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Takeru Japanese Cuisine

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by itsjay (subscribe)
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Published April 12th 2012
Takeru Japanese Casual Dining Restaurant is located on Sussex Street in Sydney and they offer a range of Japanese cuisines. The stand-out and my favourite thing about this restaurant is that they offer their dishes in full-size and half-size portions. So, for those of you who are like me and can never decide what to order, this solves all your problems! You can have both ramen and a rice dish without spending too much and filling yourself up till you bloat.

Soft-shell crab salad

For starters, I ordered my favourite Soft-Shell Crab Salad. It was about $8 and was served on a large plate with a coral lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes, corn, soft shell crab and lotus chips.

Miso ramen half size

For main, I ordered a half-size ramen. The ramen wasn't much of a stand-out compared to other ramen I have had in the city. The soup base wasn't was flavoursome as I would have liked it, but the ramen noodles were cooked just right.

Green tea fried ice cream

Desserts are always one of my favourite course of a meal.The restaurant doesn't offer a huge range of desserts, just the usual Japanese green tea ice cream and cheesecake. I ordered a green tea fried ice cream which cost $4.50. It was served with some peaches and a dollop of cream. This dish was rather nice but I thought the batter around the ice cream was a little too thick and floury for my liking.

The restaurant is also popular for their Iced Matcha Latte, so be sure to try one when you visit!

Phone: (02) 9283 3522
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Why? To sample a range of Japanese dishes
When: Opens at 12 for lunch
Where: Shop 10, 339 Sussex St, Sydney NSW 2000
Cost: Starting from about $6
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