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Moku is a Japanese grill (Yakitori) and Barbeque restaurant with a little fusion twist. Located in Oasis Square, it’s faily easy to spot as it is facing the main road. Parking here is pretty easy, and the restaurant itself looks positively inviting. Here, the ambiance is casual and relaxed, with friendly staff occasionally singing to the pop tunes they are playing (mostly 90s, which is actually quite awesome). You can see the kitchen clearly, which is another plus too if you like watching your f
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Moku is a Japanese grill (Yakitori) and Barbeque restaurant with a little fusion twist. Located in Oasis Square, it’s faily easy to spot as it is facing the main road. Parking here is pretty easy, and the restaurant itself looks positively inviting. Here, the ambiance is casual and relaxed, with friendly staff occasionally singing to the pop tunes they are playing (mostly 90s, which is actually quite awesome). You can see the kitchen clearly, which is another plus too if you like watching your food being cooked right in front of you.

The menu here is straightforward, with one page dedicated entirely to Yakitori (grilled things) and another page of ala carte dishes such as sashimi, salads, and Western dishes like Pork Burger and Pasta with Japanese twist. Of course, we were there for the Yakitori and those are the only things we ordered. The choices here a-plenty though, so be prepared to stuff yourself silly. One thing of note is that beers here are pretty reasonably priced, which is a bonus.
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The grilled Pork Neck was the first to arrive and we have high expectation for this. It didn’t disappoint, the meat was juicy, sufficiently tender with a slight chew which is so satisfying. A squeeze of lemon refreshes the taste and not much else needed to add (although a bit of chili padi won’t go astray). A+ for this.
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The Tsukune (Japanese Chicken Meatball) here is stuffed with Cheese, and served with a teriyaki sauce. It looks absolutely tantalizing and one cut into the meatball, the cheese oozes out like nobody’s business. The meat is sufficiently bouncy, and well-seasoned, pairing extremely well with cheese. This would probably be my favourite.
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We like eating strange parts and ordered the Chicken Gizzards and Bishop Nose (google if you don’t know what it is). The Gizzards, nicely crunchy and smoky, and bishop nose smooth with all that fat which melts in your mouth. Fabulous! There are few types of vegetables available and I went for the Okra (Ladies finger), which were grilled to perfection. The Shisamo (Pregnant Willow Leaf Fish) was bursting with roes, and eats perfectly with a squeeze of lemon.

All these were washed down with some Asahi and we walked out of the restaurant happy. Will return for sure.
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Date of Visit
2015-09-13
Dining Method
Dine In
Spending Per Head
RM25 (Lunch)