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2014-10-22 277 views
This is a very busy place. I chanced upon it in some blogs. This place is completely, originall Japanese. Never have we been to a Japanese restaurant in the whole Malaysia where the chef and more so, waitresses are also Japanese! Imagine how it feels with cute kawaii Japanese waitresses serving you? You feel like you are in restaurant in Japan where there are Japanese everywhere from the chef, waitresses to the Japanese customers who come here due to the authencity. There is smoke of BBQ everywh
You feel like you are in restaurant in Japan where there are Japanese everywhere from the chef, waitresses to the Japanese customers who come here due to the authencity. There is smoke of BBQ everywhere too.
We ordered the giant squid that cost RM 25. It was the best giant squid I have ever eaten. It was soft and springy and nicely barbequed. It was brushed with sake before cooking hence the great taste.
The Alaskan Mackerel (about RM 25++) was amazing but a tad too salty for me. Probably they have put too much salt when marinating. The flesh was very tender and soft. The waitress almost fainted when my friend split the fish into half as probably it is taboo to do so.
We regretted ordering the expensive tempura (RM 35) which was too soggy and not as crispy as I thought it would be.
The Salmon Okomoyaki (RM 15) was quite ok but the salmon is very little inside.
I love the Passionfruit alcoholic drink (RM 16) which so tasty and had a slight alcoholic taste.