12.07.2013

Ji Ji Asian Kitchen on Carnival Sunshine




This was a hit!!! I would highly recommend taking part in the Ji Ji Asian Kitchen. It is an additional $12.00 a person but that is really nothing when you look at everything you get.


You can make reservations at the restaurant or you will see this station around the ship with someone who will take your reservation.


I loved everything about this restaurant from the theme, style, food, and games.




Each table was set up just like this.



We went to dinner in the evening so the lights were turned down low and it made for a great atmosphere.


You start off with the server rolling the dice. Then each person rolls and the person that gets the same number at the server takes down the order for the table. Eddie was the winner for our table. I thought this was such a fun idea.



He did a great job going over all the items with us and the fun part is we picked three appetizers and three entrees. The idea is to share items but we had the chance to each pick something and then share.


Eddie and Trey did a good job with their chopsticks and we loved the way they were set up on the tables.


The menu was set up great to really explain each dish and where it was from. It made it very easy to order and try something new.


This was complements of the chef. I don't have anything to compare it to when describing but it was so good. Each sauce had a different level of heat and was so delicious.



The first appetizer we ordered was the Jade Shrimp Har Gow descriped as a shrimp bonnet, these delicate dumplings are served with their signature Ji Ji sauce. So good!


Extra sauces they provided which were also very good.


This is the Jiaozi Pot Stickers. Shrimp dumplings, pea shoots, radish and green apple. So yummy.


You must order the Slow Braised Pork Belly. Carmel chili sauce with black vinegar. Pomelo citrus fruit, Chinese chives with gorgonzola, spiced purple onions. Very good.



Our first entrée was the Kung Pao Chicken.


Shrimp Fried Rice.



Green Pepper Steak.


White rice to go with each dish.



Singapore Chili Shrimp.


You can see how wonderful everything looks. Now its time for dessert!


Caramelized Crepes.



Rose Crème Brulee with Ginger Ice Cream.


Fried Wonton in coconut milk.


And to end the dinner with Fortune Cookies!


We had such a great time and I would highly recommend it!



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