Another week, another lunch - this time Japanese with some of the girls from the office.
We were in the mood for something a bit more exciting than Itsu or Wasabi, so we headed to Kurumaya on Watling Street for some upmarket Japanese cuisine. The basement restaurant has a very comprehensive menu - offering everything from enormous 8-person sushi platters to bento boxes, teppanyaki and assorted noodle dishes - and the fact that you have to take your shoes off adds to the authenticity of the Japanese dining experience!
Mixed seafood teppanyaki (with fish, squid, prawns, and stir-fried vegetables). Small, but delicious nonetheless!
In addition to the beautiful sushi set and the tempura udon soup pictured in this post, my group also enjoyed chicken katsu curry, a set of temaki hand-rolls, and a plate of sashimi (I didn't want to have to lean over everyone to get photos, so no pictures unfortunately!). Everything was reported to be delicious, and there was not a speck left on any of our plates at the end of the meal.
Tempura udon soup