In conjunction with "Taste of Mie", a special dinner course featuring the finest ingredients from Mie Prefecture priced at RM300 was launched at Sasagawa on 2 days ago on 24th Nov. High quality and fresh produce plays a huge role in Sasagawa's menu, which is why they are imported five times a week straight from Japan. That's as frequent as it gets, in fact double the number of times that a normal local Japanese restaurant would do.
Did a drop by to Damansara Uptown recently and found that Brother John was replaced by Burger-mbira, another popular burger stall which originated from Shah Alam. From what we were told, the coffee shop owner actually went out and around tasting numerous burgers to look for a replacement for Brother John. In the end, Burger-mbira was chosen and was persuaded to relocate here.
4Fingers is an original Singapore brand launched six years ago and they pride themselves with their crispy fried chicken and proprietary sauces that are free of preservatives and MSG. Funnily though, the base of their sauces is actually produced in Penang instead. Their outlet in Mid Valley Megamall is their first store outside Singapore.
The Morning After's menu aims to please providing a variety of dishes from all-day breakfast, pasta, mains, burgers, finger food, coffee and desserts. On paper, the selection appears vast enough to cater to any meal of the day.
If you like Hong Kong's Cantonese style Wonton Noodle, you should head to Tzuk Sheng Lao at once. The restaurant is located in Damansara Utama and their duck egg bamboo noodle is highly recommended to try for its springy and al dente texture.
Continuing our food discovery in Kampung Baru, this time we found ourselves at D'Lala Seafood. Compared to the other restaurants within the same area, D'Lala is slightly more upclass and the premise was converted from a traditional Malay house. Our first impression was that "wow, this place is seriously clean!"
Looking at Wisma Central's dilapidated condition, it's surprising to find any restaurants that are still in business. Tenka Daiichi, a casual Japanese restaurant happens to be one of them. If we did not set out to have dinner here, we would have assumed that the place has closed down.
"Little Big", as it is fondly known, will add a new lively and interactive shopping experience to the Damansara Heights and neighbouring communities. At 17,000 sq ft, the relatively compact store is about one-third the size of it's bigger brother at Publika but maintains a strong selection of products and produce.