Went to celebrate my parents’ 50th Anniversary at Mitsuba because my parents love a good buffet and love decent Japanese food. Mitsuba has an a la carte buffet that features some pretty good items.
Mitsuba is owned by a friend, William Chia, who is a retired banker. He set out to create a place which has affordable and enjoyable food. The buffet is a reasonable price of S$38.90 per pax and you have quite a selection.
We have some starters in Smoked Salmon Salad, Edamame, Tofu, Gyoza and Chawanmushi.
On to some savory items, here is Beef with Onions in a special sauce.
A little Curry. This is real small, so order a few!Teriyaki Chicken Skewers. Stewed Pork Belly.Bacon wrapped Crab Sticks. Bacon Wrapped Enoki Mushrooms. This one is interesting, Squid Ink Noodles with Squid.Onto the Sashimi and Sushi. I love Mekajiki (Swordfish) and Hamachi (Yellowtail).
Some Spider Rolls, Ebi Tempura Rolls, Ebiko and Oshinko. Unagi.Grilled Fish is another area which there are a lot of selections. Salmon with Salt, Shishamu, Teriyaki Saba, Shio Saba and Salmon Batayaki.
Assorted Tempura (Prawn, Eggplant, Potato, Fish, Mushroom, etc)
It’s quite a nice spread. Affordable, good, and you can eat what you want. Excellent!