However the revelation was their fusion sushi which is a eight piece, dinner offering. I selected the Spider Roll which contained evenly distibuted soft shell crab, crab meat, cucumber through the center before the staff added fish roe and a spicy sauce. It was amazing, well priced at $9.00 and was quite filling. I can highly recommend braving all the one way streets and making the trip out to East Brisbane.
Rating: 3.5 out of 5.
Address: 53 Lytton Road, East Brisbane, QLD 4169.
Open: Tuesday - Friday: 10am - 9pm. Saturday: 11am - 9pm. Sunday: 12pm - 9pm.
Phone: (07) 3392 2301
Price: Entrees: $3.50 - $5.00, Sushi: From $2.20. Mains $8.00 - 11.00.
Reading this blog is akin to a Vodka fueled evening. Seems completely harmless at first and suddenly you will wake up somewhere unfamiliar, most likely with some kind of delicious pastry or in your kitchen inspired to cook!
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Tucked away in an alley way, behind Fish 53 is Sushi Kotobuki. It's a unassuming shop front with one small counter and an awful misspelt laminated menu which will leave you with a sense of trepidation. However your fears will sooth the moment your sushi arrives. I ordered two dishes and when my Salmon Nigiri arrived, I was delighted to find it was beautifully fresh.
Posted by Eats Food, Hates You at 6:38 PM
Labels: 3.5 stars, Brisbane, Japanese, Restaurant Review
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