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Kirishima Japanese Restaurant At Cititel Hotel, Penang

NOW I AM TRYING TO RECALL WHAT WE DID AFTER OUR SWEET DELIGHTS AT NEW WORLD... hmmmm... I am indeed getting old, I just could not remember... I suspect that all of us must have gone back to the hotel and had a good Zzzzzz.... that is the best reason I could think of now... hahahaa...Thank goodness I have pictures to help me with my posts!

On the second evening of our stay in Penang, we had our dinner at Kirishima, a Japanese restaurant housed within the Cititel Hotel in town.  My friend recommended this place, he said it is one of the best Japanese restaurants he has ever tasted... really!  And hearing that, we did not have to crack our heads for dinner and since my kids are Japanese food lovers........

And so here we are.... inside a private room nearest to the entrance...
Perhaps special treatment for me in my walker condition? :)
As for the food, we ordered this set....
Something very raw...
I just took a piece and left the others to them...
These came with the set....
Definitely not for me too..... the roes! 
Oh MY!!
I am a Real Chinese Auntie...
Must go for rice....
And Sanma Fish or something like that in terriyaki sauce....
Ramen is not to be missed.... Tasty soup....
My girl as usual will order something like that.....

And surprisingly, I like them!
Two pieces and I am good....
That was all for dinner that came to around RM150.00...
Yes, that was about all... 
Indeed a very ravishing dinner that leave our tummies fully Full!





Comments

  1. My mum just like you. Very Chinese, only eat rice. She never into sushi and raw food anyway.

    And I am like your girl. Order something spectacular and unusual. Haha.

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    1. Rose, my mom is like your mom, never into sushi and raw food, she says sushi cold cold, not nice

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    2. hahaha.. maybe older adults like me and your moms are like that!! We prefer chinese food anytime!

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  2. the food looks good!!! and rarely see Ipoh Food Mayor blog about Japanese food like her cousin always do, hehe.. what Chinese Auntie?? the Japanese chahan (fried rice) are usually very good and I also like leh~~

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    1. Oh I didnt blog much about Japanese? My kids love them.. not so much for me...

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  3. I do take some Japanese food, but they must be cooked.

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  4. Am not a fan of Japanes/Korean food but my kids love them. Am scared to eat raw things.Anyway, the food looks good.

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  5. You're like one of my friend, chinese foods, hehe...

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  6. Your fish looks like a Saba shioyaki though. Not sanma. Hihihi

    Looks good.

    I would've walloped everything! Lol

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  7. I agree with Lina as I don't see any teriyaki sauce on the fish so it should be shioyaki (grilled with salt) instead. I like to eat Japanese food too but couldn't eat too often because too expensive for me.

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  8. The food looks good and the price is expected to be like that so a good meal! Happy weekend to you!

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  9. Gosh!!! I stayed in that hotel so many times but I never got to dine at their Japanese restaurant. When in Penang, it is all about hawker food - so many nice things to eat and enjoy, no time for Japanese...of much else, for that matter.

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  10. This type of makan suits me quite well hah..hah... But my parents don't like :(

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