While my parents have their own lunch set, me ordered a Seiro lunch set.
Somehow, I feel that Mini Kaiseki has more stuff compare to mine!! Besides, Japanese-knows how many types of fishes they served during the course as I could only identify a few; typically Salmon, Tuna and Unagi. And yes, they were really fresh. According to somewhere (again), the best way to identify the fresh-ness of the fish is by the smell of it.
All in all, this would probably be one of the good Japanese restaurants you get; setting aside from those in hotels. Their operating hours are from 12.00pm to 2.30pm for lunch and 6.30pm till 10.30pm for dinner. They are closed for business on Sundays (bummer!!).
My mum was happy whilst my dad kept comparing with others (as usual). I’m alright with it but my wallet was …………… Oh well, eat first, worry later…
Note : This will be the start of sudden surge of birthday occasions in coming months. My wallet is abandoning me. Damn!!