Wagaya, Fortitude Valley (Revisited)

Treasure of memories in Wagaya on the 1st of September! The food does play a part but there is another significant reason post-Wagaya. Anyway, what did Wagaya offer us then? 

We tried a variety of food, clicking away on the electronic menu...

Dish no 1: Chicken NANBAN & tartar sauce
Chicken NANBAN with tartar sauce $9.50
It was quite a normal dish, nothing spectacular with the chicken except being tender and not overly dry.

Dish no 2: Spider Roll
Spider Roll $10.20
Soft shell crab with spicy mayonnaise, not too bad. I actually still prefer the soft shell crab hand rolled sushi (below).

Dish no 3 (special): Grilled eel and prawn box sushi
Grilled Eel and Prawns $13.50
One of my favourite dish of the night! I love grilled eel and the combination with prawns and dashimaki egg does offer a moreish effect. Yum!

Dish no 4: Korean style pizza
Korean style pizza $8.90
The Korean style pizza is quite interesting, with a thin crispy base loaded with toppings and cheese. Pretty good!

Dish no 5 (special): Mix tuna sashimi sushi box
Mix tuna sashimi sushi box
This is also one of the special sushi on offer that day. I quite like this dish. Simple yet delicious with fresh mixed sushi.

Dish no 6: Octopus chijimi
Octopus Chijimi $8.90
Tossing between Takoyaki and the octopus chijimi, we finally opted for this dish. Hmm... It was quite flour-y with few pieces of octopus. Maybe Takoyaki is a better option?

Finally, hand rolled sushi:
Soft shell crab hand roll $3.90
Tuna hand roll $3.90
We managed to try a variety of food in Wagaya. They were a tad little more expensive than other Japanese restaurants, nevertheless, the atmosphere there is quite good. I had a good time that day. Service can be quite slow (even with the call button on screen), especially on a Saturday night. Overall, quite a good dining experience.

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