Posts Tagged ‘japanese’


 

 

For those who frequent Japanese restaurant with conveyor belts, would have heard of Sushi Tei.  They have outlets in Singapore, Bandung, Jakarta, Medan, Surabaya, Sydney and of course Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur).  Recently I was invited to try their Japanese Yu Sheng and Winter Hokkaido Promotion.  Yes, you heard right.  Japanese Yu Sheng :)

 

Early “Lou Sang” for the year :) You can choose from Signature Japanese Yu Sheng or Premium Japanese Yu Sheng

Pour in all the ingredients/condiments/etc

And ready to “lou” :)

Kaisen Shabu Shabu Collagen Nabe (Salmon, Hotate, Fresh Shrimp, Ika, Assorted Vege) ~ RM36.80

Sakura Ebi Fuwa Fuwa (deep fried tofu ball with sakura ebi) ~ RM13.80

Mame Aji Karaage (deep fried baby horse mackerel) ~ RM15.80

Tara Shirako Karaage (deep fried shirako – shirako is the sperm sacs of the male specimen of Tara) ~ RM49.80

Donsako Sushi Moriawase (Red Prawn, Salmon Roe, Raw Scallop, Zuwai Crab, Salmon, Minced Tuna & Spring Onion) ~ RM46.80

Tropical Dragon Roll (Banana, King Prawn Sushi Roll – I find the combination creative, fresh and nice!) ~ RM20.80

Haru Cheese Roll (soft shell crab, avocado, cheese, rice paper sushi roll) ~ RM13.80

Crunchy Tuna ~ RM18.80

Salmon Mentai (One of my favourite) ~ RM6.80

Tempura Moriawase ~ RM13.80

Ikura Chawanmushi (Salmon Roe on Steamed Egg Custard) ~ RM12.80

Deep Fried Chicken Skin!

You can order a variety of their creative signature drinks to go with your food

Or just go with Green Tea :)

Else indulge in their ice cream (Mango, Durian, etc)

Head on to Sushi Tei :)

Tropicana City Mall

Lot G-16, Ground Floor,

3 Jalan SS20/27,

47400 Petaling Jaya

Tel: +603 7728 4299

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Fancy some Japanese during this festive season.  Preview into what Iketeru has to offer for their Festive Menu.  :)

 

Nice deco with Aquarium

Macho Teppanyaki Chef not included :)

Sushi Bar

Choose the sake/Japanese wine of your choice :)

Sashimi

Appetiser

Teppanyaki

Scallop

Salmon

Garlic Rice

Dining at Iketeru this festive season entitled you to a purchase a beverage package at RM150++ per person for free flow beer, wine, house spirits and soft drinks during dinner and up to 1am at the Cosmo Lounge After Finner Party and Fireworks.  :)

Iketeru Festive Menu is priced at RM158++ per person or RM188++ per person (for seafood trio)

Iketeru KL Hilton

Call 03-2264 2592/2596 or book online (min 48 hours before) here

~blurdevil~


Ryoshi is yet another restaurant name which appears in my itinerary for my Bali trip.  Trust me, I haven’t even finish like 20% of my list.  So I hope I’m going back to Bali one day to try out other restaurants!!!  =)

Ryoshi Japanese restaurant is a simple Japanese restaurant.  Service was alright.  I know that its pack during dinner so we came slightly after lunch time, hence the crowd was still well manageable.  :)

Outdoor Sitting Area

Looks traditional, right?  :P

The Sushi Bar

Dining Area :)

Chawan Mushi ~ 16,000 Rp (RM5.50).  I think the chawan mushi is a lil too dry for my liking.  I think it would be nicer if they mix the mushroom, prawn etc inside the egg custard.

Unagi Maki ~ 30,000 Rp (RM10.20).  I love the rice!  And the unagi is fresh.

Sashimi Hibiscus ~ 41,000 Rp (RM14).  I don’t take Sashimi but my friend mentioned that its nice, and its not serve icy cold, at the right temperature and most importantly, fresh!

Shiro ~ 10,000 Rp (RM3.40). Skewers of Butter Fish grilled with yakitori sauce

Mixed Tempura ~ 46,000 Rp (RM15.70).  Deep fried Mixed vegetable and seafood in tempura batter

Tsukune Mushroom ~ 15,000 Rp (RM5.10). Skewers of mushroom stuffed with minced chicken.  I don’t really like this one.  Got some funny after taste.  But then again, i’m very picky when it comes to food. bwahha

Unagi ~ 27,000 Rp (RM9.20).  If you love unagi, you should really try the one in Ryoshi.  Its fresh, soft, and juicy!

Oh, and fat too!  Look, its big alright.  you don’t get such decent portion in KL (for the price i’m paying la)

If you like Japanese food, you should drop by Ryoshi.  But if you are used to eating some funky Japanese food (i.e. some creative mix of sushi maki/roll etc), then I reckon this is not the place for you.  They serve simple, yet nice Japanese food.  Its like back to basic!

Ryoshi Japanese Restaurant

Directions: You won’t miss Ryoshi.  Its situated at the Seminyak main road (Jl Raya Seminyak), same row as Bintang Supermarket.

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