$38 Eat-All-You-Can Japanese Food At Nijumaru (Glenelg)

We have all been there: the constant stacking, the incessant counting, and the insurmountable tracking of the blue coloured sushi plates we’ve consumed in the last couple of hours versus the green, yellow, and orange ones. We all wish we can eat so much more, and yet we avoid the most premium ones in order to get the bang for the buck. But what if we tell you, you can dive straight into Jap oishi heaven with all-you-can-eat sashimis, salmon sushis, takoyakis, tempura prawns, karaage, and so much more for only AU$38, won’t you exclaim a big fat AAMEEENN?

This afternoon, we visited Nijumaru Japanese Restaurant at 20 Jetty Rd, Glenelg, and we probably found our new sushi go-to.

If you’re looking for value for money with good quality Japanese food, you should head down to Nijumaru Japanese Restaurant. Practical, excellent service, and value for money. What else are you looking for? Arigato me later.

Despite the potential risks involved in opening a new business during a pandemic, this new Japanese restaurant braved all odds and found a unique proposition to offer to conservative Adelaide: eat all you can sushi Japanese food for 90 minutes. It’s a concept that’s no longer novel, but is still trendy. And we’re loving it!

From their menu, I have several personal picks: Nasu Den Gaku (deep fried eggplant with sweet miso), the plate of Takoyaki, and for dessert, the Black Sesame Panna Cotta.

The owner, Sen, mentioned to us that the word “Nijumaru” in Japanese essentially means “excellent work.” After dining, I gave them my nijumaru too. I don’t think I’ll mind to pay that price again and again.

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