My birthday dinner – Japanese

My birthday! Yay, not really that excited cos I am now an old foodie fellow :(. I am not looking forward to my next birthday. However, when it comes to food for my birthday, I am more than happy that my birthday is coming one after another :D. My regular readers know that I crave for Japanese food and my wife knows that too. So, for every birthday dinner, it’s always with endless Japanese small dishes and sushi, sushi and sushi.


Small plates

Chicken Yakitori


Beef and Enoki Mushroom rolls – The delicate taste and smooth texture of the enoki mushrooms were great addition to the already very tender beef roll and can make me chew on for ages.


Mayura Station Score 8 Scotch Beef Sashimi – The best meat I’ve ever had. Not only moist and tender, the meat gave a true melt-in-the-mouth experience. The meat itself was fragrant with slight beefy flavour and a hint of honey on palate. The longer you chew on them, the better you will find the fine texture. {Adelaidefoodies Recommended}


Sushi Board


Black seaweed caviar uramaki with salmon stuffing


Herring caviar uramaki


Uramaki with seasoning


Avocado uramaki with salmon stuffing


Seaweed salad ship


Tamago Nigirizushi with fly fish roe topping


Salmon Nigirizushi and Eel Nigirizushi



9 Comments Add yours

  1. Happy Birthday!!! Your wife is talented! What a Feast! Enjoy! 😀 Fae.

    1. Thanks Fae. I absolutely love Japanese culture and food. Sushi is a must must. LOL

  2. I’m a huge fan of Japanese food too! Was the steak for the sashimi the same steak you got from Feast that you tweet a little while back?

    1. Yes, they r the same. Feast had it in the central market store.

  3. Jessica Huff says:

    Would you mind sharing the recipes for the three small plates? Thanks

    1. No prob. I’ll put them up soon.

  4. Joanne says:

    Is your Birthday the 10th of January too? You are very lucky to have such a feast!

    1. I read about your birthday high tea. It looked yum too. How much was it per person?

  5. James says:

    What a feast! We always enjoyed Japanese fares when dining out. How lucky are you!

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