Shinbashi Yakiniku

The first time I heard there was a halal Japanese restaurant in Melbourne, I was really excited to try it. The place is not very far from where my daughter lives – specifically, on Lygon Street which is famous for its restaurants and cafes. Shinbashi Yakiniku serves food in the same way as K-BBQ or Chinese hotpot where we cook the food that we order. I think the menu portions here are a little bigger than the Korean restaurant we last visited. Also, here we truly cook everything ourselves, unlike in the Korean restaurants where the waiters help. I loved the edamame, a type of bean that tasted like chickpeas. The way to eat it is the same as the boiled peanuts in Indonesia, but the edamame was more delicious in my opinion. We ordered beef wagyu, sirloin, shrimp, chicken, two types of mushrooms, takoyaki (octopus balls) and not to forget the miso soup, rice and salad. To complement the food they provide soy sauce, chili powder and miso paste. Service is quite friendly and fast. In the restaurant there are Japanese style tables where we have to take off our shoes, and ordinary tables and chairs. I think this restaurant can accommodate quite a lot of customers. Enjoy.

Pertama kali aku mendengar ada restaurant Jepang yang halal di Melbourne, aku sangat bersemangat untuk mengunjunginya. Tempatnya tidak begitu jauh dari dimana anakku tinggal – tepatnya di Lygon street yang terkenal banyak sekali restaurant-restaurant dan cafe. Shinbashi Yakiniku menyediakan makanan yang sama caranya seperti K-BBQ atau hotpot-nya restaurant China dimana kita memasak sendiri menu yang kita pesan. Menurutku porsi menu disini lebih besar sedikit disbanding restaurant Korea yang kami telah kunjungi. Juga disini kami benar-benar memasak sendiri, sedang direstaurant Korea kita punya pelayan yang membantu. Saya suka edamame, sejenis kacang yang mirip buncis. Cara memakannnya sama seperti kita memakan kacang rebus di indonesia, namun yang ini lebih enak menurutku. Kita memesan beef wagyu, sirloin, udang, ayam, dua jenis mushroom, takoyaki (octopus balls) dan tidak ketinggalan sup miso, nasi dan salad. Untuk pelengkap mereka menyediakan kecap asin, serbuk cabai dan miso paste. Pelayanan cukup ramah dan cepat. Dalam ruangan ada tempat makan yang duduk ala Jepang dimana kita harus membuka sepatu kita, dan ada meja kursi biasa . Aku fikir restaurant ini bisa menampung pembeli cukup banyak. Selamat mencoba.

Details

294 Lygon St, Carlton VIC 3053

Sunday to Thursday 11:30am–2:30pm, 5:30–10:30pm
Friday to Saturday 11:30am–2:30pm, 5:30–11:30pm
Bookings essential http://shinbashimelb.com/

Staff confirmation of halal meat items ; new clean grill for every dining party but diner discretion advised as pork and alcohol are served

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