Having managed to score the last 2 seats in the restaurant (the restaurant probably sits about a dozen in total), we were admittedly a little surprised to find that all the prices had gone up since our last visit. In the past, you could've easily gotten away with change for a $10 note; now you're looking at close to $15 for a meal which to be honest isn't going to break your wallet but given the same thing was cheaper before, it is a little annoying.
J's Karage Chicken (I swear he always get this) . In one word... delicious!Teriyaki Chicken which turned out to be a tad disappointing. The teriyaki sauce was great but the chicken was dry and tasteless.
First time eating dessert at Kura. Green tea ice cream which came with 2 little fish waffles stuffed with red bean paste - all accompanied by a cup of hot green tea. Again...delicious!
After the show: a sundae from Lindt Cafe (enjoyed sitting on the wooden planks with our legs dangling over the harbour). The queue at Lindt was massive and we hardly stood a chance at getting a table.
Thanks Kelly for the invite to the show - apologies that we didn't really get the chance to catch up properly (must do soon!)