Nakajima Suisan Grilled Fish : I have eaten at this japanese eatery 3 times this week

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After buying Laduree maracons from Takashimaya Shopping Centre this week, I went to the basement to look for lunch. I came across this little place at the corner and decided to try it out on Tuesday. Since then, I have eaten here on Thursday and Friday too. There are other stores around this place as well and all are open concept spaces where you order your meals and they will send it to you. I see that there are other stores around selling pastas, Japanese rice etc as well – I will get around to trying them all eventually.

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This little place has seats for you to enjoy your lunch – it is almost fuss-free. You order from the menu at the counter and they do not charge service charge so that is a plus point for me!

My salmon teriyaki set was $11.50. Quite a steal for a delicious Japanese meal.

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No service charge! Plus point!

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My meal – salmon fish set.

When your order is ready, the waiter delivers it to you with a cup of green tea. The grilled fish comes with rice, a small bowl of appetizers, miso soup and salad. Look at the huge bowl of rice – I could not finish them all and preferred to eat more of the fish and salad instead. The salad looks simple but it is refreshing. I finished it all.

Next time perhaps I can order a side of sashimi from the takeaway counter to load up even more on fish.

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Look at all the enticing sushi!

The counter has sushi to take away or to enjoy at your seats and besides fish, they also sell other types of Japanese lunches. But I am here only for the fish – I love my seafood!

My friend tried the snow cod and she said it was good too! I shall try that this week.

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I can hardly decide what to choose – so many great choices!

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They have daily promotions depending on what fish is in season – I will try out the snow cod next!

It gets almost full at about 1230pm so be here earlier if you want to enjoy your Japanese fish. This is a hidden gem in the Takashimaya basement so do try! Will do for a great dinner as well, before you start your shopping.

So far I have tried the saba and the salmon – both were fresh and delicious. Portions are also big enough to satisfy. I am a fan of this place now.

Great way to decompress before we go back to work again!

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