Tempura tepee of shrimp, okra and lotus root.
Crisp perfection. Light as air.
Mini sashimi trio. Thick, luscious bites.
Freshness never tasted so sweet!
Chicken stew. A taste of home.
A fresh beginning. Icy cold, crisp and tangy.
My, I have forgotten how good Wahiro is. This is the first time I'm trying them for lunch. The quality of ingredients and elegant portions made me feel light, clear-headed and refreshed after eating. This lunch set used to be S$12+ just last year. With recent increase in prices, it's now S$15 but still unbeatable value. Available daily but menu items may vary according to chef's selection.
Older Wahiro posts here and here. Tomorrow, the Wahiro Bento.
Update 29 July 2008: I came here again today but the food was not as impressive. Sashimi slices were smaller. Rice a bit soggy. We had the "fried item" instead of tempura, and it was minced salmon sandwiched between lotus root slices, breaded and deep-fried. Didn't work for us. Tempura's a much safer choice. But sometimes the fried item can be a nice tori karaage, so it depends on your luck. The stew was much nicer today, made with shabu-shabu thin slices of pork instead of chicken. Miso soup was salmon miso instead of plain. We also had a delicious mori soba (cold noodles, S$9.80), which came al dente.
WAHIRO & KUSHIYAKI
112 East Coast Road #01-27/28/29
Lunch hours: 12-2pm
Dinner hours: 6-10pm