01 June 2011 ~ 3 Comments

Jaws Mint East Perth

I love any restaurant that parades food in front of me such as dim sum, buffets and sushi trains. Jaws has the best sushi train around with a big selection of hot items, sushi and other unique dishes.

Jaws is in the Entertainment Book 2010/2011 and I saved $15 off my bill… that’s at least three plates for free! mmm….

Chicken Udon $6.50

Jaws Chicken Udon

The cheapest, best value for money udon around. My boyfriend’s mum use to come here just for the udon (which was only $5 back then).

The noodles are always slurping good, with some pieces of crab stick, chicken, and my favourite deep fried tempura bits which soak up the soup. Definitely my  favourite item on the menu.

Vege Tempura Nigiri $3.70

Jaws Vege Tempura Nigiri

The tempura vege includes carrot, potato and onions and it tasted really nice with the sushi rice.

Nigiri refers to sushi where there is an oval clump of rice down the bottom and miscellaneous ingredients on top. Cooked or uncooked.

Unagi (BBQ Eel) Nigiri $4.20

Jaws Unagi Nigiri

Those of you who have never tried eel, it tastes like a cross between fish and chicken. It was delicious as usual and I love that dark BBQ sauce it comes with.

Salmon Nigiri $4.20

Jaws Salmon Nirgiri

My boyfriend’s favourite dish.

Maguro (Tuna) Nigiri $4.20

Jaws Tuna Nigiri

What a lovely colour.

Aburi Salmon (Lightly Seared Salmon) Nigiri $4.20

Jaws Charred Salmon Nigiri

My boyfriend’s new favourite dish. This is the first time I’ve tried this and I love the burnt, charred flavour.

Salmon and Cheese Maki $4.90

Jaws Cheese and Salmon Maki

You will be surprised at how well cheese goes with sushi.

Maki means roll.

Tasmania Maki $4.20

Jaws Tasmanian Maki

Fresh salmon with avocado toped with chilli mayonnaise.

Prawn Tempura Maki $4.20

Jaws Tempura Prawn Maki

Amazing with the japanese mayonnaise on top and the crunchy tail bit at the end is so crispy.

Terriyaki Chicken $4.20

Jaws Teriyaki Chicken

The skin was crisp yet saucy at the same time.

Crab Balls $5.50

Jaws Crab Balls

My second favourite item on the menu, the first being the Udon. This deep fried crab ball is made up of stringy crab stick bits and is served with chilli mayonnaise. Why must I love all deep fried items so much?

Fried Japanese Oysters $5.50

Jaws Fried Japanese Oysters

Enough said.

Calamari Rings $4.20

Jaws Calamari Rings

Golden and hot. Always a winner.

Chilli Mayonnaise $0.60

Jaws Chilli Mayonnaise

A mixture of chilli sauce and japanese mayonnaise.

Creme Brulee $4.20

Jaws Creme Burlee

Extremely smooth and delicious creme brulee! Not overly sweet with a cracking sugar layer. I almost went for another serve.

The Jaw’s in East Perth in the Mint building is quite small so if you have a group of 6 or more be sure to come early to be able to sit together. They also do great takeaway packs and sashimi.

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3 Responses to “Jaws Mint East Perth”

  1. foodie cravings 4 June 2011 at 9:46 am Permalink

    I didn’t know Jaws had creme brulee – yum, looks amazing, will have to remember next time I go! Haven’t tried the East Perth Jaws before so will have to check it out :)

    • littlemi 4 June 2011 at 11:42 am Permalink

      Hi Foodie Cravings,

      It is to die for and it’s in the Entertainment book 2011/12.

      LMB

  2. mztiff 20 June 2011 at 9:52 pm Permalink

    I actually prefer East Perth to Hay St, not as busy therefore less people to fight for the best dishes :p


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