Nazimi - Japanese Restaurant

>> Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Beautiful sun rays seeping through the clouds

One afternoon at work, I looked out at the window and saw the glorious rays of sunlight seeping through the clouds after days of rain. It is always a blessing to be reminded of the beauty of God's amazing creation!

It has been so cold in Sydney lately. Well I guess people from places like Chicago would probably be in their swimmers in this 'fine' weather, but for us anything-below-twenty-degrees-is-freezing Sydneysiders, heaters and winter coats are starting to come out of the closet!

Hotpots (sukiyaki) must be called for on days like this, right? My friend C and I headed out to Nazimi after work which is close-by, just opposite the QVB.

Egg (not cracked perfectly) for the hotpot

Raw beef and udon to be cooked

Finally, the hotpot - beef sukiyaki! $18 pp ($36 for two)

Nazimi serves your usual fare of Japanese food - they have an extensive selection on the menu from sushi to gyoza to yakisoba to chirashi. Their hotpot is a lot better than the one I had in Mizuya recently, as the broth is just right (not too salty!) and there is a nice variety of fresh vegetables hiding beneath in the big pot! I love putting the udon and the eggs in at the very end...hmmmm. Looking forward to more sukiyakis as the temperature continues to drop. That's one thing I love about winter :)

141 York St
Sydney NSW 2000‎
Tel: 9283 2990‎


Mike June 10, 2010 at 4:15 AM  

One of my all-time favorite Japanese dishes. So warm, filling and comforting. That beef looks pristine! Great photos.

YW June 10, 2010 at 11:18 AM  

very nice photos of the rays coming through the clouds! what a nice view you have at work :)
yeah, weather like this definitely calls for sukiyaki.. :)

Julie June 11, 2010 at 11:02 PM  

love nazimi! Just find it too small and had to book last time. Need to try the sukiyaki next time :D

SK September 19, 2010 at 10:40 AM  

Nothing like a good hot pot in the winter months. (Although I think Mizuya's hot pot is still pretty tasty)

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