Ever since Sushi Mentai opened in Kepong (two branches now) it has become the sushi chain we frequent the most. Despite its basic, no frills and economical concept, Sushi Mentai never failed to provide us with a satisfying meal every time we're here. Although they lose out in terms of dining environment, that's not really a deterrent for many people.
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.
Minori's a la carte buffet is only available on weekends for a limited time only (apparently they do this once a year) and it ends on the 29th Nov 2015. For those urgently looking for a good Japanese buffet at a mid-level restaurant that serves fresh food at an affordable price, then look no further than Minori. In fact, this was an extremely rare case where we actually enjoyed a food and beverage deal by Groupon and would actually recommend it to others.
Ishin Japanese Dining has introduced a few fusion additions but the menu is still faithful to traditional Japanese cuisine. That means a number of dishes that might seem unusual (or even intimidating for some) because you won't see them being offered at the normal Japanese restaurants.
Yesterday, I attended the official launch of Sakae Sushi‘s CNY Treats and Salmon Yee Sang at Paradigm Mall. The 2015 Lunar New Year is upon us and I am pretty sure many of you’d be celebrating the coming Goat Year by having Yee Sang, tossing it high hoping to bring in auspicious luck. Sakae’s Fortune […]