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Mitsuba Revisited @ Central

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Wasabi Tei, Mitsuba and Manzoku all have one thing in common - Nazi Chef who once helmed the kitchens of the former and was known for thick cut sashimi slices and his single order policy. I could have been curious about Mitsuba previously and had that curiosity satisfied until a single sponsored advertorial on facebook once again piqued the interest - the chirashi bowl.

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What in a bowl that stirred such interest? 17 types of ingredients it seems.

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Jyo Chirashi ($32)

Graphics must have conjured up the image of must try - the angling and of course, edits made this a must try. Available over weekends for lunch and dinner, Jyo Chirashi is the only other choice available next to their buffet course.

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The bowl was regular sized and by means of 17 types included items like lobster salad, flying fish roe, tamago and grilled eel which typically are not the regulars in a chirashi don. Colourfully put together but by no means authentic, this would have been a food fad just for the sake of and I satisfied my curiosity but not the craving for a satisfying rice bowl.

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Great value is missing in this promotion that runs till end September, granted there was an appetizer of marinated jellyfish, miso soup and watermelon. I figure there will be a better bang for the buck at the Japanese establishments.

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Seats are ridiculously hot over weekends particularly for their highly sought after buffets - think 120 dishes and throngs of hungry youngsters.

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Spot the full house sign. 

Mitsuba 
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The Central 

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

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