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Telephone
03-2164 2133
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Introduction
Hanare serves authentic seasonal Japanese cuisine with quality produce freshly hand-picked and air- flown in from The Tsukiji Market in Tokyo by our own staff. continue reading
Good For
Group/Family dining
Private Party
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Visa Master AMEX Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Air-conditioned
Alcohol served
Catering
Parking
Restaurant Website
http://www.hanare.com.my
Signature Dishes
Hokkaido Oyster Australian Wagyu Beef Fresh Sashimi Teppanyaki Scallop Sushi Fresh Salad with Crab meat Grilled Shishamo
Review (23)
Level4 2013-07-03
6283 views
日本食物早已备受大妈人的喜爱,而日本店也像是雨后的蘑菇,迅速增长,越开越多家。而Hanare也是其中之一。日本店的设计通常最有心思,Hanare就已砖块来布置。让人有新鲜的感觉。nodoguro虽然是一支普通烤鱼,但味道却一点也不普通。要来试一试哟。。 continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-28
4946 views
one of the main course in hanare is the nodoguro or grilled fishit is very small fish with not much meat so you may want to order something else to go with thisbest eaten with rice this fish is grilled till the skin turns almost black but inside the meat is still white and without the burnt tastethis fish is served with lemon slice in case some find it too fishy and also some grated ginger for added taste continue reading
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Level4 2012-10-22
2306 views
It's been awhile since a new Japanese restaurant possessed the potential to beguile our sushi-satiated city. But thanks to Hanare, the long wait is finally over. The highlight here is "chinmi" _ hard-to-find seafood delicacies that are an acquired taste. One perfect example: "bakurai," the pickled innards of sea squirts (oceanic filter feeders). Pungently savory and pulpy, this causes customers to either swoon or sprint away screaming. Shirako (cod sperm sacs). Rather reminiscent of pig brains in both taste and texture, but with a creamier, milkier feel. Always a treat to taste this in KL (so far, we've only had it at Cilantro, Kampachi and the now-defunct Seki Tei at Holiday Villa Subang). Nama karasumi. This salted fish roe is tasty, but not extraordinarily memorable. Nevertheless, all these items are ideal for whetting the appetite before a full dinner. Tamano Hikari Junmai Ginjyo (15 percent alkie). continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-28
1003 views
This is one of the few weird dish I've ever eaten. Not to say they are really weird, just that I seldom will order and you seldom can see it too. There is a pair of baby squid, snail, tofu and sesame tofu. The black sesame tofu is so strong of sesame fragrance. Once you put that into your mouth, you can immediately taste the sesame surrounding your mouth and it's like it won't disappear. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-11
742 views
I was very fortunate to have won a contest organized by Openrice and thus got myself an invitation to dine in at Hanare for 2 Dried salmon. Very crunchy and I think it tasted very much like "bakkwa", but I couldn't bring myself to have a few more pieces as it was too salty to me. Snail! This was part of the Zenzai that was served to us along with homemade Goma Tofu (sesame tofu), egg tofu & Seasonal Baby Squid (April - June only). I never thought I would have the chance to eat a snail but I did! In fact, it took me a lot of courage to eat this big snail on my first try. Surprisingly, it was better than I expected. Texture was somewhat similar to that of a squid.Seasonal beef claypot rice in which the rice was served together with beef was absolutely delicious! Ankake (donburi served with shrimp & chicken). Sweet in taste, rich in ingredients. Snapper sperm sac. I ate this without knowing what it was. To me it looked like and tasted like mangosteen except that it wasn't sweet :|Handmade mochi served with Japanese pear cooked in wine, strawberry & vanilla ice cream. Loved how I could eat ice cream with mochi together! Double sweetness at one go. continue reading
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