Friday, August 28, 2009


Last weekend, everyone in the family have their own things to do, so my wife and I had the whole Sunday afternoon to ourselves.

IOI mall in Puchong have a new Wing, went there to look, look and see, see.

Nothing spectacular except for an F.O.S clothing sales at the Concourse.

We ate at Sakae Sushi after browsing through their menu placed at the front of the restaurant.

There were Promotions for Black Plate Special at only Rm9.90/each.

Black plate special-Hamachi Seafood Deli-Yellowtail Fish-served with crunchy pickled Cucumber and green fresh Seaweed-Fish was cooked on one side-very fresh-Rm9.90/

Tenzaru Cha Soba-cold green Buckwheat noodle accompanied with Tempura Prawns, Brinjal (Eggplant), sweet Potato- a quail Egg sitting on a lump of Wasabi and finely chopped Spring Onion-bowl of Miso soup-a fulfilling meal-Rm16.90/

Saba and Agedashi Tofu-Mackerel fish (high in Omega 3) served with grated white Radish and fresh Lettuce plus a slice of Lemon, 2 pieces of deep fried cubed Tofu topped with grounded Carrot, Bonito flakes-a bowl of smooth Chawanmushi-a bowl of salty Miso soup and a bowl of white Rice-the grilled Mackerel marinated with Teriyaki sauce was a bit salty and flaky-RM19.90/

Total bill:Rm80/
Location:Lot EG002, Ground Floor,
Batu 9, Jln Puchong,
Puchong. Selangor.


Selba said...

It's been a while since I eat at the Sakae Sushi... nice to see all the pics here :)

EatTravelEat said...

Looks fantastic! Everything looks so fresh and delicious. The first black plate photo is intriguing to me. I have never seen raw fish tossed with cucumber and seaweed before a restaurant before.

worldwindows said...

Being there but ok choices. But am glad more competition with Sushi King.

foodbin said...

Selba-nice to know you like it.
ETEat-it was a good combination.
WWindows-so that we can have more choices.

backStreetGluttons said...

We were in their Subang Parade outlet some months back. Service was almost non existent ! and the food we rate way below sushi king which is still the no 1 for fast Jap food!

Lori Lynn said...

Looks like a nice lunch. I need to add mackerel to my diet, but haven't found a recipe I love, yet. Got any suggestions, foodbin?

foodbin said...

BSGluttons-that's the problem when the staff turnover is great.
Lori Lynn-here, most of the mackerel are Spanish mackerel-mainly cut into chunks for deep frying or ground the meat to make into fish paste for stuffing.

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