It's not easy getting a reservation so do call ahead at least a week or two in advance.
All in all, the food quality standard is there and definitely worth the money spent, not to mention the creativity and efforts put in by the kitchen staff.
For the good value of the omakase, yes. While the seat is not very comfortable, the overall experience is still quite positive for me and I hope to be back again.
There were two specials today, one of which featured crab and uni. But it was the second one that sounded more interesting to me, as it featured not just scallop sashimi as well as those sauteed scallops on the left.
It sounds like a lot of food but by the end of the meal, we were comfortably full and on a post-sushi high.
We find the differentiation of spiciness in the 3 level at Fujiyama Dragon Curry House to be extremely marginal. The difference is mainly in the sweetness which was absent in the spicy option. The rest is very much depending on your preference for the toppings.
The curry was little savoury and a little sweet, filled with minced pork and topped an onsen tamago. In the end, the chilli powder helped a little.
The highlight to me was really the pouring of the “Paitan Soup” over some leftover curry, turning the leftover rice into a comforting, watery porridge of sort. Actually, the soup was already tasty on its own.
Frills are minimal and the fish were carefully portioned.