Inaho, the sister restaurant of Minori; it's a bright, cheerful addition to The Curve, with a hits-&-misses menu of everything from sashimi to skewered meat.
Good news first: Prices at Inaho are lower than Minori; not a surprise, since Inaho's in a mall, while Minori's at the Royale Bintang Damansara hotel. Thus, a substantial serving of sea urchin costs only RM35++ at Inaho.
Grilled scallops with mentaiko cod roe mayo & mushrooms (RM18++). Tasty snack.
top-flight otoro is a remarkable RM55++ for three thick pieces, but both fall a bit short of what the best cuts can be. It's a trade-off that could nonetheless prove fair for some customers, sacrificing some of the pleasure to ease some of the pain for the wallet.
There might be a drop-off in quality here; three slices of chutoro medium-fatty tuna clocks in at RM38++ ..
surprisingly drained-of-flavor-&-juice anago sea eel sushi
No qualms though about endorsing sushi that's terrifically topped with salmon flesh & roe (RM6++ per piece).
pretty-with-prawn sushi is alright. To nitpick further, the sushi rice here can seem somewhat dry & bland, forcing the toppings to struggle to compensate.
Sparkling sweet sake, perhaps not the ideal accompaniment for sashimi, sushi or skewers.
Value for Money 2