About 10 years ago, when I was still in Klang Valley, I frequent this Japanese eatery Ryu Men Tei in Subang Jaya on a weekly basis. I have roughly eaten about 90% of what is on their menu. My then bf, now husband, loves the restaurant as well. The restaurant was always packed, even on weekdays.
Whenever we go there for dinner, and if we order the dinner bento set, it comes together with a cabbage chuka-fu salad and chawan mushi. I always enjoy the salad as the sourish dressing really gets my appetite going. We stopped frequenting the restaurant when we decided to get married and had to reduce our expenditure to save up for the wedding, LOL
After we got married..... one day when we visit the restaurant again.
In just one year plus.... the scenario seemed to have changed. Food tastes the same..but the crowd was no longer there. More and more Japanese restaurants have sprouted and it seems, business has grown tough.
Now, I seriously do not know how the restaurant is doing....
Japanese Cabbage Salad
Tasted and recreated by WendyinKK
1 heaped cup of finely sliced cabbage
8 slices of Japanese cucumbers
4 Slices of Tomatoes
few lemon wedges
Toasted sesame seeds
3 tsp rice vinegar
2 tsp light soy sauce
2 tsp sugar
1 tsp sesame oil
Mix the dressing ingredients together and taste.
The taste should be well balanced, if not, adjust to your preference
Divide vegetables into 2 portions and drizzle the dressing over.
Sprinkle with sesame seeds as garnish
*Toss it before eating
I am submitting this to Asian Food Fest Japan Month,
hosted by Alan of Travelling Foodies
light and refreshingReplyDelete
i also like salad, very healthyReplyDelete
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Wendy, I also enjoy Japanese salad. Thanks for the recipe :)ReplyDelete
I love japanese cabbage salad! and truth to be told, I always thought it was some special cabbage because I don't really like eating cabbage >.< Guess the dressing makes a whole lot of difference!ReplyDelete
Hi ho....tried this and posted, thanks for sharing as usual!ReplyDelete