She recommend Nagoya which is a very modern Japanese restaurant targeting the lunch hour crowd in the CBD area.
In Mandarin, that is pronounced as Ming Gu Wu - directly translated to name,ancient,house.
Teriyaki Beef Set - approx $10.50
Comes with 2 large pieces of sushi, fruits,teriyaki beef, salad and rice. Beef was very well marinated with strong teriyaki flavour but it was a bit dry. The sushi was fresh and nice.
Chicken Katsu Set - approx $10.50
This was what my colleague ordered.The interior of the restaurant is simple and modern. It is also very spacious so you you won't have trouble finding a table - save you the trouble of coming up with excuses to tell your boss why you are late. It was crowded with men in suits and females in formal officewear. There are also people who wear jeans and carry ridiculous handbags with a huge siamese cat/pug design in the front like myself. nomnomnom, chatchatchat, time to go back to workworkwork