A couple of weeks ago, I visited Nama Nama Restaurant on Spring Street, Melbourne.
I've been there about 3 times already and I really like the place and food. It is a Japanese restaurant and they're popular for their Udon and Bento. They have sushi and yummy desserts as well :)
(Images taken from previous posts)
It is quite pricey for me but I don't mind going back there once in a while.
What I really like about the place is also the fact that the waiters/waitress are Japanese. It is really authentic and I know I'm getting the real deal lol. Besides that, they use recycled materials for some parts in the restaurant. I find that really cool and interesting :) Save the earth!
Recycled Milk Crates used as tables
Recycled Milk Crates made into a small side table
Exterior View of Window Design
Isn't it lovely? :D I enjoy the atmosphere and the simple design. The food is really nice too :)
When I went there last week, I took these photos for an assignment which was related to Sustainability. So, I entered the shop around 3-4 pm on a Friday afternoon and I was the only customer.
There was a Japanese waiter (he was cute xD) and I asked him which dessert is highly recommended? He recommended an apple cake and I decided to order that.
It was soooo yummy xD I really liked it. When I took a few bites, the waiter came and gave me a glass of hot soy milk. I was surprised because I knew that I didn't order that. I gave him a confused look lol.
|That's the cake :)|
He said he gave that to me because it goes really well with the apple cake. Oh my heart melted xD
He was nice and polite. Good service! xD