Kyoaji means “Taste of Kyoto”. Kyoto itself is a Japan's former capital city and seat of the Imperial Court over a thousand years. Kyoaji Dining drew inspirations from the rich culinary tradition in Kyoto and combine it with different cooking styles and ingredients from around the world.
Heading the restaurant is Executive Chef John Phua and his team. The same group of people that we have seen with during the Fukuichi days.
We started with Kani Tofu ($6). A smooth looking round tofu that reminds you of burrata cheese. The tofu is smooth, topped with pungent century egg sauce. Hidden inside the mild-looking tofu is none other than spicy crab stick. A good starter with a mini surprise inside.
Sashimi Moriawase (Jyo - $88). It is a premium assorted sashimi, which include Hotate Gai (Scallop), Maguro Otoro (Tuna Belly), Shake Harasu (Salmon Belly), Mekajiki (Swordfish), Aji (Horse Makararel), and Ama-ebi (Sweet Prawn).
|Sashimi Moriawase Jyo|