Date of visit: 21/02/2018
This restaurant was famous for the traditional Japanese rice cooked in an iron pot - Kamameshi. They do not accept reservation, so everyone must queue up for a placement. The waitress will give out a waiting card every now and then and they will take your order as the rice takes time to cook.
On the day we waited for at least 2 hours before we got two seats at a bench table.
The rice we ordered were prawn kamameshi and Eel kamameshi.
Taste and quality of food: average. As the seafood was overcooked. They lost their sweetness and was a bit rubbery.
Price for two pots of kamameshi for lunch was close to A$65.00. We think that was a bit over-priced.
As there were lines and lines of guests waiting outside the restaurant, so the waitress will clear your table once they see you done with your food. It was not a pleasant way to enjoy a meal.
So, a well-known restaurant may not be good after all.
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