Kumagoro Japanese Buffet Restaurant Floreat

Kumagoro Japanese Buffet Restaurant

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Kuma Goro Authentic Japanese Buffet Restaurant is the newest place to dine for a truly Japanese taste experience.

Kuma Goro is set in the beautiful courtyard of Floreat Forum’s restaurant area, with plenty of free parking and a safe viewable area for kids to play outside.

Offering a large variety of dishes, your dining experience will definitely be tantalised.

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Straight after we were seated, Tina disappeared for 30 seconds and came back with a serve of soft, tender beef and a plate of prawn and vegetable Tempura. Again we were impressed!

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The mix of subtle tempura batter with a lightly salted dipping “soy” sauce, made the start of our buffet meal more appealing. Then it was time to take a lap of the buffet bar.

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As promised, Kumagoro delivered on a large variety of sushi, sashimi and hot delicacies from Japan. From the hot miso soup right through to the coconut sago dessert, our choices were difficult to make.

So we started our Japanese food journey at the hot food, with tori karage, fried vegetables and a tangy miso sauce.

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As I made my way to the sushi stand I was blinded by this unique beauty that stood before me. Nope, it was some hot bombshell. It was a piece of sushi that was artistically created, lightly drizzled with Japanese mayonaise.

Without hesitation I reached for this marvel of mixed rice and crabstick creation. Who could resist such interesting food?

Certainly not me!

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You just have to try it.

Moving along, I decided I would just fill up my plates with a range of sushi, before I got to the sashimi. Each sushi I tried was just so good… Until I got to what I thought would be beef. It wasn’t!

Slithers of crispy eel wrapped in rice and seaweed. For lovers of fish, this is the one to try. I am not one of those lovers. To drown out the taste of the eel, I quickly gobbled up every other type of sushi I could find. Now that was delicious!

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My second round was to try the hot food offered at Kumagoro. I started with the tori karage and just kept going back for that (maybe 4 times). The tori karage had just the right blend of ginger and spices, complimented by Japanese mayonaise.

I tried the entire buffet of hot food, yet still went back to the tori karage. On one of my visits t o the buffet, the tori karage was all gone. Much to my devastation, I flagged down the waiter and within a few minutes, I had a fresh batch of tori karage on our table.

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Bernadette Bosanac , Perth Lifestyle Blogger has worked in the fashion and modelling industry for over 20 years, accumulating experiences in retail, marketing, make-up artistry, photography, social media and events. Bernadette has regularly blogged for shopping precincts and online magazines and more recently was a freelance writer for The West Australian Newspaper. She is a devoted Mother and lover of life. She is a regular on all major social platforms. Join and follow her journey.

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