The Dirty Stall

Sinful Saturday at Kazu

Posted on: December 28, 2009

As the title says, this was Sinful Saturday at Kazu. We ate so much fatty grilled food that I don’t even want to think about it.

I didn’t really bother to take many photos of all the various kinds of food that I ordered since it’s all going to look the same – dark brown.

So these are just some of the selected shots that weren’t so brown.

Hotate cheese with enoki. My favourite dish of all, I always order it ASAP because a lot of people will also order it and then it will be out of stock and I will be sad.

It’s basically scallops mixed with enoki mushrooms and then covered with a delicious layer of grilled cheese.

Wagyu wrapped enoki – yum yum, nothing better than grilled thin wagyu wrapping the juicy enoki mushrooms. There’s a nice texture playoff in the crispy wagyu and the soft juiciness of the mushrooms.

Garlic rice with tsukune. I like the taste of Kazu’s tsukune, there’s something special and unique about the taste.

Hotate kai. Nice chunky juicy salt-grilled scallops πŸ˜€

Ebi & hotate wrapped in bacon and shishamo at the end. Damn tasty, the prawns were so fresh and crunchy!

Mr. Prawn, as the waitress called him. Actually it is a kuruma ebi, and they salt grilled it until the shell is so crispy that I could eat it also.

Second round of hotate cheese. It was too irresistable!

For the adventurous, try duck tongue.

Damage at the end of dinner.

Feel the heat?


2 Responses to "Sinful Saturday at Kazu"

but Hotate cheese ftw!

Hahaha yes my wallet is really pinched! But it was so worth it man, I still want to eat more hotate cheese!! πŸ˜€

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