A fortnight ago, we were treated to an appetizing and scrumptious meal at Waraku Vivocity. To add, my family was there with me. The ambience and concept was suitable for family dining. We waited for a while before we were guided to the Private Room.
My son, Caden, was so happy when he read the menu. He wanted to order all the floats with ice-cream on the menu. We agreed that he could have a strawberry ice-cream float. After a short while, we ordered our food from the menu and the duty manager made sure that our orders were served promptly.
The first dish that was served was Sashimi 3 Kinds. The sashimi, which consisted 3 kinds of fish,was so fresh and it simply melts in your mouth. My husband spoke well of the dish too. It was an appealing, delicious and satisfying dish. I would recommend this dish to other customers who will be dining at Waraku. The dish was simply marvelous!
I ordered my favourite Chawanmushi. It was not just any ordinary steamed tofu in a Japanese exquisite bowl. It was steamed with a lot of added ingredients like the delightful fish cake, mushroom, and unagi. I enjoyed the dish thoroughly.
Coming up next, the dish was called Gindara Teriyaki Touban , which was a cod fish dish glazed with Terayaki sauce. As I like cod fish a lot, I finished the delicious cod fish dish in split second without sharing with anyone.
The following dish was the Hotate Butter which was grilled scallop with butter on the heating pan. My husband fancied the Hotate Butter dish and commented that the dish was appetizing, savory and delectable. Once again, I would recommend this dish to Hotate lovers, because of its unique and exclusive method of grilling the Hotate with butter.
I completed the meal with a Calpis float, and it was heavenly after a full meal. I would recommend Waraku to anyone as an amazing family restaurant and if I am at Vivo City again, I will certainly head to Waraku for another meal.