Kinjuku Restaurant was founded in year 1994 in Shimabara town, Japan. The word "KINJUKU" was translated from the Japenese word "金旭宿". It was named in conjunction to founder, Chef Kinjuku Takahashi. Chef Kinjuku has more than 30 years in Japanese cuisine. Kinjuku Restaurant in Shamabara Japan is primarily served fresh sashimi, sushi and sake to the local. Inspiration by Chef Kinjuku Takahashi, Kinjuku’s menu in Malaysia has been modified to suite the Malaysian taste and demand; however the main recipe and spirit of the Chef Kinjuku remain unchanged. Kinjuku Restaurant in Malaysia was decorated with traditional Japanese interior design themed. Most of the deco items, such as Shoji door, lantern, light, etc were purposely imported from Japan to serve our customer the authentic Japanese dining ambient. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Fri
12:00 - 15:00
17:00 - 22:30
Sat - Sun
12:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Visa Master AMEX Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Alcohol served
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Ebi Tempura Oyster Oyster Salmon Don Salmon Sashimi
Review (3)
Level2 2016-08-05
First to went kinjuku shop . Can using offpeak Apps to make booking will get higher discount depend what U hoose . A lar cart or buffet . On that day we decide to eat buffet . That is a lot of choice to eat . Sashimi are very fresh n they will with sagshimi n ice to serve u . Well done . N if ur friend birthday . U can request from to make a sushi cake I . Sushi cake continue reading
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Level3 2016-05-30
I’m sure many of you out there are a fan of Japanese cuisine, I’m a diehard fan of Japanese food as well and hence I really love to explore Japanese restaurants.Kinjuku Japanese buffet restaurant, located at C180, an eat-all-you-can restaurant where you can get your Japanese food craving fixed. They serve huge spread of Japanese food, basically you name it, and they have it.Talking about Japanese food, Sashimi is a must. They do really nice plating for the sashimi. I only tried their raw salmon and it tasted pretty fresh. Pairing it with wasabi and soy sauce, the freshness burst in your mouth and it tastes like heaven.Fresh oysters serve with lemon slices and their special dressing. We had two rounds for this!If raw food isn’t your thing, no worries! They have huge selection for other food as well. Try their fried scallop with mayonnaise, crispy on outside and moist inside, mayonnaise makes them tastes more flavorful.Agedashi tofu, a popular appetizer, coated with potato starch and deep fried until the outer shell is crispy. It’s served piping hot, topped with bonito flakes, seaweed and scallion. The sauce is then poured over the tofu and soaks the tofu to enhance the taste. There’s nothing much to shout about this, taste average.Their chicken katsu is a bit tasteless too, it could be better if the meat is more juicy and succulent.Their salmon mango temaki tastes very piquant. Lettuce, fresh salmon and mango is wrapped with seaweed, the mango gives the temaki a hint of sweetness, it goes really well with the salmon, doesn’t taste weird at all! Definitely one of my favorite dishes.There’s a lot of foods which I didn’t manage to take a picture because we were too busy feasting! It normally costs Rm70 something per pax but we bought it from Groupon, it cost us around Rm49 per pax in the end, really worth the price for a huge spread like this! continue reading
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Level3 2015-08-21
Malaysian are now drown with tons of Japanese Buffet Restaurant but many times we are disspointed with the minimal variety available or some not-so-fresh sashimi that will cause terrible stomachache.  I came across Kinjuku via online. Being a Japanese food lover, Japanese Buffet will make me get all excited. As restaurant is located at Cheras Selatan, I'm all ready for the massive traffic jam. Once I reach the restaurant, I'm truly amazed by the interior design of the restaurant. It nicely design based on the typical Japanese restaurant in Osaka with private rooms for families looking for some privacy.Kinjuku provide an intensive range of selection in the menu from fresh sashimi to grilled and fried Beef, Chicken and fish. What I like about this restaurants is that they do not limit you in ordering Sashimi like some of the japanese buffet restaurant. The food here are really fresh. The one and half hour traffic jam is truly worth it.  continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)