a thing?),
gleefully munching through the various makizushi and nigirizushi from the sushi belt.

Many choices from the sushi belt
Many choices from the sushi belt
  


From the a la carte menu, we ordered fried soft tofu, fried soft shell crabs and white clams in brothThe refreshing Asari hot plate was the highlight for me. Simple ingredients made to taste like the ocean…ahh I could have died and went to sushi heaven!

Asari hotplate; white clams in broth
Asari hotplate; white clams in ginger broth

Fried soft shell crabs
Fried soft shell crabs
  

Revenge of the coloured plates
Revenge of the coloured plates
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