We wanted Japanese of course during our trip up to Halifax and sushi nami we went – thinking that food would be quick but they were quite packed that night after the Christmas Parade and we weren’t expecting that.
Chloe and her favorite aunt playing with the iphone while waiting for our orders to be taken.
Some miso soup to start off the meal and green tea of course.
Agedashi tofu for me and Chloe’s aunt.
Sweet potato tempura for PB – but no more teriyaki chicken – they changed the menu. Poor PB – those were the only 2 dishes he eats at any Japanese place.
The fusion sushi – the Royal Nami roll.
Chloe wasn’t going to eat any.
She ordered some udon with tempura chicken but they came so late – poor chloe she was starved and after taking a few bites – she didn’t want them because the udon was hard. But the manager explained that udon were supposed to be this way – because they were “fresh” but the waitress had already told us that they came pre-packed and pre-cooked – *sigh* and I’ve never tasted hard udon before. Chloe didn’t eat it and neither did we. I wasn’t happy with the explanation – but that’s alright – we won’t order any noodles for Chloe no more.
The tempura chicken was good but Chloe wasn’t eating it – so PB and I ate most of it.
We ordered some margaro sushi and sashimi (forgotten to take pictures of the sashimi) because we were too engrossed with the manager on the discussion on the noodles. But both the sushi and sashimi were good.
Chloe trying to be gung-ho with her noodles but she just couldn’t stomach it – I don’t blamed her – I tried the noodles myself – I wouldn’t eat it too. Some $90 later – the kid didn’t get her meal – we had to go to macdonald’s to get her some french fries and mcbites. This wasn’t a good trip for Chloe.