Friday, March 30, 2012

Haru no Yume Japanese Cuisine, Freemans Bay

3 Vernon Street
Freemans Bay

On a quiet side street in Freeman's Bay Haru no Yume restaurant aims to "provide a real touch of Japan". The name means Dream of Spring and their "dream is for our customers to fall in love with our food."

It was fairly quiet when arrived on a Saturday evening, but a few other tables filled up while ate. The decor was modern with plenty of Japanese touches and lots of fairy lights.

We shared a very large can of Asahi and small jug of saki, personally I prefer the beer.

The Edamame, boiled green beans in flaky sea salt were frustrating fun to consume whilst we perused the menu.

We shared the rainbow roll sushi, which seemed to be a big inside-out California roll with fresh sashimi on top which all combined well.

The Miso soup came with the welcome addition or a shitake mushroom.

The beef tataki, very rare sliced scotch fillet resembled carpaccio.

I had the seafood salad featuring fresh salmon, teriyaki teppan scallops and prawns with leaves and seaweed salad. The greens complimented the excellent seafood.

The Chicken teriyaki looked good.

The service was friendly and the bill came to around $100, it was easy to see why it was a popular spot for our hosts.

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