Mr Wasabi Recommended Dishes

Canada

Quebec City

Chez L’Autre:

Highlights:  Onglet de Boeuf

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Montreal

Au Pied De Cuchon:

Highlights:  De-boned Chicken legs stuffed with Mixed mushrooms and butterfly chicken stuffed with prosciutto, 24 month Quebec cheese, truffle and foie gras

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New Zealand

Auckland

Lava Dining @ Sofitel

Highlights:  Chicken Terrine, Serrano Ham, Black Truffle, Maderia, Pickles

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Dunedin

Marbecs Foodstore:

Highlights:  Cuban Sandwich

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Napier

Indigo:

Highlights:   Mixed Tandoor Platter for two

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Paihia

Provenir:

Highlights: Southern Prawn, Hand Cut Semonlina Noodles, Roasted Cherry Tomatoes, Spicy Scampi Noodles

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Wellington

Egmont St Eatery:

Highlights: Egg Omlette with Pork Fresh Greens and XO Sauce

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Grill Meats Beer:

Highlights:  Ice Cream Sandwich

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Hong Kong

Tim Ho Wan:

Highlights:  Tonic Medlar

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Fook Lam Moon:

Highlights:  BBQ Pork Pie

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Joel Rubicon:

Highlights: La Langoustine

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Taiwan

Taipei

Ding Tai Fung:  

Highlights:  The Xiao Long Bao

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Fu Hang Dou Jian:  

Highlights:  Xian Dou Jiang

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Vietnam

Danang

La Maison 1888: 

Hightlights: Roulé marquis, chocolate roulade filled with whipped cream

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6 Responses to Mr Wasabi Recommended Dishes

  1. Mike says:

    Do you recommend to eat the deboned chicken with 3 fingers or 4?

  2. Have you tried the snapper dish with seaweed and squid ink at Clooneys (Auckland)? It’s quite unique!

  3. Stu says:

    You should try Field and Green in Wellington. I’ll give you a $ back guarantee. It’s behind the Museum Hotel – where The Big Bad Wolf used to be. They are open most days for breaky and lunch and a few nights for dinner. It’s FAB – every time we are in Wlg for work we go there. Let ms know what you think. Cheers, GastroGnome

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