Wednesday, 19 October 2011

Nabe Time!

More Japanese food "makan" session for us!

We were undecided on where to eat last Friday and not really wanting to opt for fast food which was Raimie's first suggestion, we opted to heed his other suggestion. He wanted to eat sushi, AGAIN.

I had a bit of problem with my tummy rumbling disagreeably, as a side effect of taking an anti-inflammatory medicine so I wanted to eat something warm, soupy and not spicy.
The best choice for me - nabe! Minced chicken, tofu, egg, veges and a bowl of rice for just RM15.90 at Sushi Zen. For those wanting to know more about "nabe", hop over to Dru's blog. He has written a pretty detailed explanation about it.
Raimie and his unagi roll, aptly named the "Stamina Roll".
And Zaini had kakiage-don

After all these Japanese food that we've been consuming, I start to have a hankering for Korean food. Maybe we should eat Korean food this Friday. Bibimbap, anyone?

16 comments:

  1. The one thing that always strikes me about Japanese food is their presentation. Even the simplest plate of sushi looks too good to eat :)

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  2. I love a bit of spicy Korean food. Japanese nabe is a great winter warmer :)

    Japan Australia

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  3. @sriyany,
    Yeah, Japanese food presentation is a sight to behold. I think it stems from their food culture of "Power of Five" where food should be enjoyed by five senses : taste, smell, sight, touch & hear. :) Then there is of course five colours & five attitudes in partaking food. Who says eating is a simple exercise? xD

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  4. @Japan Australia,
    Both are nice. Korean spicy food work wonders during cold nights too. :)

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  5. The only Japanese food I like is the urmmm, Teriyaki kind :D

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  6. @Nick,
    Those are nice too. My fave is salmon teriyaki. :)
    Oooo that reminds me. Haven't been cooking those in ages at home. ;p

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  7. oh yeah, sometimes i do just want to have something simple - hot soupy clear and not spicy.. hmmm, steamboat not bad huh?? hahahaha~~ :D

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  8. but i think the kakiage-don looks more appetizing for me.. hey, it's almost midnight, i cannot keep thinking about food.. i want to go to sleep!! :D

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  9. Wish I was in KL so I can join you for Korean BBQ. :P

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  10. I'm busy attending a course and will be taking tests for the next 3 Fridays. Sorry for not dropping and commenting.

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  11. @SK,
    Steambot is very nice. I looooove steamboat. :) But I like my soup and my sauce spicy so not good to eat steamboat when all I want is some hot, clear soup. ;p

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  12. @ecl,
    All the best with your tests! Wow! 3 some more!

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  13. True, soupy works great for me sometimes too. All the dishes look delicious.

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  14. @HappySurfer,
    And hot soup work wonders on a cold, rainy nights like we're having now. :)

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  15. I also discover alot offood styes/types here.

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  16. @WebbieLady,
    That's good. What your fave food there?

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