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Azuma Treat At Queensbay Mall, Penang

MY GIRL TOLD ME SUSHI ZENTO IS SUSHI AZUMA... Same with the one in Ipoh... but this Azuma is in Queensbay, Penang.  My girl wanted to try the food there and so we went after our heavy dim sum in Maxim.  It was almost 5pm when we entered the restaurant, just nice, no crowd and no waiting for tables... By then we were quite hungry....
Initially I didn't know it was the same franchise or owner... 
No wonder the utensils and the layout look so familiar...
My girl ordered most of her food from rotating belt... 
Her favourites...among the sushi ordered... 
Octopus... something....
As for me, I stick to salmon fried rice....

With Saba fish on terriyaki sauce.... 
Our Dinner at Queensbay... 


Comments

  1. wah.. heavy dimsum at Maxim and then right away headed to this Sushi Azuma, these two ladies really no play-play one, haha!! nice sushi, octopus, saba and salmon fried rice.. :)

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    1. It was almost 5pm when we entered sushi.. hehehe... food digested liow..

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  2. All the food looks great & I like the salmon fried rice.

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  3. hahaha penyakit berjangkit from me...octopus something something

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    1. hahahaha.. cannot remember their names la...

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  4. Your girl and i, we can shake hand, like Japanese foods, hehe...

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  5. I like your salmon fried rice and Saba fish even though I am not a fan of Japanese food.

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  6. I love to eat Japanese food. So tasty! You and your daughter are looking good!

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  7. I like Japanese food especially the handrolls and sashimi.

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    1. All the raw stuff, right? My kids will like those..

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  8. I love Jap.food ! great bonding time with your girl :)

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