Monday, 8 April 2013

Solo Sushi Bekkan

A coworker recommded Solo Sushi Bekkan for lunch and so a group of us went to try it out.
It's a relatively tiny restaurant with around 20 seats - so if you don't make a reservation, it's probably best to wait until a little after the lunch rush to grab a table. 
solo sushi bekkan

The lunch specials are around $10-15 and come with salad and miso soup.
Fresh ingredients beautifully presented with a nice tangy soy sauce dressing.

miso soup
Miso soup

The gyoza had paper thin wrappers around a meat and vegetable stuffing and they were lightly pan-fried. 

chicken teriyaki lunch bento
Chicken Teriyaki Bento Box
I kept staring at the bento wondering why it was different than the traditional Japanese bento boxes for lunch and then I realized that they served the salad separately and instead this bento had a side of egg and potato salad. It was okay, a little bland. However, the rest of the bento box with chicken teriyaki, spicy tuna roll and crispy battered tempura had tons of flavour. 

Overall: A nice lunch at Solo Sushi Bekkan: the food was decent and the bento was pretty filling.

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