Kuni's is Japanese owned so I had high expectations. We ordered tempura, sashimi, agedashidofu, tebasaki, yakisoba and yakizakana. I was astounded that the yakitori prices were per stick and were more expensive than many izakaya's in Japan.
Everything came out looking as it should and we had a good feeling about Kuni's. Sadly once we started eating we only found the Sashimi to be any good.
- tebasaki - preboiled and then semi-grilled? Chicken had no flavour, we had to actually request salt.
- tempura - old oil, giving everything a bad taste. Batter was not seasoned and maybe also old.
- yakisoba - preboiled chicken (why chicken I don't know) and overly oily.
- agedashidofu - was ok, but I think they must have a hard time sourcing flavoursome tofu.
- Karaage - no flavour and do terribly oily.
Such a shame this meal was do oily and lacking in genuine flavoursome.