Sunday, December 25, 2016

Kamai Sushi & Bao @ Oslo, Norway

Oslo is a melting pot of cuisines that span the globe - East Asian fare is popular, with fusion eateries like Kamai Sushi & Bao being firm attractions. Imaginative temptations include the Lokka Special, a maki topped with an unconventional duet of shrimp & pulled lamb; The King, a sliced steamed mantou stuffed with king crab, fennel, coriander & mango puree; accompanied by textured wheat fries with a creamy black bean chilli dip.

 Kamai Sushi & Bao, Oslo, Norway.

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8 comments:

  1. Love your scenic shots. Somehow I love all these places abroad, everywhere - it looks a whole lot more pleasant and clean.

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    1. Suituapui: thanks! i do like exploring these cities and towns - they're definitely very livable, and it's fun being outdoors when the weather's temperate :)

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  2. I want to try that king crab mantou! But don't know when can I visit Norway? :(

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    1. CK: ya, the bao here is very tasty :D can plan for Norway in 2018! ;)

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  3. Gosh, Norway?
    U hv been to many far away places this year Sean! :D

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    1. Rebecca: yeah, it's been a tiring year - but I'm thankful for that! ;)

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  4. I believe sushi at Norway are at top notch quality since their seafood are fresh~ Am I right?

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    1. Choi Yen: yup! the seafood is wonderful - but the sushi itself is sometimes not quite as good as japan's, partly because of their different technique with the rice - the rice turns out harder in norway, and the proportion of rice to fish in the sushi is a bit too much for me :)

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