Tuesday, 4 December 2012

The Birthday Meal

 Who needs a birthday cake when you can have this?
Close up on Raimie's birthday sashimi dish. Missing here : a birthday candle. ^^
He had salmon teppanyaki set too. Damn huge salmon steak there. Can feed a family of three - no problem. All for a "mere" RM30.00
Mommy decided to have the seafood teppanyaki after drooling over Daddy's the last time we came here.
 Daddy had beef teppanyaki.
and this.

We were seriously stuffed eating all these and that's before they served the complimentary mochi. 

Always love this place (you probably would know where it is, if you read my previous posts) but I'm not going to tell you what/where it is again. Ahahaha!!!! It got rather popular after it was featured in TV3 and man... the different clientele the TV show brought - let's say we'll eat here again on non-peak i.e. weekends and for dinner. We'll just have to make sure we come when the Japanese bosses come for their lunch i.e. weekdays lunch and not when the clueless masses arrive. Yeah yeah... I'm such a snob.

33 comments:

  1. why is it that all the complimentary items are always served last?

    anyways, I'm back to blogging and Im currently hosting an international giveaway prom. I hope you find time to join.

    best regards

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    1. so that you are already stuffed with what you pay for, and then will eat less of the complimentary items~~ :p

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    2. Ocha is FOC and they served it first! LOL

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  2. definitely kenyang sampai laying on the floor moveless!! the portions are huge and you are sharing one hug sashimi platter, plus handroll sushi!! :D

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    1. Really kenyang until want to lausai immediately! Bwahaha

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  3. Wahhhh!!!! Lucky boy! Japanese is expensive - must have cost a bomb...but never mind, you're rich. Just got your bonus. Wah!!!! So nice to be born this time of the year hor? Hehehehehehe!!!!!

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    1. Nama pun it's a birthday treat mah...

      Some more, we don't do parties. This is definitely cheaper than holding a birthday party with a cake that we don't eat. ;p

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  4. i don't believe raimie can finish that sashimi platter and also that huge portion of salmon teriyakki set!! sure this hungry Mak Rempit steal 60% of the platter and left each of her boys with only 20%~~ :D

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    1. I eat very daintily what! Muahaha

      Zaini helped cleaned all the plates la. Hahaha

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  5. that "mere" RM30 set, i think not too expensive if the quality is good and the portion is huge.. i am actually eyeing on that bowl of garlic fried rice, haha, must be very fragrant and good right?? i tell you, i can just finish that bowl of fried rice and don't need anything else~~

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    1. Everything there was nice including the garlic rice.

      Very jimat if just eat rice. I can belanja you a bowl of garlic rice only! ;p

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  6. haiyah, why didn't buy him a cake and a candle to blow?? can just buy those small piece of fancy cake for one person, then ask for one candle.. 10 years old is a milestone, so must celebrate with cake and candles!!

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    1. Why birthday must have cake one? No need lah. Especially not if the birthday boy doesn't like cakes.

      Do something different instead. Live out of the box. ;p

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  7. kekekeke, of course i know you went THERE again lah.. maybe you don't have to tell but then subtly put a link to the restaurant on the word "this place"?? those who are new to your blog can at least know the place mah..

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    1. Don't want anyone new to know the place especially since I noticed the spike of new visitors coming here with "Restoran Miyagi" as their search words. hehehe

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  8. Well happy birthday to him and I agree with the sashimi platter as a good birthday meal. I'd take the same except for the tako. The hand roll looks tasty, in fact it all does! No wonder the place is popular.

    You know, I don't think it's being a snob. Even here in the US I have experienced some very interesting behavior in Japanese restaurants. More so than in others. Makes me appreciate people who don't act up or talk loudly like they know it all.

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    1. Thanks blukats. :)

      And we have the same views! Yes, I feel the same when the other diners don't act up and throw their weight around the place. :(

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  9. Aiyo! The 3 of you can really makan besar! I think you all can swallow 1 whole cow!

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  10. My parents never treated me to any Japanese meals! I am so jealous!

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    1. You think my parents have ah? ;p

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  11. I love California Rolls!Once I went inside Sushi King and ordered 5 different rolls for lunch and walked out. It is so easy to eat and nice!

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    1. I don't like Sushi King anymore.

      Ditch Sushi King and come to place instead Anay!

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  12. Mak Rempit should have baked him a nice cake with 10 Candles to blow! 10 years old is a big birthday for Chinese.

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    1. Number is nothing for us.

      And no... no need cake because the birthday boy doesn't like cakes.

      He told me earlier that no point getting a cake, especially if it's to feed it other people. Wise boy, that son of mine. xD

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  13. I'm very happy to hear the birthday was celebrated appropriately, i.e. with Japanese food! However, umm, where's the chocolate cake?! o_0

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    1. He didn't want any cakes, chocolate or otherwise. Imagine that. O_O

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  14. Totally off topic: I've just written this response over at Dru's blog, but I'm repeating it here. It's about Twittering. ^^

    "I looked for you and I couldn’t find you! You only have that RunDaily widget thingie on your blog, not your Twitter address. Tell me what it is, and I’ll follow you immediately! Uh-oh. Does this mean I’ll now have to figure out how to actually write a Tweet? :p"

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    1. I'm Malaysian. I do we think we are pathological complainer even with stuff that's got nothing to do with us.

      Hehehe...

      I have a twitter account but I don't really tweet much. So, you are not missing anything and as I said, I just like to complain over at Dru's. Gomen ne ^^

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  15. yummy sashimi platter! that costs more than a cake :P

    Latest: Bid goodbye to 2012 with Fireworks!

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    1. Not really. Those sashimi are a bargain! Cheaper than a whole cake at Secret Recipe!

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  16. Yum! Yum!! Happy belated birthday to Raimie!

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  17. How can birthday no cake? Haha!!

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