Ever since my first post on Toyotomi, I have received a lot
of feedback regarding other peoples experiences there. Some people had a great
time, while others (such as Janice from GoodEat :P) vowed never to go back again. I wanted
to try out Toyotomi again to see if they were consistent with my last
experience there… plus I was really craving sashimi that day.
where they have a display case of all their desserts. The egg white crème brulee
visit. Bummer…It’s not by much but still…
ordered much less than we normally would have on our first round. Surprisingly, we didn’t even go to a second round because we were both full by then. Here is our
sashimi platter full of salmon, tuna, ika (squid), spicy salmon, and some other
type of seared tuna.
appreciated. I also liked the fact that they did not downsize the sashimi
pieces since my last visit.
with the fried garlic that they sprinkle on top.
turned it on, it was making weird noises. The whole pot jumped every few
seconds which scared the heck out of Meta Knight and I. Apparently, it does
that in the beginning but stops after you start putting stuff in the pot.
squid, mushrooms, mini corn, watercress…etc.
toro, fried imitation scallop, onion rings, and chicken wings. The BBQ toro is new
and I believe it is limited to one per person. However, I didn’t find it
special at all so I wouldn’t have ordered more anyways.
We also ordered a bit of lamb and it tasted good.
Meta Knight raved about this. This is also limited to one per person and I
would recommend this over the BBQ toro. The mixed seafood was very flavourful
and texturally, it went very well with the crunchy tortilla.
white crème brulee. It is a dollar something extra on top of your AYCE. They
actually forgot our brulee order and it took a while for us to flag someone
down. However, once they found out, the person in charge of dessert quickly
torched the top and brought it out to us in less than a minute.
normal crème brulee. However, I actually like this because it tasted healthier
and lighter. I would have preferred a thicker sugar top but it is just my
a hidden AYCE gem to me. However, it is by no means cheap because we ended up
paying about $30 per person so I would probably only come here for special
occasions. Just remember to make a reservation or you’re gonna have to wait
40 minutes (like we did) for a table…OF TWO.
Service Rating: 2.5/5
Food Rating: 3.5/5
Overall Rating: 3.5/5
<– beautiful sashimi