There are many good Japanese restaurants in town. And one of them is this newly opened Japanese restaurant called Imai-Ya. Imai-Ya is only about 6 months old when we visited their restaurant. When we arrived at Imai-Ya that afternoon, there were already a table of Japanese customers dining at Imai-Ya. If you see Japanese dining at a Japanese restaurant that kept ordering more and more food to their table, you can expect that the food is good. We were told by the manager that these group of Japanese were their repeating customers and to be just 6 months old with Japanese as repeating customers, Imai-Ya is definitely doing something right.
I have always love unagi and if it is on the menu, that would be the first thing that I would order. This is Imai-Ya’s Special Unagi Maki which is basically crabstick wrapped with rice and topped with a slice of unagi, avocado and some roe. This pretty looking Special Unagi Maki is priced at RM37.20.
If you like fish roe and sashimi salmon, you would love Imai-Ya’s Salmon Nishoku. Don’t let my photo deceive you. The portion for this dish is actually quite big and for RM13.90 only, this dish is a steal. Hey, salmon is not cheap okay.
Don’t like the fish roe? Then try this Aki Sashimi Moriawase, a plate of three chunky slices each of three different types of fish – salmon fish, yellow-tail fish and tuna fish.