Tuesday, 31 March 2009


Another stall from the darkness of 303 Pitt Asian food court. This time it’s Japanese at Momiji tucked away in the corner. The offerings behind the heating cabinet don’t look overly appealing, but then again I’m turned off by groups of fried food. However, the katsu curry’s crumbed chicken isn’t too bad, though the curry itself is heavy with the potato and starch and doesn’t compare to the Ramen-Kans or Ryos. Chicken hiyashi, chopped chicken crumbed cutlet topped on cold noodles with a slightly vinegar sesame based dressing feels more of a summer kind of dish but was left a bit heavy after. Difficult to return since Ichi Ban is a street crossing away.

2 / 5 yums!
Where? Basement 303 Pitt St, Sydney, NSW
What? Under $10

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