Friday, September 19, 2008
This place is the nearest competitor to Sushi King but i would say , this place had a lot of competitive advantage over Sushi King.
The architecture of this place is very modern and I think the one in Bangsar Village have one of the most beautiful design amongst the many branches they have.
There's also have a section to cater for private dinners in small groups.
Each of the table is equipped with a LCD screen at the side and you order them through the computer.
It's pretty cool and efficient ;p They have the service kaiten as well , but i prefer ordering from the menu.
Like many how i did in other Japanese restaurant, i would always order Ocha.
But here, they actually have a hot water tab at the side of each table. So you don't need to ask the hostess to refill.
Goma Salmon Don
I was actually craving for salmon that day so i search in menu for the dish that has the most salmon and i chose the right one.
Very nice!! Salmon very fresh!
I'm very particular about my salmon and here, they serve really fresh salmon at reasonable price.
Fried Salmon. Quite nice, but i still prefer salmon raw.
Unagi To fu
This one is rather special. The soft tofu is deep fried and then later put in this soy sauce gravy yet the tofu still remains its crispyness. The tofu and unagi made a great combination.
Sakura Ebi Kakiage
It' s actually thinly sliced tempura vegetables. Nice and crispy.
They're one of the few Japanese Restaurant in Malaysia that serve good miso soup.
Hmmm.. plain rice. Nothing much to shout. Lol.
The service here is really good. The food came later and they knew we weren't so please and gave us a complimentary desert.
I love o-mochi and they're o-mochi is good .
If you want cheap and good Japanese food, this is the right place for it. I would definitely choose Sakae Sushi over Sushi King. This place is really good, i've revisited this place a number of times ;p So, do expect a few more post on this place.