Moga – 4/5

Moga - 4/5 It's hard to remember the house which previously sat where Moga in Rosalie is now found. Split into two sections, with a sushi train inside and a large alfresco area by the street, Moga is a cleverly designed space, adding to the eclectic mix of Baroona Road. Izakaya style dining is what Moga is all about so we recommend visiting in a group. Our table of four had the edamame, the small sashimi, the Rosalie roll (tempura prawn and grilled white fish), grilled plum chicken, yaki nasu dengaku miso (eggplant), chicken karaage and the pictured soft shell crab agedashi tofu. We accompanied our food with Japanese beers - Kirin, Saporro and Ebisu. Service was quite erratic over the course of our dinner. The restaurant has outdoor heating for chilly nights.

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146 Baroona Road, Rosalie

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