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Saturday Dinner At Azuma Sushi Sutera, Johor

NINTH DAY OF CHINESE NEW YEAR....

After the heavy lunch at Johor Jaya, we had a late dinner around 8.30pm.  Our tummies were still very full, the long walk at AEON Tebrau did not help to lessen the calories, only help to lighten my wallet instead!  LOL....

Back in our little nest to rest, we did not plan to go anywhere specific until the very last moment at 8pm, we thought of going to Nijyumaru for Japanese food.  Called up for reservation only to be told that we had to wait until 9pm for our table.  Seems this restaurant is very popular in Johor Sutera... instead of waiting, we opted for Azuma Sushi along the same road.  No reservation needed, we just walked in and sat down, then I found out that Ipoh has the same branch too called Sushi Zento.  So the food is nothing new to us....
Our orders for three of us.... 

Not sure what I ordered....but they look good.... 
Saba fish.... 
Squarish slices.... easier to cook?
Perhaps next time I can try this at home.... 


Comments

  1. Don't forget about me when you try to cook at home... Haha...

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  2. Been quite some time since i went jb, japanese food is my favourite be is sushi or fish, have to wait until 9pm will be too late, good decision to go for another option

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  3. The fish looks mouth wateringly beautiful! I have never seen one cut like this.

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  4. Have not had Japanese for a long time now. Not really crazy about it but I don't mind going for it sometimes for a change, anytime nicer than Korean, IMHO.

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  5. the roll looks like california rolls with cheese on top. in kl they also have branches. one is in pavilion I think.

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  6. Japanese! My favourite cuisine.

    I love saba fish especially grilled.

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  7. I love all those sushi rolls. I can eat two rolls all by myself.

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