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Hidden in the back lanes of the shoplots its a nice airy wide space. Perfect for Yakiniku 焼き肉 (grilled meat) time! And be prepared that you will hear quite a bit of Japanese mutterings from the clients who are largely Japanese.Choose from a wide range of pork and beef including spare parts such as tongue, liver, stomach, intestine that you can BBQ. Over the many sessions we have had there our faves were the pork belly, pork shoulder and inside leg. The beef is also a must have. And needless to s
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Hidden in the back lanes of the shoplots its a nice airy wide space. Perfect for Yakiniku 焼き肉 (grilled meat) time! And be prepared that you will hear quite a bit of Japanese mutterings from the clients who are largely Japanese.
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Choose from a wide range of pork and beef including spare parts such as tongue, liver, stomach, intestine that you can BBQ.
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Over the many sessions we have had there our faves were the pork belly, pork shoulder and inside leg. The beef is also a must have. And needless to say order a plate of vegetables to BBQ too. BBQ onions and carrots are very yummy and sweet.

You can either opt to BBQ the food yourself or the friendly and attentive staff will gladly do it for you. Although I have a feeling many will prefer to cook themselves. Its kinda fun minus the cleaning up like what we have to do at home.

Opt for the Japanese Risotto if you crave carbohydrates.. It also acts as a filler. This dish arrives boiling hot. Quickly mix the egg mixture with the fluffy rice well and eat!
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Another must have is Genghis Khan. A dish of its own with vegetables and lamb, you can eat this on its own or order a bowl of rice with it. This is also a good dish to have while waiting for your BBQ to cook especially when you have a big group of friends around.
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Your BBQ session looks like this:
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And when you're done eating and would like to chill, enjoy the free flow of green tea and chat on over some edamame or even some cold intestines with what I call the magic chilli. Alternatively have some beer, Guinness or even sake!
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Date of Visit
2011-12-18
Spending Per Head
RM35 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • genhis khan
  • pork belly
  • beef
  • sake