Senjyu Sushi Cineleisure @ Mutiara Damansara

vkeongFood and Drink, Japanese Food, Non Halal, Petaling Jaya, Restaurant, Selangor, Sushi6 Comments

A quick recap of the food we had at Senjyu Sushi @ Cineleisure Damansara not too long ago. I have blogged about them twice previously, and both times I quite enjoyed the food. At first I found their menu to be expensive if compared to the other Kaiten Sushi restaurant, but the prices were subsequently reduced in my second visit. Not going to elaborate much, as they have been mentioned a few times before.

salmon-sashimi

Salmon Sashimi – RM8.

sashimi-salmon

Thick sliced, fresh and served exquisitely.

unagi-tamago

Followed by silver plate Kaiten Sushi @ RM6 each. Unagi Tamago.

salmon-sesame-sushi

Rose shaped salmon sashimi on black sesame Makimono.

salmon-roe-sushi

Salmon Roe sushi wrapped with salmon slices.

makimono

Makimono with avocado, cucumber and crab stick.

baby-octopus-sushi

Then the black plates @ RM4 each. Baby Octopus and Cheese Gunkan.

unagi-sushi

Unagi Nigiri, they should’ve been more generous on the Unagi’s portion though. It’s really thin.

special-sushi

I forgot what this was, but it was RM8 a plate (Gold). It was tasty but again, the portion was small (don’t be fooled by the photo lol)

ika-teriyaki

I have always wanted to try Ika Teriyaki because it looked awesome. RM14.90 each.

lobster-chawanmushi

And perhaps one of the more premium Chawanmushi? Lobster Chawanmushi @ RM8.90.

coffee-jelly-ice-cream

And ended with a complimentary dessert of Vanilla Ice Vream on Black Coffee Jelly from Senjyu Sushi (maybe because we had food more than RM100) Sadly we didn’t like it because the the black coffee was just too bitter. A nice meal nonetheless, food was good but they could improve with some of the items’ portion.

Senjyu Sushi-Cineleisure
Lot G2&G3, Ground Floor
Cineleisure Damansara
No 2A, Jalan PJU 7/3
Mutiara Damansara

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6 Comments on “Senjyu Sushi Cineleisure @ Mutiara Damansara”

    1. vkeong

      Senjyu is actually under the same company with Sakae Sushi, to cater to those who are more seasoned in Japanese food wanting to take it to the next level. Yeah you should give it a try :)

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