Sister and I met up for lunch nearby her workplace on my last day in Shanghai before I fly back to Brunei. I had wanted to go Ajisen Ramen as I was craving for their ramen.
I thought I remembered seeing Ajisen Ramen on the basement floor of Raffles City but it turned out that there was none. And the nearest Ajisen Ramen from Raffles City is probably the one at New World City Plaza. I am lazy to walk back to New World City Plaza so Sister suggested that we go to a Japanese restaurant located behind Raffles City.
禾绿回转寿司 is located in a office building with an outlet of Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf on the Ground Floor. There was no other patron at the time when we arrived 禾绿回转寿司 as it was way past lunch hour. We had our lunch at around 2:30p.m. in the afternoon as Sister had a meeting and it only ended around that time. 禾绿回转寿司 was having sushi promotion at that time whereby you can get selected sushi for half price only.
I don’t know what these were called but they were good. The original price per plate for this was RMB16 but we got it for RMB8 per plate as they were doing half price promotion. The salmon were thinly sliced and slightly grilled. Topped with a sauce and fried onion? I am not sure if it was fried onion or garlic. But it should be either one of them.
菌菇鸡肉粥 | RMB19
This was one cheap bowl of chicken porridge! Sister ordered this for lunch as she is not much of a heavy eater during lunch. I don’t like porridge much as it makes me wanna go to the washroom very often and it doesn’t fill my tummy well. I get hungry easily after eating porridge. I don’t even like to eat porridge when I am sick, only when I am having toothache. LOL!
But honestly speaking, this bowl of 菌菇鸡肉粥 which Sister had the other day was good. The texture was extremely smooth and seasoning was perfect! And the portion can feed at least 2 persons.
猪扒蛋饭 | RMB46
This was what I had for lunch the other day. It came with condiments of miso soup, chawan mushi, preserved kimchi and green salad. The pork cutlets were breaded and deep fried. They were deep fried perfectly as the pork cutlets weren’t hard and dry.
Miso soup was flavored perfectly as well. I hate it when miso soup tastes salty. Chawan mushi was good too, texture was extremely smooth! The preserved kimchi however was spicy. I did not try the preserved kimchi. Sister did and she said it was too spicy.