Momiji Sushi Restaurant @ The HagueMy quest for good Asian food continues in The Hague.
It was a cold and windy Sunday with intermittent light shower. We decided to go for something soupy to warm us up and awake our senses. Hence, the pick for the week was Momiji Sushi, a Japanese restaurant conveniently located in the busy China Town of the Hague.
The interior of the restaurant is cozy and spacious. The seats are well organized with Oriental partitions to provide some privacy. It is simply an ideal place to hang out with friends and family.
There are a wide variety of food you could choose from the menu, ranging from the usual sushi, sashimi, bento set, ramen, don (rice set), shabu-shabu to sukiyaki. We ordered a Tonkatsu don (pork cutlet rice) and a bowl of seafood ramen.
The pork cutlet was fried to perfection, crunchy on the outside while juicy inside. The onion and mushroom omelet was nicely done too with some shredded seaweed sprinkled on top of the rice to provide added texture. It was a well executed dish.
The seafood ramen was the surprise of the day. The broth was so flavorful until I can easily gulp down 2 bowls. The chef was also generous with the amount of seafood ingredients. You would not believe a bowl of seafood ramen which was filled with two big oysters, one mussel, one big prawn, 1 scallop, half a hard-boiled egg, fish cake and seaweed only cost a mere €13. This is simply value for money.
Do give Momiji Sushi a try if you happen to visit China town in the Hague.
|Tonkatsu Don @ Momiji Sushi|
Momiji Sushi もみじ寿司
Rabbijn Maarsenplein 1
2512 HJ Den Haag
Mon 14:00 – 22:00
Tue/Wed/Sun 12:00 – 22:00
Thu/Fri/Sat 12:00 – 23:00