How To Cook Pork Steak In Oven
Sticky Pork Steak with Soy and Ginger Sauce - Satsuki AUD16
Our hopes for a good and simple Japanese meal wasn't totally fulfilled today. It seems that Satsuki might have lost their edge for making simple, wholesome Japanese food.
The star of the night was the Kamo Nabe, a rich duck hotpot with glass noodles, Chinese cabbage and enoki mushrooms to soak up the rich duck broth. The duck was wonderfully intense, probably grilled before stewing.
It was preceeded by a rather undercooked Nasu Dengaku which was deep fried rather that grilled, resulting in a pool of oil. Not attractive. The topping tasted more like hoisin sauce than miso. Even the gyoza filling was a letdown today, even though the plump and juicy prawn gyoza were delightful a month ago!
At least the sticky soy and ginger pork was good, even if the sauce was a bit sweet. The zing of ginger went very well with the tender, juicy pork steaks.
Maybe the food has slipped a little. Maybe that's why Satsuki was merely full tonight, and not overcrowded with people waiting for takeaways.
Satsuki (previously Asatsuki)
(03) 9572 0200
458 Waverley Rd
Malvern East VIC 3145
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