Misaki, in Padbury, is popping out excellent high quality Japanese meals for the Northern suburbs. The charming eating room is ethereal and lightweight, with engaging furnishings. The welcoming and pleasant waiters add to its attract.
The menu covers the gamut of what you’d anticipate in a Japanese restaurant in Perth – with sushi, sashimi, ramen, teriyaki, units and far more – and the costs characterize good worth, too.
Starting with a few entrées – the primary, salmon sushi – rice cooked to retain slightly al dente chew, the salmon succulent and juicy.
Grilled mackerel was notably pleasurable – merely grilled it had an exquisite oily texture and got here with a cheek of lemon to squeeze over.
Miso soup is a standby of all Japanese eating locations and this was smoky and salty and earthy – spot on.
Chicken katsu curry, the primary of the mains, introduced crisply fried breadcrumbed hen, moist and tender in a curry sauce – Japanese curry has a specific flavour and aroma a world away from Indian or Thai or Malay –thicker and with a contact of sweetness – and this one was on level – savoury, fragrant and creamy.
One of their hottest units was subsequent – goyza dumplings with spicy Tonkotsu ramen; the fried dumplings encasing seasoned, minced pork; the creamy pork broth with a mildly spicy flavour, added meat and greens, and the noodles slippery, slurpy and chewy – excellent.
A extremely popular spot and all the time a great crowd testifies to the standard and worth of the meals, and the service at Misaki. Definitely value a go to.