Update 21 May 2010 = i got a commentar, Mr Nazrey from JAKIM and he stated that Shogun, Sakae, Tenji uses alcohol/sake in their recipe. To avoid dispute, I’m going to put the post in ‘spoiler mode’ and to retain truthfulness of this post. It is advisable for any Japanese food lovers to check Halal status after this. This applies for me too. His comments can be read here.
To read the original post, click the spoiler tag.
I am unsure Mr Nazrey here is a legit representative from Jakim or not, but to avoid confusion and to avoid more muslims eating non-halal food, I took a safer step. For me, why don’t Jakim enforce this Sushi joints a NON-HALAL tags. Just like the others.Yesterday I manage to trick myself with Sakae Sushi. Actually I wanted to go to O-Shima Japanese Restaurant but they’re closed perhaps in conjunction with Deepavali. And I went to Sunway Pyramid to check on Yoshinoya that I believe it was there before.. I think. Unfortunately, can’t find it so I ended up in Sakae Sushi.
Been a time I didn’t post food review :p
So after ordering Donburi, have to wait for some minutes, I decided to take some sushi on Kaiten Belt. Kaiten Belt is that ‘belt’ that carry the sushi. They have three plates, Green = RM 1.90, Pink = RM 3.90 and Red = RM5.90 I took my first pink plate but forget to take pics. It’s some sort of rice covered with fried omelette and.. ahh forgetlah.
And my second plate is this