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WE couldn’t believe a long queue had formed at 5.30pm at Shin Zushi in SS2, Petaling Jaya when the opening time for dinner was stated as 6pm.
Luckily, we got a place in the first batch of diners going in. Looking at the wide-ranging menu and its reasonable prices, we could understand why.
I was also happy that this did not impact the size of the serving, nor the freshness of the food.
We had Take Nigiri, a long sushi platter that offered 9 pieces of sushi – maguro, salmon, salmon belly, hamachi, squid, grilled eel, octopus, tamago, and shrimp. The fish was of average thickness, the eel was of a generous portion, and all for RM25.
I can never resist mentaiko, which is cured Alaskan pollock or cod roe. So, it was the Tamago Mentaiko (RM9) for us, with the creamy mentaiko piped across slices of soft rolled egg omelette and torched.
A drizzle of teriyaki sauce and some seaweed completed the dish. I liked how the saltish mentaiko harmonised with the sweet tamago.,
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Hamachi Sushi, Mentai Eel and Eel with Beef Sauce, Maguro Negi Gunkan, and tuna salad inari were our other sushi choices. The hamachi was nice and fresh, with a firm texture.
I liked the mentai eel but not the one with beef sauce. Maguro Negi Gunkan was chopped raw tuna with spring onions—it would have been wonderful if this was tuna belly! The tuna salad inari (sushi in a tofu pocket) was too sweet.
Overall, it was a good dinner that met our expectations, with a bill that was kind on the pocket.
I came back five months later with a friend for lunch, and yes, there was still a queue. Basically, if you arrive there 20 to 30 minutes before opening time, there is no problem getting in.
We were focused on the lunch sets this time and again for me the word “mentai” drew my attention. I decided on the Santen Mentai Yaki Zen (RM24.50), while my friend who does not eat anything raw settled for the Buta Shogayaki Teishoku (RM21).
There were two pieces each of torched salmon, tamago, and eel with a generous streak of mentaiko on top in the Santen Mentai Yaki Zen.,