Review: Nizumi | Choi’s Quarter Life Crisis

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My ex-wifey turned 25 two days after my birthday and decided to hold her birthday party later that weekend.

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Nizumi Table

We went to a Japanese restaurant that was owned by Koreans (I got so confused when I heard them speak). Here we had a £30 set menu that included an array of food including sashimi salad, sushi, tempura, a main and ice cream for dessert. There was a lot of food and I was stuffed by the end of it!
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Our tempura ebi

The staff were very friendly although I thought their service was a little slow; this could be that we were such a big group (25) people get missed out. I had to flag someone down just to order my main (even though the waitress stood next to me and took my friend’s order but skipped me o.o) then later on, my drink (they failed to ask if I wanted a drink…)
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Our sashimi salad

However, once everyone has sat down and got they orders, the food came steadily. There was a lot of appetisers which were a very good amount, however some of the sushi was shared between 4 people and there was sometimes only one piece of a type of sushi. I think people had to do Jan Ken Pon (rock, paper, scissors) or nab it quickly if they wanted it. It was fun. The food was delicious though. I really enjoyed the sashimi salad!
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I think this was beef

Afterwards, the manager have us 30 mins free karaoke for being good patrons (we spent almost 1k!!) and also for charging the birthday girl extra for some guests who didn’t arrive. When our time was up, we didn’t want to leave and kept choosing more songs to the point the waiter pulled a face when we said, “one more!”
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Sushiiii!

I had a lot of fun and it was very good food here. I believe everyone was very satisfied with their meal.
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Aisukurimu <3

What’s the one thing you always order at a Japanese restaurant? I always try to try the sushi!

With Love,
Kekidoll xoxo

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  • Jackie Harrison

    It look delicious will want to make reservation great job.
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  • I’m not really a fan of Japanese food :/ That desert looks delicious, though :D

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  • The food looks delicous! It looks like you all had fun! :) I can’t really pick my favorite japanese food since it’s all so good ;)
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  • Cat

    All of that food looks tasty! I guess serving such a large party would be hard, especially to keep track of things. That was nice of them to give 30 min of free karaoke :)

    It depends on the type of Japanese restaurant for me. Some places don’t have good sushi but have good noodles, so I’ll order udon. Otherwise, I like getting a lot of nigiri :)
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  • Joy

    Everything looks so good! I’ve actually never had Japanese. I would really like to try it though. I was going to ask what you would recommend but it looks like it would be sushi, haha!

    Glad you had fun!
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    • NO WAI!!

      Yes sushi is the king of Japanese cuisine but I also like their soup noodles, especially udon :)

  • Kya

    That food looks so delicious. Mmmmmmmm. It sounds like you did have a good time, even if there was a few issues with ordering. At least the food was really good! :D
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    • Yeah it was so yummy!! Expensive but we did fill our tummies up ^^