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Sakae Teppanyaki / Sakae Izakaya | Auto City Restaurant


Sakae Teppanyaki / Sakae Izakaya is located at Juru Auto City. Sakae Teppanyaki / Sakae Izakaya and Sakae Sushi are under the same company.

This is where my aunt gave me a birthday meal treat. (This is a backdated post). Arigatou gozaimasu my dear aunt!

Apart from teppanyaki dishes, tapas, desserts and drinks (sake and cocktails) are available in this restaurant.

Sakae Teppanyaki Restaurant

Unagi Brown Rice is fried rice with chopped unagi and some mixed vegetables. It’s very fragrant and not oily at all. A great ‘wok hei’ can be tasted from the fried rice.

Unagi Brown Rice Grilled striploin beef rolled with asparagus is one of the tapas we ordered. This dish do represent tapas which means small dishes. The beef is too dry and bland while the asparagus is over cooked.

Grilled Striploin Beef Rolled with Asparagus Teppanyaki salmon which is a pretty normal dish. The salmon is fried to perfection with crispy skin and tender meat. A hint of black pepper taste added spice to the fish.
Salmon Tepanyaki 1 Scallop in teppanyaki style. The scallop is very fresh and sweet.
Scallop in Teppanyaki Foie Gras with Tofu. This dish is subject to availability. The foie gras just melt right in my mouth. The tofu is very soft and smooth. *Thumbs up*
Foie Gras with Tofu 1 Enoki Mushroom – The enoki mushroom is stir fried with minimum ingredients. Only garlic and some seasoning are used but it produces very fragrant mushroom. The mushroom itself taste very sweet but when I ate a more mouthfuls, it started to taste slightly salty.
Enoki Mushroom Assorted Vegetable to balance up the diet. Vegetables are very fresh. It’s stir fried to the very right timing as it’s very crunchy.
Assorted Vegetable Chicken Yaki Soba. The look is not that tempting ya, but it sure taste good. The soba is QQ and each pieces of soba is like coated with egg which make the soba more fragrant.
Chicken Yaki Soba Geisha Spring Roll is spring roll stuffed with fresh oysters, vegetables and minced chicken. This dish taste so so to me as the meaty filling is too soft. I think it’s due to osyter?
Geisha Spring Roll 1 Grilled egplant topped with fish flakes – The eggplant is baked which retained the most original flavour of the eggplant. The fish flakes taste good. I always like fish flakes.

Grilled Eggplant topped with Fish Flakes 1 Random shots to share:
Sakae Teppanyaki Restaurant Interior 1
Our handsome chef :-)

Grilled Eggplant topped with Fish Flakes 2
Foie Gras with Tofu 2
Salmon Tepanyaki
Sakae Teppanyaki Restaurant Interior 2

Geisha Spring Roll 2

14 Comments

  1. Little Inbox says:

    Happy belated birhtday! No doubt this must be a enjoyable dinner. Your lovely aunt pamper you so much!

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  2. New Kid on the Blog says:

    ai yo… you visited liao ah?? I’ve not lor… :(

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  3. Penang Tua Pui says:

    wow….. kam hou sek ke yeh.. tou emm yu mai ngo?….

    next time we go ok? but u pay the bill…. hee hee….

    btw, if u wanna thank you aunt.. u shud use arigato gozaimasu as she is elder than u…

    just my 1.5 cents about jap language…

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  4. SimpleGirl says:

    wow, Penang really got a variety of Japanese food…and I am sure it’s very tasty!BTW, happy belated birthday!

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  5. Duckie says:

    happy belated birthday!!! and food looks good too!!!

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  6. Allie says:

    Little Inbox,
    Thanks! Ya, my aunt sure pamper me. :)

    NKOB,
    It’s a nice place to dine in. You can try it out.

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  7. Allie says:

    Penang Tua Pui,
    Thanks for your 1.5 cents advice on Jap language. I’ve amended my mistake. :-)

    I pay the bill ar? Dim gai I pay? hehe…

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  8. Allie says:

    Simple Girl,
    Thanks! The food taste good.

    Duckie,
    Thanks!

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  9. ck lam says:

    Heard so much of this place but I have not visit it yet.
    Happy belated birthday to you!

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  10. Lingzie says:

    happy belated birthday to you!! :)

    the fried rice photo is superb! really mouth watering. you should know that i’m a big fan of this place..haha. but unfortunately they are only serving the tapas on weekends :(

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  11. iris says:

    The pics itself can ady made me so hungry. Lucky you to have such generous aunt. I wish i had one like yours too.

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  12. J2Kfm says:

    read bout this b4 …. think in Lingzie’s blog.

    the tapas certainly’s more attractive than main dishes. not so filling, and can try more stuff eh?

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  13. cariso says:

    This place is still in my waiting-to-go list. Btw, you are tagged by me! (http://cariso-food.blogspot.com/2008/12/tagged.html). Do chk it out! :)

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  14. Anonymous says:

    hello…
    nice pic…
    nice food…
    but how was the price arr?
    expensive?
    RM 30 per set?

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