Thursday, April 26, 2018

WG Careful of Bones

My lunch set at Yuzu, The Gardens Mall: Salmon Nabe Set at MYR 30.30 nett. There are two portion of fruits on my tray because my friend gave me hers. 

There are 4 big pieces of salmon with lots of napa cabbage, bean curd and mushrooms in the pot. I kept half for dinner without the broth. My only complaint is that the salmon pieces have many bones in them so I had to be very careful when eating them.

Total bill for 2 pax: MYR 54.80 nett.

16 comments:

  1. I don't like fish with bones so usually I only eat fish fillet

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    1. sometimes not all bones are removed totally from fish fillets.

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  2. Oh? Salmon has bones? I thought they only have one big one on the middle but I wouldn't know as I usually buy the small filleted slabs.

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    1. of course they have the thinner bones too.

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  3. I never had salmon in soup before. Must be good. It does looked appetizing but yes, having bones in fish is not that fun. Need effort to eat

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  4. Healthy meal also. Must be a part of the fish that is bony since not all parts are like that.

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    1. bony parts are ok because those are big bones. these are thin bones in the meaty parts.

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  5. I think they gave you the middle part of the salmon that has more bones. That meat is sweeter for broths with bones.
    I like their carrots being cut into shapes of sakura flowers.

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    1. since they are a proper restaurants they should have removed all the bones before serving instead of spending that time to cut carrots into flowers. lolx!

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  6. I dislike eating fish with bones, hence I usually go for fillets. I like salmon too! xoxo

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    1. These are supposed to be like fillets.

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  7. I wish that the kitchen had removed the bones. I have seen how it is done on TV. I dislike having to eat fish with many bones. So annoying.

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    1. yes they should have removed the bones. I have seen on tv they use tweezers to remove those fine thin bones.

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  8. I have not eaten salmon in soup before.

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