It definitely sounds Japanese, but is far from it. Sure they sell the very Japanese sushi rolls and sashimi boxes but the noodles and rice tend to be more Malaysian. Which explains the small army of Chinese chefs in the exposed kitchen clunking away woks over high heat frying up kuay teow and Singapore fried noodles. And given the demographic of the cooking crew, it would have been wise to stick to their homeland specialties. The Oyako-Don is more like a cubed chicken omelette, the mixed egg very salty binding together uncooked chopped spring onions, onions and garlic. It’s not pleasant. To be fair, the other stuff deserves a chance, but this version of the parent and child rice bowl is something I won’t go back for.
0.5 / 5 yums!
Where? 2/377 Little Collins St, Melbourne, VIC
What? Under $10