Sunday, December 8, 2013

Masu with the ladies

We had a delightful evening on Thursday at Masu. It was a gathering of old friends and some of my favourite women - all foodies - so the pressure was on. I have to say it was a hit all round.

I went to the opening of Masu a few months ago, where we enjoyed tantalising tastes of what was to come out of the kitchen. Now it's all up and running the restaurant looks gorgeous and is buzzing, and it was exciting to try it in full swing.

I'll be back to the bar for after work drinks over the summer - I love the open air feel and the novel cocktails.

And I'll definitely be back for the tasting menu. This has to be one of the bargains of Auckland dining. For $88 each we enjoyed miso crayfish tacos, sashimi, sushi, pork gyoza, teriyaki salmon, lamb cutlets, robata grilled broccolini, kumara and a sensational dessert platter with all sorts of treats including hand-made ice cream and sorbet, miso ice cream, chocolate fondant with green tea powder, shawan mushi and more. All of it was delectable. Simple, flavour-filled and gorgeously presented. I felt like I was back in Japan a couple of times there.
















1 comment:

Park Sangchin said...

Hi eatingin,

We've recently launched the site Everyrecipe.co.nz where users search through recipes from all the major New Zealand recipe sites and blogs.

We noticed that you have a tasty recipe on your blog and would like to suggest you have a look at our Top Food Blogs section here: http://www.everyrecipe.co.nz/top-food-blogs.

If you want to add your food blog to the list and have your recipes indexed on Everyrecipe.co.nz all you have to do is follow the instructions here: http://www.everyrecipe.co.nz/add-your-food-blog.

Our project is one of the biggest in the world, and it’s already live in 37 countries, including countries in Europe, Asia, Middle-East, New Zealand, Australia, South America and South Africa. We deliver thousands of visitors to food blogs daily. Some of the top food blogs receive at least 10,000 visitors from us on a weekly basis.

Service is totally free. No money involved

This is something you can do to make your blog more visible and be exposed to a lot of people around the world; this can help your blog page to get more visitors and increase traffic.

Hopefully your food blog will be up there in the top!

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us at

info@everyrecipe.co.nz

Warm regards,