An interesting fusion of Japanese and Thai food produced this Sushi burger, but if you would ask me, I personally thought it was more of an onigiri burger, with spices and meat floss (I presume?) added into it.

The salmon fillet was actually nicely grilled before the wasabi mayonnaise was slapped on it. But honestly, the Sushi burger was already tasty enough, and the excessive use of sauces would mask the natural flavours of the other fresh ingredients.

Overall, the lunch was pleasant, with a damage of RM23.90, and I especially enjoyed the burdock root chips that came along with the star of the show. Eat it while it remained warm.