After a busy day shopping at Prahran Market, Janeca and I were searching for a quick lunch bite. Oishi Kitchen didn’t disappoint. Their menu has a range of Korean and Japanese cuisine, lots of curries and Dons (Rice topped with meat or fish).
I tried the Katsu Curry. It had a nice crispy portion of crumbed pork on a mild curry and generous portion of rice. There was also a basic side salad. Good value for $12!
Janeca had the Tempura Don. The tempura was battered of potato, beans, renkon, sweet potato and prawns. There was a touch too much batter, but the prawns were nice and crunchy. This also came with rice and salad.
Both dishes came with a nice miso soup. Eat your heart our @symmetrybreakfast!
I also had this super sweet grape drink on the side, but I don’t remember the name. Blogger fail!
The service was quick and efficient, pleasant tunes playing throughout the restaurant. Oishi Kitchen has great food at affordable prices. Definitely worth a visit.