Japanese Food 32
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.
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.
If you need a reason to hate Japanese food, just come to Saisaki for their Japanese buffet. They are right in calling themselves the Grand Father of Japanese Buffets because that's what they are: old, living on past glory and in need of serious revamps.
For an Izakaya, Tsubohachi is alright in my book. One thing I feel they did right is maintaining the food prices affordable enough for frequent visits. They recently introduced a brand new, limited time only menu called Crab of Tsubohachi which features imported Snow Crab prepared in various Japanese styles.
Uokatsu does not enjoy the best location in Sri Hartamas, yet it is not a deterrent for sashimi and Japanese seafood lovers. While the other restaurants in the same vicinity appear dead and on the brink of financial collapse on a weekend, Uokatsu is full to the brim. No wonder they are able to expand into another shop next door.