Love Japanese food and is craving for some delicious, made to order Sushi and Sashimi while you are on vacation in Resorts World Genting?
I believe Sushi Zanmai is where you need to be.
Sushi Zanmai serves all sorts of freshly made sushi and sashimi.
Here’s what my family and I had during our most recent foodie escapade in SkyAvenue, Resorts World Genting. Their menu is pretty much extensive. Apart from sushi and sashimi, they are also offering Sukiyaki, Ramen and Donburis and here’s sharing with you what I’ve personally tried.
Beef Sukiyaki. Generally sukiyaki is a winter dish and it is commonly found at Japanese year-end parties.This Beef Sukiyaki from Sushi Zanmai consists of thinly sliced beef and is slowly cooked or simmered at the table, alongside vegetables and other ingredients, in a shallow iron pot in a mixture of soy sauce and sugar soup. The ingredients of the Sukiyaki are usually dipped in a small bowl of raw, beaten eggs after being cooked in the pot, and then eaten. I absolutely love this dish and would definitely order this again in my next visit.
Udon Kaisen Nabemono. This a variety of Japanese hot pot delicacy. Similar to the Sukiyaki featured earlier, this one comes in a clearer broth alongside with thick udons and assorted vegetables in it. I did not manage to have a taste of it, though. It was gone as fast as they came, so I guess this Udon Kaisen Nabemono is simply delicious and irresitible.
Edamame is served as an appetizer. It was freshly crunchy and kinda addictive on it’s own.
Hotate Mentaiyaki is not to be missed if you are a fan of savoury dishes. This Japanese scallop dish is meant to be taken on it’s own and it was done to perfection.
Tempura Moriawase is a dish of assorted fried vegetables fried in tempura batter. It was adeptly fried. Great to go with a bowl of Gohan or just on it’s own.
Ebi Tempura. Similar to the Tempura Moriawase, but is the prawn version instead of being served with assorted fried vegetable tempuras. Great to be had with a bowl of gohan, and even greater on it’s own.
Yakisoba. Yakisoba can be literally translated as”fried buckwheat,”. It is a Japanese noodle stir-fry dish and almost equivalent to our very own Malaysian Mee Goreng. Although soba means buckwheat, yakisoba noodles are actually made from wheat flour, and are typically flavored with a condiment similar to oyster sauce. The one served in Sushi Zanmai leans slightly on the sweet side, due to being stir-fried generously with vegetables. A must order if you are looking for a quick and nutritious meal.
Chicken Gyoza. Stuffed generously with minced chicken, this panfried Japanese dumplings makes great snacks, and children usually will find the dumplings really appealing.
Ebi Don is simply Ebi Tempura served over a bowl of rice drizzled with sweet soya sauce. In Japan, tempura over rice is simply called tendon. It’s a shortened word for tempura donburi. This is a must order if you love simple but delicious meal.
Chicken Ramen was on the savoury side. The broth was thick, rich and creamy apart from being perfectly flavoured. Noodle fans will definitely be impressed with this bowl of Chicken Ramen.
Kani Avacado Salad. Loves crabs? Loves avacado? There’s no need to choose between the two. You can have it both by having Kani Avacado Salad.
Pari Pari Kani Salad is actually crab meat and fish roe salad. Served with a side of toasted sesame dressing, this salad is simply delicious. The leaf part of the salad was crisps and fresh while the crab meat and the fish roe made the salad interestingly savoury on the palate. A pretty interesting combination to say the least.
Atsuyaki Tamago. Atsuyaki tamago is a Japanese style sweet omelette, and one of the typical Japanese side dish. The ingredients are just eggs, sugar and soy sauce. This multi-layered omelet known as atsuyaki-tamago appears frequently in Japanese-style breakfasts and bento boxes. Simply delicious. Even on it’s own. But not for those who typically prefers their eggs to be on the salty note as this is the sweet version of an egg omelet.
Mentaiko Spider Rolls. This softshell crab sushi rolls with avocado and mayonaise is to die for. Order this if you are not a fan of sushis with raw toppings like salmon or maguro slices. This Mentaiko Spider Rolls doesn’t disappoint.
Amagi Sahimi Moriawase feature 6 types of raw seafood sashimi. I did not touch this as I’m more inclined towards the warm dishes in Sushi Zanmai.
Sushi Moriawase features assorted freshly made sushis. Great for sharing.
Sushi Moriawase features assorted freshly made sushis. The platter is great for sharing.
Monaka. Not to be confused with the deliveryman character whom the God of Destruction Beerus uses as motivation for Goku to get stronger in the famous Japanese anime Dragon Ball Super, Monaka are actually a type of traditional Japanese dessert that consist of an outer crispy wafer with a sweet filling inside such as red bean paste, mochi, ice cream or chestnut. The one in Sushi Zanmai has vanilla and chocolate ice cream as the fillings. Must order. It’s not overly sweet on the palate and puts a satisfying end to your meal.
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If you are looking for an authentic Japanese gastronomic experience, just head over to Sushi Zanmai. They don’t disaapoint, I assure you.
Check out below more info on Sushi Zanmai:
Level 4 T2C-11 SkyAvenue,
Resorts World Genting,
69000 Genting Highlands,