Shira Nui – Round 2

I/We haven’t had sushi for a long time, sometime last year I’m guessing, and finally decided to just say stuff it, it can’t hurt, and went back to our local amazing (and amazingly expensive) sushi bar, Shira Nui for some delectable delights. Despite our best efforts I think that Shira Nui remains undefeated (I’m just going with it, I don’t know what it actually means), I think there were five dishes the same as last time, and some new ones, including the delectable tuna belly. I even ate the pink ginger like a pro, and also appreciated the sea urchin a bit more this time, the texture is very much like custard which I’m starting to come around to as well. We even ordered a creme brulee for dessert which was very nicely done, much better than the mango parfait we had last time (I think it was a special dessert, not regular). Since we’ve broken the ice on the sushi, there will almost certainly be more to come in this regard (I’ve definitely got a few places I want to try) :D. You might notice that we even sneaked a photo of the man himself (albeit blurry, we didn’t want to anger him after all), although I did see him crack a couple smiles during the evening.

  • Cod (no soy sauce)
    Cod (no soy sauce)
  • Seared Salmon (No soy sauce)
    Seared Salmon (No soy sauce)
  • Mackerel (Soy sauce)
    Mackerel (Soy sauce)
  • Masters at work
    Masters at work
  • Clam (Soy sauce)
    Clam (Soy sauce)
  • Tuna Steak (No soy sauce)
    Tuna Steak (No soy sauce)
  • Miso Cod Belly (No soy sauce)
    Miso Cod Belly (No soy sauce)
  • Kingfish Belly (No soy sauce)
    Kingfish Belly (No soy sauce)
  • Cheesy Oyster (No soy sauce)
    Cheesy Oyster (No soy sauce)
  • Sea Urchin (Soy sauce)
    Sea Urchin (Soy sauce)
  • Tuna Belly (Soy sauce)
    Tuna Belly (Soy sauce)
  • Green Tea Creme Brulee
    Green Tea Creme Brulee

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