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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Restaurant Yakiniku

My second time visiting to Yakiniku. At first I have an impression that the name of the restaurant sounds abit funny "Yakiniku" sounds like a Malay word. When I wanted to blog about this restaurant, I try to surf for the word "Yakiniku" and to my surprised, the name has a meaning which is directly related to what the restaurant served.

Yakiniku (焼き肉 or 焼肉), meaning "grilled meat", is a Japanese term which, in its broadest sense, refers to grilled meat dishes.Today, it commonly refers to a Japanese style of cooking bite-sized meat and vegetables on gridirons or griddles over flame of wood charcoals carbonized by dry distillation (sumibi, ja:炭火) or gas/electric grill. In North America, China and Taiwan, Yakiniku is also known as "Japanese BBQ".

This Japanese BBQ restaurant is specially designed with a covered ventilation fan on top of each table , so that when you are grilling the restaurant is not fumigated with smoke.

The ingredients served are perfectly marinated, and if you are afraid that it is too heaty, you can order vegetables to wrap the grilled ingredients( chicken meats/squids/bacons). If you do not know what to order, perhaps you. can try their promotion set for 2 @ RM 27++ which includes:

  1. 2 glasses of drinks (choice of Jasmine eea/Green tea/Lemon tea/Lime sour)
  2. 2 bowls of rice
  3. 1 portion of bacon
  4. 1 portion of to fu
  5. Chicken drumstick OR 1 portion of lean meat
  6. Lamb shoulder OR squids
Very often, for those who lives in condominiums misses the BBQ environment, and although we can rent space for the management to have a BBQ session, the preparation would be tedious too. For simple BBQ gathering, Yakiniku is a place you can consider. By the way, they serves steamboat and ala-carte menu as well.

FYI: In 1993, the All Japan Yakiniku Association proclaimed 29 August as official "Yakiniku Day"

No. 20G, Jalan Pandan Indah,
4/8, Taman Pandan Indah,
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Phone (Phone): 03-42954833

Monday, July 14, 2008

Bar.b.q Plaza

Can you recognized the cute dino/crocodile logo? Is it a dinosaur or a crocodile standing up with two legs introducing you to Bar.b.q PLAZA? Am not so sure.... Bar.b.q Plaza serves a fusion of Mongolian and Korean "DIY table top cooking meal". Their menu offers fresh ingredients with a secret brown sauce from Thailand.My first visit makes me wonder why the waiters and waitresses wished us "Sawadee-ka/krap" upon entering the outlet??? Then only I found out it is actually a Thai owned franchise restaurant.

This is how you cooked your meal.....there is a brochure place on the table providing instructions on how to cook the meal. All the ingredients served are not marinated to maintain the original taste of the food when it is cooked. I wouldn't say it's really good, cause I still prefer our local steamboat which is not so healthy though, just that Bar-b.q Plaza style of steamboat is more health conscious and cleaner. Didn't keep the receipt and lost the brochures I have taken for blogging purpose..... can't provide much info here..

Very often I see a long queue waiting for their turns to have their meal, when Bar.b.q Plaza was first opened in Sunway Pyramid but now Bar.b.q Plaza now has several outlets in Klang Valley, so Pyramid is not the only place you can visit but then again I visited the Sunway Pyramid outlet, address as below.


Bar-b-q plaza

Lot 35 & 36,
Lower level 2,
Sunway Pyramid (old wing).

Sunday, July 6, 2008

Gekikara Ramen @ Oh Sushi! @ Mid Valley Megamall

Very often I said "我要吃大碗面! 我要吃大碗面!" 大碗面 means big bowl noodles in English. The Japanese restaurant "Oh Sushi" has been there for years.....and I guess my first visit was like 4-5 years ago with my sister. And it was then, I start getting addicted with the no no...the big bowl noodles as I name it! Don't even know the name of the ramen until my recent revisit since I decided to blog it. It's called Gekikara Ramen! but for me, it's 大碗面! Gekikara Ramen is price at RM 16++ per bowl.

Oh Sushi! restaurant has a big red colored cat logo outside its outlet and which is the same as some other japanese restaurant like Nippon Yataimura .....does this mean that they are under the same management ? Just a little curious about this red cat logo
and besides that, the food they serve are almost the same. Oh Sushi interior design are in classy Japanese style, that allows you to have a comfortable and yet quiet dinner.

This is one of the section that I like most in the restaurant. By the way, can I try those...displayed on the rack? Got to find someone to accompany me...... or else I will look like those broken hearted, sad and lonely lady drinking alone at this corner..

Oh Sushi serves choices of ramen, tepanyaki set and sushis. Sushis are prepared only when you ordered it, and it definitely taste fresh, definitely not like those in Genki Sushi or Sushi King. Besides that, they have set lunch during weekdays as well. Oh Sushi...a Japanase restaurant worth a visit for their
大碗面....hahahahaha..don't bother me, I am starting to miss the taste of Gekikara Ramen now!

Oh Sushi
Unit G-098, Ground Floor,
Mid Valley Mega Mall,
Mid Valley City,
Lingkaran Syed Putra,
59200 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel (Restaurant): +603-2284 1211 / +603-2284 2311
Tel (Office): +603-2144 3152
Fax: +603-2284 1211