With the busyness of this past month, I have to admit I needed a break so the boys and I decided we would go out to dinner. I opted for Haru, a modern Japanese restaurant.
The first time I ate at Haru was as a mystery shopper. Although I wasn’t paid to perform the shop, I was able to enjoy an amazing lunch with a co-worker. I don’t believe I would ever have eaten at Haru if not for the mystery shopper opportunity. I normally eat a homemade lunch. When I did purchase lunch, I would spend no more than $7. However, since the company was picking up the tab for me and one other, we went.
The ambiance was intimate, perfect for a date or business meeting. The servers were attentive, without being obtrusive. When served, I loved the presentation. And the food, ahhh the food … it was sabroso/savory/tasty/delicious! Yes, sabroso means all of those words and Haru’s food was sabroso to the 10th degree!
During this outing, my boys and I were seated in the back with other families. The seating was just right for us. We were able to talk, laugh and catch up to our heart’s content. We also snatched tasted food from each other’s plate. Below are a few of the items we ordered.
Although I can’t give you the recipes for the above, I can suggest you check out your nearest Haru. In fact, our dinner wasn’t too pricey. I spent the same amount I would have spent at an Applebee restaurant, about $120, with tip, and Haru’s meal, service and ambiance was wayyyyy better!
Do you have a Sabroso Saturday recipe you would like to share? It’s easy!
If you are a blogger, you can share a sabroso/tasty recipe you have posted this week on your blog by adding a DIRECT link to it below.
If you do not blog but have a Latinalicious recipe that you would like to share, shoot me an e-mail at MsLatina (AT) latinaonamission.com with “Sabroso Saturday” in the Subject line. If I am able to make it at home and my family enjoys it, I will feature it!
Readers can view linked-up recipes by clicking on their names below.
Enjoy & have a healthy Sabroso Saturday!