Okurama is set on two cozy floors of dining space. While you wait for your table, enjoy a drink in the waiting area on the comfy, white sofas, right next to a large aquarium of tropical freshwater fish. Each table is laid with a square, black plate, and a smaller rectangular, black dish into which you can pour soy sauce from a small, black jug. Servers balance wooden trays laden with tightly packed sushi maki, nigiri sushi, and hand rolls.
Groups may select one of their many platters with various that will suit everyone’s preferences. As well as the traditional sushi rolls they also have a selection of maki new style with dynamite spider (soft shell crab tempura rolled with soybean paper) or Tokyo dragon (fresh salmon, prawns and avocado topped with grilled water eel). Vegetarian options include radish, cucumber, and tempura vegeterian. For the brave , there are the sumptuous, raw sashimi slices. Okurama also serves inside- out rolls, with a combination of fillings such as fresh tuna, mango, and cream cheese, topped with avocado and drizzled with sweet eel sauce- all mixed together and stuffed into one roll. Alternatively, there are a variety of soups, salads, rice, noodles, ‘gyoza’ (ravioli) and main courses, such as pork, chicken, fish, lamb and beef -all cooked using Japanese sauces . For dessert get a scoop of soft, creamy ice-cream.
Comp. parking: Portomaso car park