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If you like Japanese fried rice I'd suggest you to try it at Taiko Japanese Cuisine restaurant. The Kaisen Chahan (seafood fried rice) @ RM14.90 and it was one of the best Japanese fried rice we had in KL.
When it comes to Spanish restaurants in KL, the choices are not as prevalent as compared to, say, Japanese or Italian.
But you'd be surprised at the number of places that hit the mark perfectly, one of them being Mercat Barcelona Gastrobar in Bangsar.
Alpacasso, or Arpakasso are alpaca plushies that were originally prizes found in UFO catchers in Japan. The cuteness of Alpacasso captured the hearts of Japanese and it has become so popular that you can buy them directly online. Now you can find this adorable character at the Alpacasso Cafe in Mid Valley.
Torii has always been a yakitori restaurant equipped with a well-stocked bar emphasizing on Japanese single malt whiskies.
Recently, their menu has been expanded to include a succulent range of premium Japanese steaks, along with a full line of sides to accompany the meat.
E Burger is a family run burger stall and they also serve roti john besides the usual stuff. I don't usually blog about a random burger stall but I was impressed by their attention to detail. Every burger they make is assembled with care and looks neat.
Recently, I stumbled into a really good prawn mee (mee yoke) in Ampang. The stall operates in Restoran Chuan Huat and it's run by a friendly uncle who hails from Jawi, Penang. Although it has been around for more than 25 years, it has virtually zero presence on the Internet.