Thursday, April 22, 2010

Sushi Burger

It is just taking too long to blog about all my eating adventures during my trip in Asia that I have a list of new eats piling up. I've decided to alternate my posts to include one of each to take away the boredom.

During the first weekend back we flew to Melbourne to attend a friends' wedding. The wedding was held at Ascot House, a beautiful heritage home situated in the suburb of Ascot Vale, but that's for another post.

Today I wanted to blog about Sushi Burger. Recommended by my cousin Ms Gadget, this place is GOOD.

Photobucket
Hamburg Sushi ($7.50)- A nice thick slab of tasty beef and pork patty sandwiched between two rice patties. The rice was delicately seasoned and cooked al dente like pasta which I loved. Just delicious!

Photobucket
Kani Croquette Burger ($6.50 eat-in) - A cream croquette with crab meat. The potato was very smooth and creamy. I didn't see any crab meat though but it still tasted delicious!

Photobucket
Highly recommended was the Yakiniku Bento Box ($18.50) served with rice and miso soup. I had ordered the yakiniku chicken which was simply delicious. The chicken had been lightly floured and deep-fried which helps coat and keep the delicious sauce on the meat. Every bite was just heavenly.

Photobucket
Fi had ordered the Salmon Bento ($18.50). I found the salmon very bland and tasted like it was braised in water but Fi said it was OK.

Photobucket
Dessert time! Green Tea Wagashi ($3.50 each) I've never had wagashi before and found this to be similar to mochi but with the sponginess of marshmallows! Yum!

We headed back to Sushi Burger to get some take-away before we left for the airport (yes we loved it that much!). We pretty much got the same sushi burgers we had the first time round and bought extra desserts. I choose the Latte Wagashi ($3.50) which as you can guess has coffee in it. This was delicious and the second most popular wagashi here after the green tea which had sold out :(


167 Exhibition Street
Melbourne 3000 VIC

03 - 9650 9877

Lunch
Tues - Sat 12pm - 3pm
Dinner
Tues - Sat 5.30pm - 9.30pm

6 comments:

mr. pineapple man said...

wow everything looks delicio!!

cyberiagirl said...

Just looked on their website, and am so bummed there's no vegetarian sushi burger! Oh well...

Nice to meet you the other day too. :)

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella said...

Ack! So many of my favourite things in one post. You're making me very hungry :P I love how a hamburger without a bun is called hamburg :P

foodie-central said...

Hi Mr Pineapple Man - The hamburg was def yummy and so was the yakiniku beef!

Hi Rachel - Yea they should have some vegetarian dishes on their menu.. I can just imagine a tempura sweet potato and eggplant hamburg..

HI Lorraine - This place is the bomb. Really loved the hamburg that we went back the next day to take-away for our flight back! hehe

Simon Food Favourites said...

i didn't get a chance to visit it but looks like a fun place. had so many places on my wishlist :-)

Anonymous said...

RE: cyberiagirl

While a vegetarian option isn't shown on their website, they do have a vegetable tempura, and vegetable croquet sushi burger in store.

The vegetable tempura burger is great - highly recommended!