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Dining Out At Dozo Japanese Restaurant

JAILHOUSE BREAK...

For the first time since March 18th, I dined out with my friends a couple of nights ago.  At first we thought of food delivery but it was kind of a special day, we forgo the idea of delivery.  Since Ipoh is kind of "green zone".. we plucked up our courage and made a reservation at Dozo, a Japanese restaurant.  We went there early at 5.30pm, upon entering, we have to sanitize our hands, scan the Wesejahtera app and filled in our details.  Then we were ushered to our dining table.

No more back to back table but three of us could be seated at the same table.  No point going if each of us had to be seated separately, right?  Then came the empty plates and they were still very warm to my touch.  Hmmm... kind of comforting though... No more sushi-s on the moving belt like those days, we just had to take our orders from the menu. 
This is free of charge when we "checked-in" through their Facebook page...
Cost around RM30 for this roll... 
Their house special salad dipped in roasted sesame sauce... 
Spicy Ramen....
Unagi fried rice....
And shrimps from the appetizers page.... 
For the 3 of us.... 
Bill came to RM119... 
For desserts, we had to take-away...
Bought three scoops of ice cream from Inside Scoop...
And back to my house to continue with my friend's birthday celebration... 

Comments

  1. The food was presented very nicely! I bet this was the first time in months that things have almost seemed back to normal for you.

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  2. Ok la. Green zone can do dine in, justbe careful don't simply touch here and there and touch face. Good food. Wishing your friend a happy birthday

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  3. I've yet to break out of jail! Haven't gone for Japanese, so long already...ever since before COVID-19!

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  4. Guess life has resumed normal huh? :D

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  5. Very nice food so beautifully presented, so typical of the Japanese.

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  6. It's good you ventured out with friends to a restaurant. We can now slowly slowly dine out and now is best time because not many people. LOL!

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  7. The food look gorgeous and tasty, i so miss dining at japanese restaurants.

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