I was told that San Kai Japanese was a hidden gem in Brisbane that not many people know about. And who am I to argue with a local
And the chicken katsudon was suprisingly deceptive. You might think it’s tiny, but that bowl never ended. Every bite was a delight too. Good heavens I’m getting just hungry writing up this post. (Note to self, do not write blog posts about food without eating something first)
For both – 16 and 8, it was worth it. I mean I was shocked with the price of the Gyoza – but tasting it made it worth the price!
I think we may have caught them on an off night. We just happened to be sitting close to kitchen whilst they were cleaning one part of it. The smell of the cleaning products made me wonder what exactly they were trying to clean. But the food was too damn good.
It took a while to get service once we were seated. However the food was extremely prompt so the whole event evened itself out.