Wednesday, 25 June 2014

10 Japanese Restaurants in Klang Valley that you MUST CHECKOUT!

Konichiwa to you avid Japanese food lovers! Wondering which Japanese restaurant to head down to fulfill your craving needs? Well fret not, as I have some good news for you ;) Below are 10 Japanese Restaurants to dine in while you're in Klang Valley.

* In No Particular Order *

A fine combination of modern and traditional Japanese cuisine is made available here in Ichiban Boshi. With real fresh ingredients (their soba is made live in-house!) picked to form delectable Japanese dishes such as Okonomiyaki, Salmon Skin Teriyaki and Ebi Paitan Ramen, it is no wonder it is always full with customers! If you wish to experience premium Japanese cuisine at a reasonable price, then head down to your nearest Ichiban Boshi :)

Dining in in a sushi restaurant where you can actually see your meal prepared right in front of your very own eyes is the most appealing thing in the world! Not only do you know that the dishes that they are serving are fresh but you could probably learn a thing or two on how to prepare some rolls ;) At Sushi Tei, do try out Biei, Rainbow Roll and Crunchy Tuna.  <3 their salmon sashimis!

Talking about great deals on pricing and sushi quality then you might want to head down to Sakae Sushi. The “kaiten-zushi” concept restaurant offers their customers a wide variety of sushi to choose from!  Their roasted rice tea, genmaicha is unique from the usual ocha.  Also, ordering from their iPads in a unique experience.  A bit of trivia – their rice is enriched with vitamin E!

Ok, so eating plates of sushi does not seem to fulfill your growling tummy. But no worries, at Ramen Taiko, which is tucked in a cosy corner of Shoplex Mont Kiara, they serve a wide range of delicious, mouth-watering ramen accompanied by the perfectly done egg with runny yolk. Before you savour those authentic ramen, take a while to appreciate the aroma of your dishes. You won’t be disappointed ;)

Some of their must tries include the Tori Karaage (Fried Chicken), Shio Ramen (Salt Flavoured Ramen) and Tokusen Toroniku Ramen (Pork Cheek Ramen).  Their Gyoza and Toroniku Paos are also heavenly.  So head over to KL Pavilion’s Tokyo Street to enjoy ramen from this international brand - did you know that it is present in Japan, USA, Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore and now Malaysia!  

With their array of fresh sushi, sashimi, tempuras, seafood and other cuisines, you will be blinded with, well not just the colours and settings of the buffet but with the wide selections of choices!  Their spacious, traditional and elegant décor brings you to Japan without leaving Malaysia!

Located within the posh Starhill Gallery, the Jogoya buffet experience is a must-go for savvy KL foodies, enough said!  They also serve ice cream from Haagen Dazs and New Zealand Natural.

Did you know that most of the ingredients here served at Hanare are not just hand picked but are air-flown straight from The Tsukiji Market in Tokyo?! Interesting isn’t it? Situated at The Intermark, their must tries are Omakase, Kaiseki and Nama Awabi.  Although the pricing is slightly on the higher end scale, it is absolutely worth every penny J

Not to be mistaken with Zakuro at Mont Kiara, Zakuro 2 is tucked in the hip and happening Scott Garden.  Try out their 4 seasons of Salmon Nigiri, Mentaiko Yaki Udon and Gindara Seaweed Butter.  Love the cosy and homely atmosphere!

If you would like to experience a different twist on Japanese cuisine but still experience authentic taste, then head to BAR B Q PLAZA. The sizzles of the meat placed on the stove right in front of your own eyes, is enough to make your mouth water. The anticipation of waiting for your meal to be cooked while enjoying a glass of cold ocha is all worth it. BAR B Q PLAZA offers varieties of meats that you could sizzle on the stove such as chicken, beef, pork, shrimp, squids, fish fillet and so much more (and the soup is to die for)! :)

So what do you think? Talk to us! :) Drop us a comment below and let us know your experience on dining in any of the Japanese Restaurants. Sayonara! :)

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