Kura Kura Restaurant, NSW
As for my main dish, there is an abundance of steamed white rice, red pickled ginger and then the slices of crumbed chicken pieces amongst the pool of Japanese curry.
The edamame beans were overly seasoned with sea salt to my liking but props to the Kura kitchen for making them still hot as I find some places do serve it cold yet I seem to prefer them warmed up. I also really did enjoy the agedashi tofu that was laced with bonito flakes, a light soy sauce and the batter on the outside of the tofu seemed to part away quite easily without extra effort.
Miss Sunshine's soft shell crab was a generous serving and had great presentation out of all of dishes we ate. Served on some salad and dressed with a Japanese mayonnaise, the crispy soft shell crab pieces were lined up on top and she seemed really content with her main meal. Then her second favourite, the side order of the seaweed salad had arrived. She went through that salad so fast! I managed to get a taste of it, though. Her salmon sashimi proved to be fresh as well.