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Thursday, April 5, 2012

Sakae Sushi @IOI Mall Puchong


My boy's school declared a special holiday for Cheng Beng Festival yesterday and being a weekday, it was the best day to go shopping!  We hardly visit any shopping malls during weekends and public holidays as usually these places will be overcrowded not only with people but heavy traffic jams particularly everywhere!

I had to tag my boy along as he desperately needed to update his wardrobe having outgrown most if not all of the existing ones!  I am one lazy mama when it comes to shopping, I'd rather shop online. *yawns*  I get most of my clothing from a wholesaler online if you don't know that already but I have yet to come across any online shops that sell kids' wear my boy's age.  Do let me know if you know of any website ya!

Back to our outing, finding a parking proves a breeze on a weekday!   We went for an early lunch at Sakae Sushi knowing that the place would get packed during lunch time later.  


We ordered green tea, were given a cup with a sachet of green tea each. Hot water was within reach from where we were seated.  I like this self-service concept, so so so convenient.


The arrays of sushis and side dishes on the  moving conveyor belt



They have dual tier conveyor belt, the second tier stores a limited choice but cute designs of sushis.  By the way, can you spot the boy's reflection in the mirror?  He was saying, mommy, quick, quick.. take photo.. the sushis are moving away! LOL.. That's my jakun boy.. That was our first visit to Sakae Sushi, we hardly dine in a Japanese restaurant as no one in the family fancies the food. It's also quite costly but once in a blue moon, ok la. Teehehe..

Mochi.. My boy chose this..

Seasoned baby squids.. I likey.. Yumzz..

My boy's teriyaki chicken with rice.  

He didn't quite like the chicken and only managed to finish 3/4 of the rice. No prize for guessing which tummy those chicken meat went into.  He complained too little gravy was given and thus the rice leftover. :(


My bowl of grilled eel with rice. Yumzz


We ordered through this screen,  a mouse and a monitor are available at the side of each table, just browse through the menu and click on the dishes and your order is sent to the kitchen.  How efficient!


The boy decided he wanted something sweet to end his meal so he went click click on the mouse and voila.. he got this... dragon fruit ice cream. Ouch! Mommy's purse screamed in pain! ;)  This scoop of ice cream set me back RM5.99, excluding service charge and tax)


A happy customer enjoying his single scoop of ice cream.  

The bill came to RM60++.  Though my boy didn't enjoy his main meal so much but it was nevertheless a pleasant experience.


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6 Comments:

Blogger Yee Ling said...

It's good that ur boy love japanese food. Both my girls also dun like..sigh*

April 5, 2012 at 2:41 PM  
Blogger yvonne said...

Japanese food is quite pricey, but I like it very much. Both my kiddos also enjoy sushi. Too bad the head of the house isn't keen with Japanese food :(

Love grilled eel, but with kids around we opt for salmon instead. Eel got tiny-tiny bones.

April 5, 2012 at 3:48 PM  
Blogger Sheoh Yan said...

RM60+ for an adult and a kid considered quite a lot. Ian eats a lot, no wonder he outgrows all his clothes. My girls eats a lot, but never grow one. Sigh!

April 5, 2012 at 3:49 PM  
Blogger mNhL said...

I love Jap food but they are pretty expensive. But like u said, once a while it is ok. haha.... Such a great mother and son bonding time.

April 5, 2012 at 4:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lots of people later lunch cos there's 1 free 1 on the red plates.. plus 20% rebate for card members..so yeah.. i eat jap food like 3 times a week and it cost me just as much as this one bill for two.

April 9, 2012 at 11:53 AM  
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