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Oh Sushi Japanese Restaurant @ Strait Quay Penang 日本料理













Oh Sushi Japanese Restaurant in Strait Quay

Once in awhile Ah Boy and I will spoil ourselves in expensive restaurant and we love sashimi. I have known this restaurant in Strait Quay for awhile but never dine in before. We went there around 8.30pm on Friday and surprisingly the restaurant was full of people - group of friends, couple and a lot of families. Luckily there was still a table for us inside. I did not want to sit outside to feed the bloody sucker mosquitoes. The food quality and overall impression were okay, I was happy to pay for it and most importantly we did enjoy our food. Apparently some of the staffs and chefs are Japanese but the managers/cashiers are local Chinese. A very weird experience of in the middle of dining in Japanese resto, you will hear the two managers's voices very loud like in a kopitiam.  

For the serving part, uhmm not very professional but they were polite and friendly. Ah Boy and I don't like to order everything at once for Japanese food. We prefer to order dish by dish in Japanese restaurant. I was so hungry that time, so I told the waitress to serve me the Ramen first. Ah Boy started with sushi followed by his favourite wahyu beef. Then we finished with sashimi plate. Oh yea, Ah boy ordered a bottle of sake, taste like rice wine with a little sweetness, we love it. We didn't wait long for the food surprisingly.


The portions were quite generous as in the thickness of white tuna and salmon, very fullfilling, Syiok! Love their side dishes of seaweeds and baby octopus


I was so happy to see this on the menu. However I was so undecided to order or not. I was afraid this may turn me down. Oh well, it didn't turn me down and I would definitely go back for the Ramen again! I love the ramen, the broth wasn't that salty (still salty) and not taste like ajinomoto/seasoning. Because from my past experiences, I usually had to drink a lot of water after eating ramen but it did not happen this time. I assume they did make the broth properly. Other than that, the pork slices were sweet in taste not like I had previously at other places which were salty. I would prefer the sweet pork slices because it balanced the saltiness of soup base so that it won't be too salty for overall enjoyment. 


The assorted sushi ordered by Ah Boy. I  am not sure how it tasted but they were quite pricey compare to other sushi shop. The price of one sushi here equal to 2 sushi price you can usually get outside. 


Ah Boy's food again - Wahyu beef. Not something I will order in Japanese resto. The beef was really thin, not enough to eat! It was just okay for me. The hot pan was really hot. Be caution if you order this, dont touch the pan. Maybe something special about this dish was they heat the pan until very hot and the raw beef were cooked by the heat conduction from the hot pan, without fire. That's why you can see the pinky flesh of raw meat inside with only thin cooked outer layer. This cooking method could keep the tenderness and juiciness of  meat. I would suggest a little bit thicker of beef than this will be good, so that people can really enjoy this dish.

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