Tried this place out as a quick takeaway since I had work
and I wanted to treat myself to something better
took away the lunch set
view of the whole set
salad with sesame sauce
close up of the main
Verdict: 1/1 will return definitely!
1. This place was very different from the usual Japanese joints only because the style of cooking seemed to some extent quite home cooked
2. I ordered the most popular lunch set as recommended by the waitress, and it was really good! The chicken (ok can’t really go wrong with fried chicken) but quite a different take to the usual oyakudon ( chicken with egg on rice) with a fried twist. I like the “done-ness” of the egg yolk.
3. For a set it is quite extensive -> I couldn’t finish the whole set. Waiting time is just 20 mins..
77 Boat Quay
How could we be in Australia and not have a decent brunch/ eggs benedict??
Partly because brother and I were leaving back to Singapore first, we siblings decided to spend some time together, and bonded over brunch – just like in Singapore.
Manhattan Super: Bacon, Eggs, Chipolatas, mushrooms, hash brown and baked beans
Eggs Florentine: Poached eggs, has brown, spinach, mushrooms hollandaise sauce on english muffins
Manhattan’s on Hay
230 Hay St
Perth 6000 WA
We have finally more or less settled all the errands that my lil sister has to do.. and then we decided to check out this place, as noted in brother’s list of places that we should go to.
I must say I am impressed by the decorations!
From the outside
Slow cooked lamb rump fillet, borlotti beans, marrow and feta
Prawn and Shitake Omelette
Ocean Trout, Shinji & enoki mushrooms, dashi
Chicken and Wild Mushroom Pastie
red curry, beef shin, eggplant baby corn and thai basil
Being here made me feel like saving the earth and use recycled materials on a more consistant basis.
But i thought food was something different from the normal 🙂
100 St. Georges Terrace
Perth WA 6000