03-6206 5526
017-669 0060
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11:30 - 15:00
17:30 - 01:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 15:00
17:30 - 01:00
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Review (9)
Level4 2016-02-19
They are plenty of eateries in Publika, from Chinese to Korea, from Fusion to Western. I want to have dinner with my friend and she has chosen Tsubohachi Japanese Restaurant which located at second floor of Publika facing the main road. In fact, I have not heard of this restaurant before and I just follow suit. I did not aware that this restaurant was very famous in Japan until I saw it from the menu which they have achieved over 100 outlets in Japan. Cool…The restaurant was quite upon my arrival, I notice that most of their customers are Japanese. Without any delay, we have ordered from appetizer, main course and dessert.For appetizer, we have Chicken Skin Skewer, Chicken Karaage and Negima. Chicken Skin Skewers (RM7.80) were very crispy and light salted. Not so healthy appetizer but it is tasty.Chicken Karaage (RM13.90), also known as Japanese Fried Chicken. Deep fried Batter coating was very crispy and chicken meat was tender and juicy.Negima part of Yakitori series, skewer sandwiched between boneless chicken chunk and leek. Chicken was good with charcoal grill aroma however the leek was slightly burn therefore I have put aside.As for main course, we have Buta Hakusai Nabe (RM29.90) and Ramen Sarada (RM16.90). Buta Hakusai Nab, Pork belly and Chinese Cabbage Claypot, forming like rose petal one after another. Soup was clear and sweet. Ramen Sarada is a cold noodle with generous of fresh vegetable such as lettuce, onion, shredded carrot etc tossed in Japanese sesame dressing. Refreshing cold appetizer cum main course as the portion is big for one person.Lastly, is dessert time, Matcha De Roru (RM14.90), Green tea crepe roll with vanilla ice cream and Azuki Bean paste. My favourite green tea flavour, sweet and satisfying. continue reading
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Level4 2016-01-17
After trying the food here during a food review with Open Rice, I was so amazed that I brought my friend's family here today. We initially booked a tatami room but changed to the other room at the end and joined 2 tables together.Ramen Salada (RM 16.90) The Ramen Salada here has very fresh combination of vegetables like shredded cucumber, omelette, carrots, cherry tomato, bacon ham and seaweed. The ramen is perfectly boiled and not soggy at all.Okonomiyaki (RM 17.90) This is the Japanese version of pancake with pork and bonito flakes and fried till crispy. I kind of ordered the wrong one because I wanted to order the Tonpeiyaki that was omelette with cabbage and without rice.Okonomi Fu Ika Tempura (RM 15.90) The tempura giant octopus with bonito flakes are simply fabulous. The flour are just nice and enough and not too much. There was overload of mayonaise on top too.Hokkai Kamameshi (RM 36.90) This rice inside a stone pot requires 20 minutes of cooking. The ingredients are crab legs, scallops, seaweed. It was quite delicious and not cooked till overly burnt.Nagashi Somen Setto (RM 27.90) This is the highlight of the night. In Japan, they usually have the soba flowing down the bamboo. The soba is to be placed inside the machine to make it icy cold and eaten with the soy sauce and also chopped spring onions, shredded cucumber, baby mandarin oranges, cherry tomatoes and also sliced cucumbers that are made to so thin to be crispy. I think the price is very reasonable as it includes tempura containing 2 ebi, eggplant and another item.Jumbo Kakiage (RM 9.90) This is vegetable tempura which are fried till very crispy. I love this as it contains a lot of vegetables such as carrot, lotus root, greens and onions. It is way better than the one made by the Pisang Goreng Stall Hawker.Dashimaki Tamago (RM 12.90) I am not a big fan of tamago but this is served warm instead of cold like what the Koreans do. It is cut in smaller slice than the ones I had before. Very simple to please a simple person.Torikawa Chicken Skin Skewers (RM 7.80) This is done in a yakitori style resulting in crispy feel of oil.Pork Belly with Spring Onion (RM 9.80) The pork belly is quite ok though not as tender as expected but thank god it was not towards the oily side.Potato Mentaiko Yaki (RM 13.90) Despite not being a potato fan, surprise, surprise, surprise, this has become one of my favourite grilled potato. Probably because they grill it together with cheese and fish roe which when melted together, is a delight to the soul.Salmon Teriyaki (RM 17.90) We are a big fan of salmon so naturally we cannot avoid salmon in a Japanese restaurant. The salmon teriyaki is quite delicious and not too coarse or too dry. The tenderness is maintained. It is also not too salty.Yuzu Shabetto (RM 9.90) Whenever I frequent this restaurant, I cannot miss my favourite citrus sherbet. You can be assured there was no colouring used as the ice-cream is white in colour. I like the taste of the pieces of citrus inside which opened up the senses.Matcha de Roru (RM 14.90) I tend to like to eat anything in crepe so this is again one of my favourites. It is rice cake containing red bean and green tea ice cream. The folds are done very neatly and it goes nicely into my small mouth.Our entire bill came up to RM 240.85 only with so many dishes! Definitely saved more money than eating elsewhere and leaving this place more than satisfied with the variety.Details:Address: A2-UG1-9 Solaris Dutamas, No 1 Jalan Dutamas, 50480, Kuala LumpurA2-UG1-9 Solaris Dutamas, No 1 Jalan Dutamas, 50480, Kuala LumpurTel (Reservations) :+603 6206 5526 , +6017 669 0060 (日本語可) Opening Hours: MON - SUN : 11.30AM till 3PM, 5.30PM till closing) continue reading
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In Japan, working adults hang out in groups in “Izakaya” (居酒屋)after working hours for drink and eat. Izakaya basically is a drinking place with food servings. “I” means “to stay”, while “zakaya” means “sake shop”. Lately, I was introduced to such place and culture for my very first time. It is called Tsubohachi, a famous traditional Izakaya established in Hokkaido since 1973, with more than 300 outlets in whole Japan. Currently, it has only 1 outlet in Malaysia, located in Publika.As mentioned earlier, this is a “drinking” place with food. They have wide selection of Japanese alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks to order. Have you ever heard of “Drink-All-You-Can”? You can find their “All You Can Drink (Nomihodai)” banquet dinner here, and it comes with food in a few packages.I ate so much stuffs that night I can't even recall all of them. Let me show you some of those I can remember.So what do I have to say about Tsubohachi? I think we can embrace the culture of Izakaya among our colleagues, friends and family. For that, this is definitely a great place to be, for drinks and food. One of these days, I will surely get my colleagues or friends to visit this eatery again. I’ll see you again, Tsubohachi! continue reading
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Let me start this blog postwith some History of the restaurant before reviewing about the foods. I knowHistory is a boring subject but don’t worry guys, I will explain it in shortand simple without dragging. Tsubohachi is a Japanese casual bar restaurantfrom Japan. It has been more than 40 years since it is first established inHokkaido. They believed in serving authentic and traditional Japanese Cuisineto the customers. In addition, they also give more important to taste (Yeah!!Their foods are good, pair them with alcohol drink to have a “WOW” effect),Environment (Their environment is more to Japanese Style with attractive Red& Black colour theme) and Hospitality (Excellent Hospitality). They serveSushi, Sashimi and Appetizers that go perfectly well with alcoholic beverages.We were welcomed by the friendly staff at the entrance and served with a hottowel to wipe our hands once seated. Then we were served with their signatureand popular dish for the night.Asahi Medium @ RM 20.80Fresh Lemon Sour is served with fresh lemon and soda drink. Squeeze the lemon by yourself before pouring them into your drink. It was refreshing and has a very good lemon flavour. Fresh Lemon Sour @ RM 17.80 Ramen Sarada is noodle, lettuce, onion, egg, cucumber, bacon, leek, cherry tomato with sesame dressing. It is a perfect appetizer for sharing with your friends before starting with the main course. Ramen Sarada @ RM 16.90Eihire Grilled Ray Fin is a great appetizer for the beer. Eihire Grilled Ray Fin @ RM 12.90Nankotsu Karaage is deep fried chicken that is tender and juicy. Nankotsu Karaage @ RM 18.90Ontama Tsukune Teppanyaki is grilled minced chicken with Hot spring egg. Break the egg, pour the sauce over it, and enjoy. Ontama Tsukune Teppanyaki @ RM 12.90 Imo Mochi is a Hokkaido Style deep fried mashed potato that is simply delicious. If you haven’t tried before, you guys should give it a try. Imo Mochi @ RM 8.90Potato Mentaiko Yaki is a hotplate potato with seasoned cod roe, mayonnaise, and cheese. It tasted as good as they look. Yummy!! Potato Mentaiko Yaki @ RM 13.90Seseri is a chicken neck skewer, soft and delicious. Seseri @ RM 7.80Torikawa is a deep-fried strips of chicken that is a perfect small dish for the beer. It is crispy and a bit salty. You guys know right Chicken skin is the best part of the fried chicken. Torikawa @ RM 7.80 Ask anyone what is their favourite part of chicken and the answer will be always “The chicken thigh”. It is tender and juicy. Negima @ RM 7.80Hokke Hiraki is grilled Atka mackerel is super good. Flavour of the sea right in the plate and I loved it. Hokke Hiraki @ RM 52.90Karei Karaage is simple, tasty and crunchy Pomfret. Even the bone is eatable.Karei Karaage @ RM 42.50Sake No Chanchan Yaki is grilled salmon and vegetable with original sauce (Hokkaido Speciality). When it’s rainy its good to have this. Sake No Chanchan Yaki @ RM 21.50Ishikari Nabe is salmon and vegetables in Miso based soup. It’s flavoursome, healthy and satisfying. Ishikari Nabe @ RM 19.90 Nagashi Somen Setto is unique, fun and tempting food to try. Add noodles, cucumber and cherry tomato in the water then grab them using chopstick and eat together with their sauce with some shredded cucumber. Yummy!! Best soba noodle I ever tried. This dish is used to teach Children in Japan how to use chopstick. Interesting!! Nagashi Somen Setto @ RM 27.90Tonpeiyaki is an omelette with a delicious combination of sliced pork and cabbage. Tonpeiyaki @ RM 12.90 They only start cooking Tarabagani Kamameshi once the customer placed their order and they will cook them in front of you at the table. It takes 20-30 minutes to prepare the dish but the aroma from the food will make you lose your patient and it is simply delicious. Tarabagani Kamameshi @ RM 36.90 Buta Hakusai Nabe is pork belly and Chinese cabbage in Mille Feuille Claypot. It is sweet and had an enjoyable crunchy texture. Buta Hakusai Nabe @ RM 29.90Lemon Ice cream is super lemony and super delicious. It is sweet and light. If you ever had before them before, give it a chance. Matcha De Roru is a green tea crepe rolled with rice cake and red beans. It simply melts in the mouth and has the kind of flavour that will make you lick the lips in remembrance of the first bite. Yummy!! Matcha De Roru @ RM 14.90Matcha Mochi Mochi is green tea ice cream with rice cake and red beans. The ice cream is sweet, creamy and perfect to end a meal. Matcha Mochi Mochi @ RM 12.90 Something bubbly always pairs well with Japanese foods. Yuzushu Glass (On The Rock) @ RM 19.80Yaki Gyoza is homemade Japanese Style dumpling. It is chewy on the inside and crispy on the outside. Yaki Gyoza @ RM 12.90It was a good dinner for me with Openrice members and bloggers. Thanks for the invitation Openrice. Good foods and excellent service especially a young woman. Sorry I forgot her name but she is super good and very friendly. Waze directly to the restaurant, once your waze tells you that you have reached your destination please look at your right side, the restaurant will be located on the right side, above Restaurant Bestari. A2-UG 1-9, Solaris Dutamas,No 1, Jalan Dutamas50480 Kuala LumpurTel: 03- 6206 5526/ 017- 669 0060Hours: Monday- Sunday (11.30am till 3pm/ 5.30pm till Closing) continue reading
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Japanese food always my favorite . Recently I found a nice Japanese food in Publika that satisfied my appetite. Tsubohachi is well known more than 40 years since it first established at Hokkaido. Now Tsubohachi is the famous traditional Izakaya chain restaurant in Japan. At Tsubohachi , customers can experience authentic and traditional Japanese cuisine including Izakaya culture where customers gather for drinks and food as a form of relaxation after a long day of work .1) Nagashi Somen Setto (RM 27.90)Nagashi Somen Setto is new to me as you will put in Somen noodle into the cool water. Once the noodle is cool, scoop into the bowl and dip it with the sauce. Eat immediately while the noodle is cool and you can add in some tempura. Chilling sensation and it taste good. "Wow".2) Eihire (RM 12.90)Eihire is grilled Ray Fin. Love this and the ray fin is so chewy when you bite on it. 3) Imo Mochi ( RM 8.90)Imo Mochi is Hokkaido style deep fried mashed potato. The texture is soft and eat it when is hot. 4) Buta Hakusai Nabe (RM 29.90)Buta Hakusai Nabe is pork belly & Chinese cabbage mille-feuille in claypot. A clear soup taste sweet due to the fresh cabbage and the pork belly been prepared is small slice. A healthy Buta Hakusai Nabe and it worth for money as it serve in big claypot.5) Butakushi (RM9.80)If you love Yakitori, you can order Butakushi. Butakushi is pork belly skewers with leek. The specialty about Butakushi is you get to choose the flavor whether with salt or sauce.6) Torikawa (RM 7.80) & Bonjiri (RM 7.8)Torikawa is Chicken Skin skewers while Bonjiri is Chicken tail skewers.7) Ramen Sarada (RM 16.90)This also one of my favorite food. Not only the combination is healthy but the ingredient is so fresh. Ramen Sarada is a combination of noodle, lettuce, onion, egg, cucumber, bacon, leek , cherry tomato, carrot with sesame dressing. It remind me of Chinese " Lou Sang" whereby it has colourful combination in the dish.8) Wokadori Zangi (RM 13.90)Wokadori Zangi is Hokkaido style deep fried chicken thigh. Crispy and crunchy chicken thigh really make me licking my finger after taste this.9) Okonomiyaki (RM 17.90)Okonomiyaki is Japanese savoury pancake containing a variety of ingredients. Okonomi mean " what you like" or " what you want" while Yaki mean "grilled" or "cooked".10) Dessert time ( Matcha de Roru (RM 14. 90), Shiratama Matcha Kurimu Zenzai (RM 12.90) , Kakurenbo Aisu (RM 14.90) & Yuzu Shabetto ( RM 9.90)Yuzu ShabettoMatcha de RoruShiratama Matcha Kurimu ZenzaiKakurenbo AisuThe night is still young and why don't order some Sake or Asahi Sub Zero to clear your thirst.Adress: Tsubohachi A2-UG1-9, Publika Solaris DutamasContact : 03 6206 5526Business Hour : Mon- Sun 11.30 AM till 3 PM 5.30 PM till closingWebsite : http://www.tsubohachi.com.my/Follow them on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/tsubohachimalaysia continue reading
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