The Slate, 5 minutes from the airport at Nai Yang Beach
Serving up authentic Japanese, Rivet is a whimsical world of exciting tastes and flavours.
Open time: Friday to Monday from 6.30-11pm
Resevation: 0 7632 7006www.theslatephuket.com/rivet-and-rebar
SUSHI RICE (1 portion)
Cook sushi rice to desired texture and keep warm and moist.
SUSHI RICE VINEGAR MIXTURE
Mix all ingredients and boil till salt and sugar dissolved. Set aside to cool down. Once vinegar mixtures cooled down, to mix with cooked warm sushi rice. On a tray, spread the sushi rice and fan it till it cools down.
In a bowl, mix all ingredients together and keep chilled.
Placed sushi rice mixture on sushi nori seaweed and spread our evenly. Gently spoon salmon stuffing on sushi rice. Carefully roll as in the photo and set aside.
Mix all ingredient together and keep chill in fridge. Gently flour salmon maki and dip into chilled tempura dough and deep fry in hot oil at 160°C until light golden brown.
Remove from deep fryer and cut into desired size. Placed cut salmon maki tempura on plate and garnish with mayonnaise, tobiko and spring onion as shown in the photo.
About the chef Thanuphet
Also known as “Chef Phet”, he joined The Slate during Rivet’s transformation into a Japanese Restaurant, working closely with consultant Chef Toshiyuki Koike, owner of Enzo in Khao Lak.
Chef Phet brings over 10 years of experience in creating delicately prepared Japanese food, sourced from only the best local and Japanese suppliers, ensuring every meal is as exquisite as it can be.
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