Look east ...for food....

It's almost all day Japanese food for me. I had hot pepper meal's steak for lunch which was almost Japanese style. The steak was marinated and left to cook for itself onto the hot plate, together with an egg and vegetables. It also came with a miso soup. So, it's really sounded Japanese, right?

Hot pepper steak
I tossed and  turned the steak to let it cook for a while before munching it. Loved it!

Then, when back in JB, my family felt like having Japanese food for dinner and as well as there's a 30% discount for sushi at a restaurant nearby. Thus, after waiting for my kid to return back from school for a replacement class on Saturday, we headed to the restaurant before running our errands at a shopping mall.

Oden set

Loves the radish and tofu in slightly sweet miso soup
I ordered an healthy vegetarian Oden set which consisted of tofu, radish and egg in miso soup. Haven't really tried this before but as a soup lover, I always wanted to try it.

My wifey shared a miso ramen with the kids while we ordered some sushi to go along.

Salmon temaki

salmon maki

Salmon yuzu maki
We also ordered an assorted sushis but the pix that I took was not very well taken thus I didn't put it up here. Altogether this costs us RM80+. I think it's still allright as a Japanese bento set in SG already cost $20!
While waiting for the food to be served, as usual, I snapped pixs of my family.

My little princess having fun ....

Yours truly and son... 

My precious three...!

enjoying salmon sushi...
It's a short weekend for me as I needed to rush back to SG tomorrow for a working Sunday. Glad I still managed to spend some quality time with my family.

Have a good week, folks!


  1. Your kids are adorable..your girl certainly looks very cheeky:D There is that cheeky twinkle in her smile:D

  2. missyblurkit - yeap, she's cheeky! Her brother was much quieter..hahaha

  3. I would prefer the sushi, lovely kids.


  4. Not a fan of Japanese...

  5. Opposite of suituapui, me a fan of Japanese foods, kakaka....

  6. I'll always say YES to Japanese food!! ^^

  7. It looks delicious, that hot plate steak.

    The meat looks rare, I love the idea of turning it over and over to cook it to your liking.

    Cute kid you have there! :Dltu

  8. Hi Chris, wow! You cook? Outstanding! I always admire men or husbands who cook.
    Me? I'm a genius at opening canned foods, ha ha.
    Incidentally, I'm not a fan of Japanese food....
    And when I was in Japan on business old days, it was McDonalds or Kentucky ayam.

    Even here in Toronto, with the many Japanese restaurants around...not for me.
    Thai or Vietnamese...Oh yaaaa! I love Vietnamese Pho beef noodles especially.
    Hey, you looking good, and nice family too.
    Best regards.