A couple of weeks ago, I was extended an invitation by the lovely Milan to dine at Fuku. Fuku is an Omakase and Teppanyaki restaurant, featuring an intimate dining setting which seats just 16. We were lucky enough to have the place almost completely to ourselves with Joe (our waiter for the evening) explaining every step of the process and Jay, the chef, putting on a spectacular show.
The restaurant itself was absolutely gorgeous with traditional Japanese furniture and the largest collection of sake in Western Australia lining the back wall.
We were treated to the "Better" menu, featuring 8 courses. Every item on the menu was unique and carefully planned out to consist of the freshest seasonal ingredients.
Kawa Ebi - The dining experience started with crispy prawns on sheets of sun-dried seaweed. The prawns were perfectly seasoned and cooked before our eyes and presentation-wise, it was immaculate.
Jay showing off his skills on the stove
Small morsels - Next up was the small morsels consisting of wafer-thin slices of beef, octopus salad and a delectable deep-fried oyster (L - R).
Fish of the day
Stacked onion rings set ablaze
Dessert - the wasabi whipped cream was to die for!