The family and I had dinner at Kaizen Sushi Waterfront yesterday evening as an advanced celebration of parents’ birthdays. We intended to go Chempaka Kitchen as parents liked local Chinese cuisine more than any other cuisine. Dad particularly likes the food there as it tasted more like home cooked food. But unfortunately, Chempaka Kitchen is closed until 3rd January 2016.
So, we settled with Kaizen Sushi Waterfront in the end as Sister had been asking for Kaizen Sushi. Thought parents might not want to go Kaizen Sushi as Mom ain’t a huge fan of Japanese cuisine. Surprisingly, she agreed. Probably because Sister begged for it. LOL! *just kidding*
We had quite a feast yesterday. It has been a long time since I had so much food just for dinner. Well, I still control my food intake. I think I had gained 1.5 kilos in within one week time since Sister came home from Shanghai. Gosh! I wonder how am I going to keep up with my weight during Chinese New Year in Bangkok.
Spicy Maguro Temaki (Sake) | B$3.60
My all time favorite hand roll from Kaizen Sushi. You could choose in between salmon or tuna. I chose the former. I always prefer salmon over tuna when it comes to raw but tuna for cooked.
Satsumaimo Tempura | B$4.50
Had wanted to order Moriawase Tempura but went ahead with this instead. Super love the soft and sweet Japanese Sweet Potatoes. Mom did not like it as much as I did though as she find the batter too thick.
Makonochi Bento | B$15.30
For Dad. Came with a super generous portion of Vegetable Tempura, Ebi Tempura, Sake Sashimi and Grilled Eel with rice. Did not try the Grilled Eel but Sister said it was good. The Grilled Eel was cooked to perfection. Soft and smooth, which practically melt on your tongue.
Chawan Mushi | B$2.70
This was Sister’s. She ordered this as she had just undergone a surgery on her wisdom tooth. So, soft food like Chawan Mushi is the best food for her.
Sashimi (Sake) | B$12.60
Thick slices of sashimi but not juicy and fattening enough as these weren’t the salmon belly. But still good enough though but I think it was better previously.
Agedashi Tofu | B$4.50
I think the Agedashi Tofu kinda shrunk in size. I think it used to be bigger in size than these. Soft and smooth, hence they broke apart when picking them up with a pair of chopsticks.
Softshell Furaidon | B$6.30
Deep fried soft shell crab in breadcrumbs for Mom. I did not have a lot of this but only a small piece of the shell. It was actually quite good but not something which I would want to order for myself next time.
Combi Set B | B$18
Ordered a set of these which was good for 2 to 3 persons. I liked the Salmon Maki but didn’t get to try the Unagi Sushi though.
This sums up my dinner at Kaizen Sushi Waterfront yesterday evening. I did not have much as I felt quite full halfway through dinner. Looks like my appetite shrunk in size along with my body size. But I had quite a few pieces of the Satsumaimo Tempura though. LOL!
Kaizen Sushi Waterfront
Block G, First Floor,
Yayasan Complex, Jalan Pretty,
Bandar Seri Begawan,
Negara Brunei Darussalam