Chinese I have the most history with and is one of my favourite cuisines although I don't indulge as much because some of my old favourites tended to be on the battered side. Japanese food is better for you and I've been having more of that in recent years, since discovering the profound addiction that is... SUSHI! Maki rolls, nigiri, yum. I can even take a little wasabi of late. Aside from that I know a small cosy eatery named 'Shuji Sushi' which offers aside from the obvious - a variety [four] of bento boxes. There's different compartments each with a different tasty snack, like terikayi.
I had a dish called Pad Thai which was very good, it consisted of lots of thin dark brown or black strips, that's how I'd describe it.
I haven't had seaweed crisps.
Indian food yes, my experiences are mixed, I tried a new dish only days ago but it was very hot and the taste wasn't really to my liking. On the other hand, I've tried this butter chicken dish which was very addictive, creamy, more mild.
When I was in hospital I asked for Korean cuisine for the first time. Some of the food there wasn't much chop and I fancied something different, and Melbourne is renowned for offering so many restaurants, eatouts, so on. The place my family went to was called "Grandma's Korean BBQ," although I forget what I ordered, sorry.
By the way, there's a crazy place in the city which offers sushi burgers. They're outrageous and delicious!
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Melbourne's 1st SUSHI BURGER
brought to you by Japanese Cafe Restaurant J.
What's a Sushi Burger?
The Sushi Burger is the newest concept in sushi
only available at Japanese Cafe Restaurant J.
All the ingredients you find in sushi hand rolls and more served with wasabi, lettuce, special sauce in between two sushi rice patties freshly made for your enjoyment.
Experience the fresh taste of Japan in a unique style.
Bibimbap, white rice topped with seasoned vegetables, a raw or fried egg and sliced beef with black pepper paste, served in hot plate bowl. You're supposed to stirred the whole ingredients before eating them.
I wrote/drew this when I was in hospital: