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NIJYUMARU Japanese Restaurant At Taman Sutera, Johor

HEARD ANDY BOOKING A RESERVATION WHILE I WAS IN THE ROOM... wonder what transpired between brother and sister earlier and when he finished calling, he said "Let's go! They can only reserved the place until 7.30pm..." And it was almost 7pm when we left our place and the road to Sutera Mall was quite jammed up... However we reached the place five minutes before the reservation time. We did not have to wait and were ushered inside almost immediately...
 How to pronounce this?  
Actually I didn't know the name of the place they booked...
I just followed... quietly.....
Must be very popular here.... 
Nice ambience....  happy smile.... 
And now the food.... 
This came first... as appetizer....
Must be ordered by my girl.....
 My girl's ramen....
Andy's bento...
My Kimchi Fried Rice....
Terriyaki Mackerel...
Salted Squid.... taste like salted crabs!
Ok...my dear, I didn't take a lot.. just moderately....
And the total cost for this dinner came to RM105...
No wonder one needs to make reservation and the place is pretty crowded each night....
Food was great... nice ambience... easy parking.... 
Weekend meals have come to an end...
It is back to Home Cooking again after this! 




Comments

  1. Ahhhhh!!!! Japanese! My girl would love this so so so much, I'm sure. Hmmm...so thin! Eat more, Andy! LOL!!!

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  2. not ngum chiak coz i dun like seaweed...only will chiak the sotong...that one look very nice leh....J would love the rest la .

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  3. wah, looks good leh, no wonder need to make reservations, and i can see got people sitting outside to wait for table leh.. hmmm, i think your cousin who loves to eat Japanese ramen would probably like this place huh?? hehehe.. and the squid tastes like crab?? i am confused, hahaha~~ :p

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    1. Maybe it is because of the salted that reminded me of the salted crab as well...

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  4. Wah, you eat Japanese! All looks good. I would be very happy there :)

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  5. First time commenting on your wonderful blog. \(^-^)/
    "NI-JYU-MARU (pronounced as Ni-Juu(zu-u as in juicy) Maru)" means a double circle or a circle within a circle. It literally means "very good".

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    1. Wow.. thank you for the translation and coming by my blog... hope to visit yours if you could disclose the name.. :)

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    2. Sorry for not leaving a name in my first post...I was not very familiar with the setting. m(_ _)m
      I was first attracted to your food blog (^o^); but upon further reading, your cheerful personality, close family bond and faith make visiting your blog a blessed encounter.

      # I don't own a blog but enjoy browsing interesting blogs; especially those on food!

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    3. Thank you Satsuki! Sounds kind of Japanese so are you one? Thanks for coming by anyway... :)

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    4. I was born and raised in Singapore but have been living in Japan after marrying my Japanese husband(^-^;)/.

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  6. Though not into Japanese food but the salted squid caught my attention. Both my kids would love this.

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  7. I like to eat Japanese food, all dishes look so tasty. Good family bonding time.

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  8. I still have not acquired a taste for Japanese food...everything looks nice as long as no raw ingredients.

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  9. This is one of the better Japanese restaurants in JB. They have two branches, one near Sutera Mall here and Permas Jaya. I have been to both and it's not easy to get a seat, usually you have to reserve. Anyway, their food is fresh and nice as well as they served quite promptly. A good place for Japanese food, I thought of bring you guys here last time but ended up dim sum....

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    1. Never mind, there is always a next time! hahahaa...

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  10. I love ramen, look at the soup, so rich and flavourful, I can drink and slurp all, maybe lick the bowl too :)

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  11. Strange name for a restaurant. If we translate literally, it means "Two Heavy Balls"... oh gosh... I wonder if there is an actual meaning to this name!

    But I agree the food looks great lah... I'd have the ramen and squid!

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    1. No la... not that meaning... one of the commenters already translated as per above.. hahahaa.. sounds much much better..

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  12. The food looks so delicious! I would love the rolls and the ramen too! Same taste with your girl! Hehe

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