Ever since Yunqin told me about this all-you-can-eat restaurant on Huashan Road – 荣日本料理 – I’ve been wanting to go; my wish came true on Thursday evening when the team decided to go there (actually we’ve been talking about it for quite a while too, hehe). RMB150 (approx SGD30) for high quality Japanese food, this was a steal. No wonder it was so packed, we had to reserve in advance to guarantee seats for our 10-person group.
The almost authentic Japanese atmosphere appealed to me the most. It felt like we had walked into one of ’em restaurants in Japan, only with a predominantly Chinese crowd.
The busy 荣 (Rong) restaurant.
These beautiful lanterns added to the Japanese atmosphere.
Always leave it to the experts to order 🙂
Some sort of vege ... tasted good.
Raw beef - superb!
A boat full of sashimi.
Salmon and prawn sashimi ... I really should end this post now, I'm getting hungry!
We just couldn't get enough of 'em salmon.
More fish, this time cod done in two different ways. I don't remember now what ways, but they tasted heavenly we had a few rounds of these.
Fish again. The very same pregnant fish like I had at the Taipei yakiniku place. We had a couple of rounds of these delicious fish.
Clams. Pure awesomeness.
海胆 (sea urchin). It's good in small portions. Well, I'm mostly affected by how much it resembles a brain.
Prawn tempura! Yummy.
Finally some sushi.
Next up, chicken wing.
So we also had the decency to order some healthy vegetables ... hehe ...
J's size and appetite simply don't match up. Here, he ordered one bowl of rice which he topped with mashed 山药 (yam) and raw fish.
Our last orders were grilled ginkgo nuts, chawanmushi and seafood soup, before we were served water melon. We were sooooo full by then after more than 2 hours of relentless feasting.
The boys taking a puff before our hike back to the MRT station.
Downtown Jing'an was made up of bright colorful spotlights when darkness fell.
The West Yan'an Expressway was also quite a sight to behold at night.