Kurata Japanese Fine Dining's eat all you can shabu shabu promotion @ RM120nett/pax is one good deal you cannot afford to miss. There's no time limit and you can enjoy endless orders of wagyu beef, salmon sashimi, salmon belly, black cod and many more delicious dishes. What more can you ask for in a deal as awesome as this?
In conjunction with "Taste of Mie", a special dinner course featuring the finest ingredients from Mie Prefecture priced at RM300 was launched at Sasagawa on 2 days ago on 24th Nov. High quality and fresh produce plays a huge role in Sasagawa's menu, which is why they are imported five times a week straight from Japan. That's as frequent as it gets, in fact double the number of times that a normal local Japanese restaurant would do.
Looking at the restaurant's elaborate decor and well-designed menu, you could tell that the management of Baan Kun Ya has put in a lot of heart and effort to bring customers a new dining experience. No matter where you look, something grabs the eye in this warm and cozy restaurant. When dining at Baan Kun Ya, it's important to save some space for desserts because they offer some of the more uncommon ones that are very worthwhile.
Continuing our food discovery in Kampung Baru, this time we found ourselves at D'Lala Seafood. Compared to the other restaurants within the same area, D'Lala is slightly more upclass and the premise was converted from a traditional Malay house. Our first impression was that "wow, this place is seriously clean!"
In conjunction with Brolly's grand opening celebration, Crab Factory also held its annual seafood carnival to make the event merrier. The longest seafood table KL has ever seen was formed that day, with over 300 guests joining in for a seafood feast under the sun.
Is Yezi the most gorgeous looking steamboat restaurant in town? Maybe. Does Yezi have some of the most unique broth for steamboat? Definitely. However, those qualities come with a price and it's quite a hefty one too. It will cost around RM200 for a satisfying meal for 2
Toku Toku Japanese restaurant is not hard to find but you probably did not notice its existence along the rows of shops just further down from McDonalds. Overall, we were pleased with our first visit here and we will surely return again. Next time, we will try their a la carte dishes instead getting the same ol' sashimi and set meals. The service is informal but friendly and there's no barrier between you and the chef.