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Japanese Sushi For The Birthday Kid

BIG DAY FOR ANDY! He is indeed growing up fast... so much taller than me already and I have to look UP to him, get what I mean?  LOL...

For his special day, a group of us went to have a very scrumptious meal at a Japanese restaurant called Sushi House.  We did not make any booking and even though it was a weekday and raining heavily, the place was full to the brim.  Something must be really good here then.... and by the end of the meal, we know that we must come back again... and again.... The food was given Thumbs UP and the more Thumbs for the prices as well.... LOL...

We were given a piece of paper to write our choices and were given another piece when the list got longer and longer... The theme of the evening seems to be... "Order what you like.. no limit!"  And that was what we did....
The food came out in Giant Ship-like... Presentation was very impressive... 

Part of the food we ordered.... 
Addition after the food on the ship was "walloped" in no time... 
A bit of this and that....
Udon in miso soup... 
With Tempura vegetables... 
Grilled fish and two bowls of rice and miso soup... 
Two plates of Soft Crabs... and a plate of Fried Salmon Skin... 
3 plates of Green Beans.. 
and what else... hmmmmm....
Ok, total cost ..... RM150 plus!
Andy's Multi-Expressions.... 
Make It Happen was the theme of the evening.... 
And the Happy Group who Made it Happen for Him... 
Thank you for the Satisfying Yummy Japanese Dinner, Dears!!
And A Blessed Birthday to the Boy Who has Grown Older by One Year!
LOL....




Comments

  1. Wahhhh the ship!!!

    I tell you, next time, go try the Japanese-Italian buffet at The Zon Hotel, that duty free area by the sea. They have an impressive sushi boat there too! And the food not bad...

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    1. wahhh.. how about the price then? Too expensive beh tahan la...

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  2. Happy birthday, Andy!

    What a wonderful treat. I love the ship presentation too.

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  3. wow sumptuous Japanese meal! happy birthday Andy!

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  4. You really DID make it happen! This place looks AMAZING!! The large ship container is so cool! And the food looks wonderful! So fresh, and the tempura looks light and gorgeous! Everything looks so fancy and beautiful! You must go back, maybe for birthday with your other two!

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  5. P.S. Tonight WE are taking OUR son out for his birthday! A coincidence for sure.

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  6. Now that's a beautiful boat!!! Yes, Andy...make it happen...soon!!! Happy birthday, cheers!!!

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  7. Happy birthday to your son! Totally love the display of food 👍🏻

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  8. Oh, it comes in a boat, so nice! That's a wonderful birthday celebration for Andy.

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  9. happy birthday to Andy! what a grand celebration! delicious food!

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  10. Happy Birthday Andy! Love all the sushi presented on the boat and love the tempura too! Slurps!

    Wonderful celebration for him

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