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Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishiori, Enjoy Sustainable Seafood And Win Tickets To Japan – Robertson Quay

From 3 April, Ippin Cafe is bringging a slice of Kesennuma Shishiori to this sunny shore. In this Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishiori menu, expect dishes using only sustainable seafood.

 

Located 2 hour car ride from Tokyo, Kesennuma Shishiori is one of the world’s three largest fishing grounds. Due to its geographical location where the warm and cold water meets, large population of a good mix of varities of fishes are found there. At this fishing ground, only sustainable fishing methods are deploy in the catch to ensure healthy population is maintained.

 

 

Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishiori

 

Ippin Cafe is offering the Classic Salted Squid Guts with Cream Cheese. Luckily, I only noticed the ingredients after I am done with the dish. Should I hear Squid Guts earlier, I am not sure if I am brave enough to face it. Surprisingly the squid guts doesn’t has the pungent seafood flavour at all. I was informed that it might be masked by the cream cheese.

 

Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishiori, Creating Dishes Using Sustainable Seafood - Classic Salted Squid Guts with Cream Cheese

 

Shark Meat Ball with Seaweed and Vegetable soup with Yuzu Ponzu is next. The only time I ate Shark Meat was in a local Noodle dish (Tiong Bahru Lou Mee) as fried fillet. This time, having it as a meat ball, it does feel like having fresh Fish Ball with rougher texture. 

 

Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishiori, Creating Dishes Using Sustainable Seafood - Shark Meat Ball with Seaweed and Vegetable soup with Yuzu Ponzu

 

Smoked sanma roasted with garlic is a very simple dish consisting of sanma by Marutoyo Co Ltd. on a bed of green. The smoked sanma has very tiny amount of fishy flavour.

 

Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishiori, Creating Dishes Using Sustainable Seafood - Smoked sanma roasted with garlic

 

Salmon flake rice ball with Toro Konbu. The entire rice ball was lightly flavoured.

 

Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishiori, Creating Dishes Using Sustainable Seafood - Salmon flake rice ball with Toro Konbu flake

 

Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishiori, Creating Dishes Using Sustainable Seafood - Filling in the Salmon flake rice ball

 

Among the rice dishes, I love Spicy Tuna hand-rolled sushi. With Mayonnaise added, the flavour was prominent.

 

Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishiori, Creating Dishes Using Sustainable Seafood - Spicy Tuna hand-rolled sushi

 

Seared Bonito Sushi is another convenient dish. Using the Frozen Seared Bonito, sliced it and topped it on the sushi rice. With the minced ginger, it elevated the flavour.

 

Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishori, Creating Dishes Using Sustainable Seafood - Seared Bonito Sushi

 

Fish roe fan, you surely got to try the Ikura Don. These are extra large salmon roe that are ultra tasty and fresh. At such a size, about 0.5 cm in diameter, diner could appreciate the texture and flavour better. Furthermore, there wasn’t any pungent fishy taste that are usually associate with the roe. 

 

Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishori, Creating Dishes Using Sustainable Seafood - Ikura Don

 

Canned Food

Whenever we hear Canned Food, for us is avoid. But we were told in Japan, Canned Food is the second freshest food. Heat it up and enjoy it with Sake.

 

Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishori, Creating Dishes Using Sustainable Seafood - Canned Food

 

 

Sake

 

We tried 3 sake. First was the Mizutoriki Tokubetsu Junmaishu Yamadanishiki Gowarigobu, a dry sake.

 

Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishori, Creating Dishes Using Sustainable Seafood - Mizutoriki Tokubetsu Junmaishu Yamadanishiki Gowarigobu

 

Next is Daiginjo Kisho, sweeter.

 

Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishori, Creating Dishes Using Sustainable Seafood - Daiginjo Kisho

 

Finally the Yuzu Sake, fruity and sweet which I love.

 

Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishori, Creating Dishes Using Sustainable Seafood - Yuzu Sake

 

 

NAHMJ Verdict

 

Save the world and go green with sustainable seafood from Ippin Cafe x Kesennuma Shishiori menu. Beside enjoying delish Japanese food, you stand a chance to win tickets to Japan! More information is here: https://sushiandsake.net“.

 

 

 

Ippin Cafe Bar

18 Mohamed Sultan Road, #01-01 Singapore 238967
Tel: +65 6733 4794

Websitehttp://www.ippin-jpc.com
FBhttps://www.facebook.com/ippincafebarms18/

 

Opening Hours

 

Monday – Saturday  1200 1500, 1700 to 2300; Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays

 

Getting There

 

By Bus:

  • UE Square or opp Mohd Sultan Road along River Valley Road   32, 54, 139, 195
  • At or opp Shell House along Clemenceau Ave   64, 123, 143

 

By MRT:

  • North East line – Clarke Quay station

[Board 54 at the bus stop at Clarke Quay station along Eu Tong Sen Street and alight at UE Square along River Valley Road]

 

Rating: 7/10

 

 

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