We had the Ginger pork for starters. It's called Buta Sobayaki. Served with some fresh greens for a salad. It perfectly balances out the fresh and juicy pork bits that form the dish. It's a healthy portion and it left us a happy bunch! Coupled with the lemongrass cooler, it is amazing. The cooler adds a refreshing touch to the meaty dish and is a must-have.
We also had the Tofu and beef soup. It is called Sundubu jjigae. It's full of these fresh and sour flavours that form the Asian palette.
And the Origami special sushi roll was amazing. Stuffed with avocado, cream cheese, fish and a topping of more fish and flamed caviar, this one you have to try. The flames roast a bit of the caviar giving it a crunchy, popping texture with a smoky flavour.
We also had the mochi ice cream. The Mochi cakes centres were stuffed with ice cream and were a perfect sweet end to our Japanese and Korean affair at origami.