Recent posts

Tomi Sushi @ Katong V

12:00 PM 0 Comments

Tomi Sushi for lunch one day just because all of us wanted Japanese and check out an un-ventured place around the hood - Tomi Sushi it was! I've long heard about it since its Novena days.
  DSC_9088


These tuna belly sushi were on 50% off but like the discount, the quality was also compromised with less than stellar knifework and average tuna belly. Truly you get what you pay for, huh.

DSC_9099

Kaki Fried ($15)

These fried oysters were yummy! The batter was just right actually and the oysters were perfectly cooked.

DSC_9098

Katsudon

Simple yet good, these breaded filets were excellent. I liked the ratio of batter to meat here.

DSC_9091

Chirashi Set ($25)

Once again not the freshest catch but for the price, no big complaints.


DSC_9092

Hiyashi Kakiage Udon ($15)

Udon with tempura turned out to be really good - and it does seem that the cheaper courses are tastier actually. Chewy cold udon noodles with an onion shrimp tempura. So simple but really substantial and filling!

DSC_9094

Who'd think that onions and baby shrimp would be this delicious together?

DSC_9096

These probably are not made in house but man, are they delicious. Chilled and chewy, delicious!

It is surprising how the cheaper items are more outstanding at Tomi Sushi - maybe it could have been our choices but I would return for the oysters and udon.

Tomi Sushi
Katong V, #02-14

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

0 burps: