Yakotaya Japanese Dining @ Metro Prima, Kepong

For an area that is surrounded by BBQ steamboat restaurants and sleazy massage parlours, you’d be surprised to find a nice Japanese restaurant such as Yokotaya in Metro Prima Kepong. Looking at their menu, there are two things for sure: the selection is very wide but price is on the higher side.

salmon-belly-sashimi

Unfortunately for us they were out of Unagi during our visit so we had to stick to other things especially salmon. And boy did we order a lot of that. First, it was a portion (~10 slices) of Norwegian Salmon Belly Sashimi @ RM28.80. It was fresh with a silky smooth texture, absolutely loved it despite its expensive price tag.

salmon-zukushi

A unique looking platter that caught my eye is Salmon Zukushi (Salmon Favorites) @ RM34.80, which is basically made up of sushi, rolls and sashimi all entirely based on salmon only. For salmon lovers it is worth trying if your intention is to try a variety of stuff instead of ordering them separately.


salmon-teriyaki

SL had the Salmon Teriyaki Set @ RM22 that comes with the usual accompaniments of miso soup, chawanmushi, fruit salad etc. Portion wise it is good so you definitely get your money’s worth. But most importantly, the salmon and the other side dishes are really good as well especially the chawanmushi.

beef-sushi

Yakotaya offers the Gyu Tataki Nigiri in two types of meat – either the prized Wagyu @ RM69.80 or high grade beef @ RM29.80. I felt it would be a waste to savor Wagyu in this way so I chose the latter instead. Plus, I didn’t feel like splurging too. As you can see the meat is sliced into thin pieces and seared just on the surface to a perfect medium doneness, hence you can still taste the meat’s original flavor. And although the meat tasted a bit dry, I didn’t think of it of something worth complaining about.

yokotaya

If you feel Yakotaya’s food is good to warrant a revisit, you may want to consider taking up their membership that costs RM20 for life (or for as long as the restaurant is operating, heh) Members will have access to special discounted menu that changes every month.

Yakotaya Japanese Dining (NON HALAL)
Block C-G-10, Jalan Metro Perdana 3,
Taman Usahawan Kepong 52100 KL
GPS Coordinates: N3 12.965 E101 38.684
Business Hour: Mon – Sun (12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm)

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For an area that is surrounded by BBQ steamboat restaurants and sleazy massage parlours, you’d be surprised to find a nice Japanese restaurant such as Yokotaya in Metro Prima Kepong. Looking at their menu, there are two things for sure: the selection is very wide but price is on the higher side.

salmon-belly-sashimi

Unfortunately for us they were out of Unagi during our visit so we had to stick to other things especially salmon. And boy did we order a lot of that. First, it was a portion (~10 slices) of Norwegian Salmon Belly Sashimi @ RM28.80. It was fresh with a silky smooth texture, absolutely loved it despite its expensive price tag.

salmon-zukushi

A unique looking platter that caught my eye is Salmon Zukushi (Salmon Favorites) @ RM34.80, which is basically made up of sushi, rolls and sashimi all entirely based on salmon only. For salmon lovers it is worth trying if your intention is to try a variety of stuff instead of ordering them separately.


salmon-teriyaki

SL had the Salmon Teriyaki Set @ RM22 that comes with the usual accompaniments of miso soup, chawanmushi, fruit salad etc. Portion wise it is good so you definitely get your money’s worth. But most importantly, the salmon and the other side dishes are really good as well especially the chawanmushi.

beef-sushi

Yakotaya offers the Gyu Tataki Nigiri in two types of meat – either the prized Wagyu @ RM69.80 or high grade beef @ RM29.80. I felt it would be a waste to savor Wagyu in this way so I chose the latter instead. Plus, I didn’t feel like splurging too. As you can see the meat is sliced into thin pieces and seared just on the surface to a perfect medium doneness, hence you can still taste the meat’s original flavor. And although the meat tasted a bit dry, I didn’t think of it of something worth complaining about.

yokotaya

If you feel Yakotaya’s food is good to warrant a revisit, you may want to consider taking up their membership that costs RM20 for life (or for as long as the restaurant is operating, heh) Members will have access to special discounted menu that changes every month.

Yakotaya Japanese Dining (NON HALAL)
Block C-G-10, Jalan Metro Perdana 3,
Taman Usahawan Kepong 52100 KL
GPS Coordinates: N3 12.965 E101 38.684
Business Hour: Mon – Sun (12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm)

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8 Comments on “Yakotaya Japanese Dining @ Metro Prima, Kepong

  1. Their salmon look belly good…
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  2. ooh the salmon is pretty fatty <3

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  3. my boy will love the salmon here!!!
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  4. Jennifer

    It is alright for me to eat expensive food as long as the taste is worth the price. I want to try the Salmon Zukushi, I feel I am going to love the experience. Thank you for the recommendation. See you there.
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  5. Dorothy

    The pictures of the food are delicious and the fish looks so fresh. It has been a while since I ate Japanese food and I wouldn’t mind spending to try the experience once more.
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  6. never know they serve such good salmon..must go try one day! thanks!
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  7. oh.. yummy.. the sashimi look good..
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  8. I’ll consider trying this shop soon :) Thanks for recommending!
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