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Celebrating Not In Hokkaido But Zento, Ipoh

SUPPOSEDLY TO GO HOKKAIDO LAST EVENING.... but ended up in Sushi Zento instead.  The place in Hokkaido was fully booked for the Christmas Eve, no reservations, no seats, they apologized, it is fine, no worries, we told them.  We adjourned to Sushi Zento, waited for five to ten minutes and we were seated comfortably for the next two hours.

By then we were hungry already and ended up ordering more than enough for the three of us... Everything seems to come in "Twins" for the evening, as my friend mentioned when the food arrived.  .Actually we left the ordering to the one who gave us the treat... Both of us just have to sit back and wait for the food.... 
Twin Garlic Rice... 
Fried Chicken.... 
Fried Salmon... 
See what I mean?
Gozi... 
Another type of Gozi... 
Ramen... only this did not come double... 
Otherwise we won't be able to finish!
And Teriyaki Saba to go with our rice... 
The two happy ladies who get the Christmas Treat!
Thank you for the Japanese Super-full Dinner!!



Comments

  1. Lovely treat. Long time did not have Japanese food.

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  2. The fried chicken, flounder and Ramen look so good! Hope you had a great Christmas!!

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  3. Though I am new to Japanese food, I like the food there.

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  4. Japanese? I thought you're not really into their cuisine, more your girl's favourite. She's not home for Christmas?

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  5. Ceh, I thought you really going to Hokkaido, Japan and missed it. It would have been more awesome to have dinner in the real Hokkaido XD

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  6. Japanese food for me anytime. Lovely photos of two happy ladies

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  7. I love Japanese food, except Ramen

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