Gastrology bloggers dined courtesy of Kobe Jones.
Spring has well and truly sprung at Melbourne’s World Trade Centre (WTC) Wharf and the precinct’s premier waterside restaurants are celebrating with the launch of their new spring express lunch menus.
Catering for those looking for a premium food offering on the go, WTC Wharf’s Kobe Jones, Byblos, Man Mo and the Wharf Hotel are each offering an array of gourmet dishes designed to be enjoyed within a tight lunch timeframe.
Gastrology sampled Kobe Jones express lunch menu which includes a teppanyaki experience without the wait. The express teppanyaki is a mere $25 and comes with fresh seasonal salad and a choice of grainfed beef tenderloin, chicken, fish of the day, or silken tofu topped with spinach and mushrooms. Selections are accompanied by garlic fried rice and red and white miso soup.
Salmon fillet salmon fillet $15
120g Atlantic salmon served with grilled bean sprouts and salad
The salmon skin was beautifully crisp from being seared on the teppan and the flesh was deliciously moist and tender. The accompanying bean sprouts were a delicious addition.
Sushi and sashimi set $19
chefs selection of freshly made sushi and the finest sashimi cuts served with steamed rice and red and white miso soup
The slices of sashimi were fresh and exquisitely textured. The nigiri was expertly crafted and the plump, sweet scallops were stunning. It is clear that Kobe Jones is using only the freshest, highest quality seafood.
Escape the daily grind and treat yourself to one of WTC Wharf’s Spring Express Lunch Specials.
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