Akashi BBQ is the branch of Taishu Yakiniku with a different name - that alone says a lot about this Japanese BBQ joint. For some of you, this would mean that you don't need to travel all the way to Taman Desa anymore. But for us, it doesn't really make much difference since we stay in Kepong.
While having our dinner at BreadFruits, we noticed that KNK (Kannichikan Yakiniku) across the road was doing abnormally well and customers were arriving in droves. Most of them are Japanese too, so we took it as a cue that it should be good. We returned a week later and enjoyed a satisfying lunch which exceeded our expectations.
Gyu-Kaku has been one of the yakiniku restaurants I wanted to try ever since they opened in KL. When I learnt that they are having a buffet promotion, I knew it was the best time to finally give it a try.
Bari-Uma isn't kidding when they claim their tonkotsu ramen to be super rich. If you like your ramen soup full-bodied, thick and creamy with a deep flavor, Bari-Uma should be on your radar. Established in Hiroshima since 2003, Bari-Uma offers two kinds of ramen: either pork or chicken stock based in shoyu, light shoyu and spicy flavors.
Mitasu Japanese restaurant is serving a la carte buffet, something buffet chasers nowadays look for because it gives an impression that the dishes are prepared upon order. Secondly, the price is affordable @ RM59.90++, not cheap but not too expensive too. And lastly, the restaurant does not impose any time limit so customers are allowed to stay on and eat until they are closed.