|The restaurant’s eye-catching entrance.|
|Part of the menu on display. The word halal immediately caught our eyes.|
|Enter the door and walk up the stairs. The restaurant is on 1st floor.|
|Fried rice with chicken.|
|Fried noodles with chicken.|
|Fried noodles with beef.|
All the above were from the Japanese menu. We skipped the Malaysian menu as the prices were slightly more expensive. And the variety was also much lesser, though I could recall seeing satay as one of dishes. According to the owner, their Malaysian dishes are imported, unlike the Japanese dishes that they prepare themselves. Perhaps that explains the higher price.
|A view of the other end of the street, as we exited the restaurant.|
The restaurant is located at Linzer Gasse 36. If you come from Altstadt, cross the Staatsbrücke Bridge (Salzburg’s main bridge) then walk slightly uphill through the small Platzl square, until you reach the start of Linzer Gasse street. Keep on walking till you see the restaurant on your right. Here it is on Google map.