The fresh hand roll comes with balanced ratio of rice to the Unagi. This partially uncooked beef was well seared, without blood oozing out!!
Flick flick flick, the menu was vast and varieties were aplenty.
Our family decided to settle for some mini dishes instead of going for a “big” one.
I manage just in time to capture the chefs in action preparing our food.
The first dish to arrive was the was the Rainbow Maki.
Upon entering the place, we were greeted by their friendly waiters and shown to our table.
The night was pouring heavily, and with our stomachs growling, this seems to be the perfect place.
The garden which leads to the restaurant was beautifully decorated, and even though it was dark, it gave the place a very cozy feeling.
I have to say that the sushi here is unlike those found elsewhere. You can really taste the freshness of the fish and hence minimal amount of soy sauce is required.
The sashimi rolls are laid with varieties of fish which gives it a very colourful look indeed. My son could not resist himself to the Unagi Temaki which cost RM7 each. Hubby choose the Beef Tataki (semi grilled beef slices) @RM25 which comes with a bowl of rice, miso soup and tako pickle.
If there was ever a time when you had Japanese food to the point you leave the shop beaming from ear to ear, tonight had to be it. Isaribi Tei Japanese Restaurant which serves authentic Japanese Cuisine of course!This Penang based Japanese Restaurant is located at Burmah Square on Jalan Chow Thye, on the row of shoplots nearby Him Heang.