Forget the line ups, overpriced buffets and food that isn’t so ‘fresh’. The newest concept in all-you-can eat dining is here and it’s table service, fresh food made to order and delicious Japanese cuisine at Mugen house!
Mugen House Japanese Restaurant & Bar is the first of this style of restaurant in Adelaide. For $34.99 per person you can order anything you like from the menu and the team will make it fresh, just like any other fine dining restaurant.
Think, sushi, sashimi, edamame, teppanyaki, tempura and more! Sen and his team at Mugen House will welcome you in two sessions on busy evenings. Indulge in a 5.30pm – 7.30pm, or a 7.30pm – 9.30pm session. Kids are not forgotten, with 4-12 year olds for $20, and children under 4 eating for free. If all-you-can eat isn’t your thing you can also order individual items from the menu too.
WHAT TO TRY? Stopping by for a session, we tried all the mouthwatering goodies. The all-you-can eat concept is a perfect way to try something new and sample things you haven’t ordered before.
ENTREES from $4.50 Start your meal with some delicious bite sized eats. We loved the seafood tempura, pork and vegetable gyoza, vegetable spring rolls, edamame and beef tataki.
TEPPANYAKI from $4.50 per serve Meaning ‘grilled on an iron plate’, teppanyaki is a traditional way of cooking. Some must try options are the prawn skewers, chicken yakitori, and succulent beef steak in teppanyaki style.
SUSHI PLATTER $21.00 For a larger group, or if you are really hungry a sushi platter ticks all the boxes. A platter full of salmon, tuna, shrimp, chicken, Inari sushi and more.
SUSHI & SASHIMI COMBINATION PLATTER This is a salmon lovers dream. Salmon sashimi, salmon sushi nori, ebi nori and inria.
Mugen House stocks a fantastic selection of award winning sake, whiskey and beer on tap. An expert bartender is on hand to serve you up a cocktail or two with your Japanese feast.
Sen recommendeds a few unique Japanese drops to try on your next visit.
The Hakushu Single Malt Japanese Whiskey Produced from the pure waters of the Southern Japanese Alps, it’s a green, fresh whisky with a crisp and vibrant taste.
Hakkaisan Junmai Ginjo Sake This Sake is produced using the spring
water that flows from Mount Hakkai. Smooth pure and mellow, it’s hand-made using a slow fermentation at low temperature.