satsuki – subiaco

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Satsuki is still my favourite japanese restaurant in Perth for special occasions. Lunch being a special occasion, of course!

During lunch time, most of the dinner time favourites make an appearance as combinations. And if you are after a fix of high quality sushi, the chef is also at your disposal. Even though the sashimi is top-notch (and good for the waistline), I find it very hard to go past the pork kakuni combination – fatty pork belly braised in soy until tender. Served with a boiled egg, the copious amounts of silky pork fat goes really well with plain white rice.

 

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K had the chirashi sushi, topped with cubes of fresh tuna and layered omelette – beautiful and healthy at the same time. Our newest lunch victim, A, had the karaage which was reportedly crispy and delicious. We also could not resist the deep fried sushi, which I am happy to report is still fabulous as the memorable one on our first visit.

 

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Satsuki
Shop1 / 50 Subiaco Square, Subiaco WA 6008
T: (08) 9381 9868
W:
http://satsuki.com.au

Lunch Tue – Sat 12 noon – 2pm
Dinner Tue – Sat 6pm onwards

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  2. Adrian

    I have to go here some time. I have been to Halu a few times before but am curious how different Satsuki is to Halu. I also want to try their sushi degustation to compare it against Ayami.

    Photos look great!

  3. mei

    Adrian – The sushi degustation looks really good! Almost too good to eat. I’m a bit of a traditionalist, so I prefer Satsuki over Halu, I think it’s quieter too.


 
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