Every few weeks I try to go into the city and meet Craig during his lunch break at work. He doesn't often take a proper break from his desk so this is a good way to encourage him. We go and eat somewhere that is fairly near to his office (QV1, St Georges Terrace) so that he doesn't use up too much time trekking across the city (not that its big).
The last time we did this (a few weeks ago now!) we went to Nippon Fare in Shafto Lane. Its just off Hay street.
Nippon Fare is Japanese food, and its quick, easy and cheap. I got there early so was able to bag us one of the few tables outside in the lane so we could watch the world go by as we chatted and ate our lunch.
I had a pack of the Chicken & Avocado Sushi rolls. The regular size is 5 pieces but you can also have a large size with 10 pieces. Each roll was quite large and lovely and fresh. The avocado was nice and soft. There was a sachet of soy sauce which I tipped into the lid of the box as I couldn't think how else to use it? I don't like pickled ginger so I didn't try it.
Craig had a hot dish of Teriyaki Udon Noodles. I have to admit I'm not keen on this type of noodle because it reminds me of something else that I wont mention however if I don't look at it I don't mind, so I shut my eyes so I could try a bit and it was tasty. A decent portion for $8.90 which fuelled him up for the afternoon ahead.
We also shared a portion of Gyoza Dumplings which came with a little pot of dipping sauce. They were delicious, soft and crunchy at the same time.