Hosokawa Japanese Restaurant | Shop 3 / 53 Racecourse Road, HAMILTON QLD 4007

Last time when the other travel bunnie and I went to Baguette for dinner, we saw a small yet bustling Japanese restaurant tucked between a Subway and a gelato shop. Last Friday night, we ended up at that Japanese restaurant for dinner. Hosokawa is the name of that restaurant.

The restaurant was almost all booked out when we arrived, except for a few tables outside. I had been craving some decent Japanese cuisine for a while and I was hoping that Hosokawa would be able to fix my cravings.

Dinner started with two cups of warm, calming Japanese tea ($2 per person). We ordered a few different dishes from the menu, figuring that it would be the best way to try a bit of everything. My starter was sea urchin nigiri ($12), followed by nabeyaki udon ($18) for main. The other travel bunnie had uzaku - grilled eel salad ($10), deep fried oysters ($12) and prawn tempura hand roll ($8).

The taste of the food was undoubtedly delicious, whether it was the sweet broth of the nabeyaki udon, the unique flavour of sea urchin or the simple crispy dried seaweed wrapped around sushi rice.

The quantity of the dishes are more like tapas, small and leaving you lingering for more.

Total Bunnie Dollars Spent: $64. 

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