More than 1 year since we visited Sanur, the main road has become much more alive. Seems that the recovery form pandemic time is going well. However, this results in difficulties to find a quiet place to have dinner after an evening at the beach.
Grace mentioned Yuki Maru, a Japanese restaurant well hidden from Sanur main road. This place is small, 5 tables only, and don’t accept reservation. She also said that Yuki Maru is located inside a small road that makes parking to be challenging. So, we stopped at Sanur main road, and walk a good few hundred meters. Grace is right that Yuki Maru only has like 5 tables. Thankfully, only 2 tables got occupied, and we manage to get a table for 3 of us.
Aside serving Ramen, Yuki Maru also serve snacks like Korroke, selections of Salads, and as we expect from Japanese place, Gyoza. The salads and starters is quite mouthwatering that we were thinking to skip ordering main course.
One of favorite food of Ethan is Dashimaki Rice, Japanese cheese rice wrapped in egg, then cut into bite size, just like sushi. One can just use chopstick to pick and eat the wrapped rice
Not enough with the cheese from Dashimaki Rice, we also ordered Mozarella Rice Ball, and Korokke. If you know Croquette, Korokke is Japanese version of Croquette.
Yuki maru is on Instagram @yukimarusanur. There are limited parking available, but considering that Yuki Maru only has 5 tables, this should be less issue than finding tables during the busy hour.