The season to be jolly is around the corner again. Thought of where to celebrate yet? If not, spend this festive season with a Festive Feast at Kotobuki!
Kotobuki offers a Festive Feast for 3-4 pax priced at S$82 (worth $138) valid from now till January 2017. The feast includes: Kotobuki’s Premium Mosaic Art Sushi, Tempura Mix Platter (contains prawns) and Deluxe Sashimi Premium Platter. The Mosaic Art Sushi contains 8 different flavours: Unagi (Eel) topped with Egg, Shrimp topped with Tobiko (Flying Fish Roe), Maguro (Tuna) topped with Wasabi, Tamago (Japanese Rolled Omelette) topped with Ikura (Salmon Roe), Japanese Cucumber topped with Chrysanthemum Petals, Hamachi (Yellowtail) topped with Oba Leaf (Perilla Leaf), Salmon topped with Lemon and Ika (Squid) topped with Sakura Flower. There are 2 pieces of each flavour with a total of 16 pieces on the this platter.
The Deluxe Sashimi Premium Platter consists of Salmon, Tuna, Yellowtail and Sweet Shrimp sashimi. The seafood used for both the Sushi Platter and Sashimi Platter were super fresh and refreshing! The tempura platter consist of a variety of ingredients that is coated in a savoury batter. This set is definitely suitable for people who loves Japanese food! The sake provided also goes well with the dishes. One bit of the sashimi and a sip of the sparkling sake really went well together.
Kotobuki recommends you to reserve the Festive Feast. Else, the waiting time will be pretty long as the preparation time, especially for the Mosaic Sushi, takes quite a while. Making a reservation also gives you a free bottle of sake. You can choose from Green Apple or Yuzu flavoured sparkling sake.
We also tried their Kaisen Set which consist of three side dishes ($18). They offer a range of Kaisen Sets, but the set we ordered has Shirasu Oroshi (White Raddish with Japanese Silver Fish), Maguro Yamakake (Tuna topped with Japanese Yam) and Katsuo Tataki (Bonito Fish with Japanese Vinegar). Shirasu Oroshi is high in calcium and eat it by simply dipping it into soy sauce. All of these dishes are healthy as they have no oil. Some Kaisen Sets goes well with alcohol as it acts as a side dishes while drinking.
Last but not least, we had their Sliced Beef Sukiyaki ($25). It was sweet and savoury at the same time. The sliced beef was tender and all the vegetables in the hotpot added a nice sweetness to the dish. The Asari Nabe (Japanese Clams, Radish and Mizuna in Dashi Stock) is recommended if you’re looking for a dish to go with your sake or beer.
Kotobuki has two types of seating. There is normal seating and private room seatings. The dim lightings and traditional Japanese display may even trick you into believing that you are actually in Japan!
So reserve a Festive Feast today at Kotobuki to enjoy a Japanese style Christmas!
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