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Foie Gras Rolls Pumpkin Tempura Salmon Carpaccio
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Level4 2013-09-11
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Dragon Roll where the king prawn maki which is being topped by fresh avocado is being served to us. The dragon roll where the frozen king prawn with it being deep fried till perfection and rolled beneath the sushi rice. The delicious crunchy juicy meat is just perfectly done and we are too enjoyed with the prawn maki itself until we forgotten about the roe which is at the head of the tiger prawn itself.Price: RM 33.00 continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-04
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If you love some shabu shabu, the Australian Wahyu Shabu Shabu is worth to try as well. It is just perfect for the cold weather with the enjoyment of the tender juicy beef slices. Perfectly thinly sliced beef meat is just perfect and just dipped into the lovely soup for a minute and here you go with your delicious meat. The soup is also very flavorful where one of our blogger friends just falling in love with it and keep enjoying the soup so much.Price: RM 158 per set which fit for 8 pax continue reading
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Level4 2013-03-07
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Tsukitei has taken over from Mizu at Plaza TTDI, making nearly no changes in the decor.Comfort food is the watchword here, epitomized by the chicken-&-potato complimentary starter.Foie gras rolls (RM40+) come recommended, well-filled with lovely liver.Another can't-fail: salmon carpaccio with roe, avocado, garlic & spring onions (RM40+).Soft-shell crab maki, crisply meaty. Pity that Tsukitei seems so emptied of patrons; in another location, this restaurant might thrive.Pumpkin tempura (RM20+), a true treat for fans of this golden gourd.Teppanyaki duck breast with sesame sauce (RM45++). Sadly, the meat tastes past its prime. Wrapping up on a positive note: warm, soft omelet-coated eel. continue reading
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