My second time at Guu! The place is amazing and has definitely become my favourite restaurant. I managed to snap this picture just before it turned completely dark. Guu does not take reservations but if wait time is too long, you can leave your cell number with them and they'll call you 15 minutes before a table is ready. I recommend going either has a group of two or four. Anymore than that you might have to wait two hours for a table.
So I went on New Years Eve and had dinner there with 3 + 1 friends. (originally it was 4 of us but as another friend finished work nearby and we had an extra seat at the end of the table, we invited him to join us).
Everything is categorized to make our lives easier. The menu made me want to cut up the squares and draw out random dishes to have haha. Don't you love the white on black contrast?
Their daily special menus are printed on paper. I'm not sure how often they change it up but I know it's not the same menu as the first time I visited. I recommend always ordering something from this menu because you never know when you'll see it again while the regular menu will always be there.
For example, you will not find this dish and the next dish I'm showing on the regular menu. This is a cold dish and I believe the tuna is raw because it's served with wasabi. This is probably one of my least favourite dishes of the evening just because I'm not a fan of raw fish :s
I don't remember too much about this dish because I think it was a little bland. However, it was good but just wasn't love.
This was probably my favourite dish of the evening! It's about all the spiciness I can take without quenching for water (which is excellent haha). The only thing I wish was different about this dish was the use of ketchup. Ketchup to me is very western and not something I would expect in Japanese cuisine. But just an F.Y.I, everything on this plate was edible =D
I love prawn, shrimp, the whole family basically and this dish was good. I don't remember it being that spicy though. This picture only shows half of the plate.
Loved this dish! I mean, I can't really compare it to takoyakis from other restaurants but I enjoyed this one. *thumbs up*
Again, I'm not a raw anything type of person and I usually stay away from sashimis. This wasn't bad, in fact it was kinda good actually. But there's just something about raw meat that's kind of a turn off.
This one was a slight disappointment. Don't get me wrong, I liked this dish as well. However, I felt like I've had something similar at Dim Sum before and it's not as unique of a dish as I expected it be.
This was as good as the last time I had it =D My friend loved it too. The texture is wonderful and the udon just melts in your mouth *drool*.
My alcohol which I didn't like *sigh* Next time, I'm sticking to Bamboo.
Me: Flash makes my drink look more green than it is
Peez: Just put the napkin behind it as a white background
Me: ohhhhhh... smart! *should've known*
That is all for now my cupcakes ^_^