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Monday, 16 May 2022

Lunch At Sushi Wafu, Ipoh

Last week, a friend wanted to give us a lunch treat at a Japanese eatery. When we reached the place, we found that the place was undergoing some renovation. Her son then drove us to Sushi Wafu which we haven't been to.

Banner on the wall.
We were the first customers to reach just around 12pm. We let the young man ordered for us because he is more familiar with the names on the menu.
This is my favourite - pickled ginger. At first glance, I thought it was pickled carrot due to its colour. While waiting for the orders to be prepared and served, we enjoyed some items from the conveyor belt.
We took 2 plates of the above, each with different types of filling.
One of this,
and this,
 and this.
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We ordered 4 main items with 4 side dishes. I missed out some of the food items. I will just briefly mention whatever I know about the food as I do not know their actual name on the menu.
This is one of the main with eel and rice in it.
Each main set is served on a tray with a bowl of miso soup, chawanmushi, 3 pieces of cut orange, and a paper cup for free flow ice cream. We removed the trays to make room for the side dishes.
I think this is another set - tempura prawns with rice.
Another set - fried chicken curry with rice.
Salmon.
I am not sure if this a main or a side dish.
Omelette with bonito fish flakes
Fried chicken.
Gyozi dumplings.
I like this Chawanmushi (steamed egg custard).
Mural of a school on the concrete wall surrounding the Chinese school.

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30 comments:

  1. This looks like a really nice place. And a whole lot of variety!

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  2. Great place to eat, and so much wonderful food! Have a great week, hugs, Valerie

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    1. Thank you, Valerie. Hugs. Have a great week too.

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  3. Cute banner! Yummy food and nice mural, too!

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  4. Your lunch At Sushi Wafu looks very good. Which one is your dish?

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    1. All the dishes were for sharing so we got to taste a bit of everything.

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  5. I sure would enjoy all your selections. We have two franchises here and they're quite good. A couple of local Japanese restaurants as well. Have not been to any for a while now. Will have to go for it sometime.

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  6. Yummmsss... never been to this Japanese restaurant.. now my girl is not around, I sure lose touch already.. hahaha..

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    1. I think most young people love Japanese food.

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  7. That looks like a really great meal!

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  8. I wondered this meals ... thanks for your sharing:)

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  9. I've never eaten eel but I'd like to try it. Have a great day Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. I ate this but am not really a fan of eel. Lol.

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  10. The fried chicken looks yummy! My husband would go bananas for the sushi! Have a great week!

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  11. What a beautiful spread of Japanese dishes. I could eat it without a problem.

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    1. Good to have something different for a change.

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  12. Looks scrumptious! I wouldn't mind having a go at the gyozi.

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  13. So nice! I haven't had Japanese food in such a long time!

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    1. We seldom go for Japanese food on our own. Thanks to our friend for giving us a treat.

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  14. They all look like they have very complex flavors. Now i want some sushi!

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  15. I like tempura prawns with rice and Omelette with bonito fish flakes。
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