An evening brunch menu should be two things: short and packed with tasty dishes. After a long day of work, the last thing you want to do is force your frazzled brain to make even more decisions before bedtime. So it’s great that Matagi hits the sweet spot in this department.
Seven delicious dishes from starters to desserts take the stress out of things at this Pan-Asian restaurant.
We ventured up to the restaurant at the tail-end of Ramadan so it’s predictably quiet. However, we’re at that age now where less crowds equates to a more enjoyable evening, so this is ideal.
You can see the chefs in the restaurant’s open kitchen cooking up a storm. Flames from the grill lick the air as the smell of charred beef tickles the nostrils.
Drinks were served and quickly followed by starters of seaweed salad and roasted sesame seeds, and a colourful sashimi and Maki platter starter.