If you are drooling for the exquisite Japanese fare at Sun with Moon, my sound advice is... hit noontime to avoid a hefty bill.
The lunch menu is designed to fit variety into a tighter budget, along with the same charming ambience. Except you'll miss the moon.
Salmon Kamameshi ($19.80)
You could rely on the Salmon Kamameshi, though down-sized during lunch, which was sufficient to satiate Dad's appetite. Usual portions of salmon and salmon roe topped the fanciful rice, and is best enjoyed after the 60-second hourglass fills its base.
The pickled unagi appetiser was completely invaded by me.
Gindara Teriyaki & Sashimi Salad Set ($22.80)
Trayed up next was my Gindara Teriyaki & Sashimi Salad Set. A sticky-teriyaki-glazed cod slab, rice, pickles, miso soup, fruits and mini sashimi-dotted salad. The fish was excessively oil-bathed but i chose to bear deceptive optimissism about it- that its healthy fish fats in the works.
Matcha Tiramisu ($6)
Putting aside the unconscious appearance of our Matcha tiramisu and my minor issues with its sponge-mousse imbalance, i thought it was a mascarpone-and- bittergreentea-pairing worth forgiving. Good to go with our two cups of english breakfast tea.
...Announcing: I am now a fan of Sun with Moon.
Like many others.
Sun with Moon Japanese Dining & Cafe
501 Orchard Road
#03-15 Wheelock Place