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Sushi House At Bukit Indah And Desserts Cafe In Sutera, Johor

FOR THE SECOND TIME, I WENT TO SUSHI HOUSE AGAIN... this time with with Aaron but without my girl.  We wanted to show him the "Ship Sushi" which we ordered during the first time we were there but we ended up ordering a "Boat" instead.  There were only five of us this time while the other time, there were six of us.  So since the sushi-s this time were lesser, they gave us a smaller "boat" instead of the "ship" we had previously in this post.

Prices are quite reasonable here, I dare say Ipoh Sushi does not have this price as low as RM1.80 anymore.  As the taste, these are very compatible and the business here are brisk every evening, I heard.  They even have the Loe Sang and we ordered a small portion to try... to get the feel of it in a Japanese restaurant.
A small portion cost RM18

As the sauce was being poured.... 
And after... soon the tossing began.... 
Ordered this set for RM15.80...
And soon after, the "boat" arrived as well....
An impressive presentation as usual... 
We ordered some side dishes as well, soft crabs, crispy salmon skins and edamame... 
The bill came to around RM137... 
No, the evening did not end there.... someone suggested desserts in Sutera....
I forgot the name of the shop... too bad... 
We still have "room" for ondeh-ondeh.... 
And a piece of "char kueh"... 
Pumpkin and almond sweet dessert... 
Honeymelons.... 
And finally, a bowl of Sweet Beancurd with Gingko.... 
Really feel blessed and thankful for this wonderful evening!


Comments

  1. The pumpkin and almond sweet dessert looks tempting, don't think I try that before...

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  2. Wah. The yee sang is so nice. I like the dessert.

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  3. Sushi and yee sang for me anytime! Very nice boat. I want one sailing to my table :)

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    1. I am sailing.. I am sailing.. home again.. cross the sea...

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  4. The meal is done so beautifully! I do remember the ship! What an impressive presentation! OH, those green balls with coconut around them look so pretty, I want to taste one.

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    1. Those are from honeymelons... yes, very refreshing..

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  5. reading your post makes me want to eat Japanese food. your daughter when she reads this post will want to eat them too. so delicious! i wanted to lousang at a japanese restaurant this year but did not so next year i must do so.

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    1. Once awhile I am fine with Japanese food, yes, my girl loves it very much!

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  6. I love ondeh ondeh...and tofu fa! They say gingko improves memory, eat more. LOL!!!

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  7. So much yummy desserts. The size of the ondeh-ondeh is so huge when compared to the chilly saucer.

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