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Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Umai-Ya Japanese Restaurant @ Damansara Perdana

I was telling Jessie that I went to Cat Whiskers in SS 15 for a dress, but it's out of stock. Jessie replied "Always go shop alone, didn't invite me." I replied
"Sorry...I thought you might not be interested. We go tonight? To the outlet at Damansara Perdana and then we go for dinner?" ON!!

After shopping we strolled down The Place, a corporate building opposite Cat Whiskers, to find a place for dining. There are a few casual dining outlets in that building and we decided to have our dinner at Umai-ya since it is the only restaurant which somehow almost full house.

Umaiya @ The Place, Damansara Perdana a comfortably renovated Japanese Restaurant

Chicken Teppanyaki Bento Set- We both ordered the same set since both of us no really in a mood for sushi that day. The set comes with a tasty miso soup, a salad, and a weird side dish which I think ( if I am not mistaken) mashed/canned salmon fish and 2 pieces of fruits. A pickle was served with the rice enhancing the presentation of the Chicken Teppanyaki Bento Set. The Chicken teppanyaki tasted just like the common teppanyaki we can find in any Jappanese Restaurant. Not that it is not nice..........but just normal. Perhaps we should also try their sushi and other side orders as it looks so tempting.

Add on- California Roll @ RM 1 with Teppan Set, Normal Price @ RM 6

Well, we both enjoyed our dinner hereThe next day, while I was browsing for a venue for our company staff party, I came across Umai-ya 's review and it's seems to be in the list of recommended Japanese Restaurant. Well, why not give it a try!

For more information, visit


Umai-Ya Japanese Restaurant
49G, Jalan SS21/37,
Damansara Utama, Uptown.
Tel: 03-77264410

Umai-Ya Japanese Restaurant- New Outlet!
G-3A, The Place, Jalan PJU 8/5D,
Bandar Damansara Perdana,PJ.

Tel: 03-77290015


Nic (KHKL) said...

yupe, why not give it a try, right? haha! so many reviews on this place. with just one stomach, i'm contemplating whether to do this or rakuzen...arggghh!!! headache...hehehe...

nice blog, btw. got here from precious pea's. ;D

Lushia said...

I have got an answer...Try both la... at two different day...kakakakaka..... thanks for dropping by and thanks to precious pea too ...

das said...

The Japanese cuisine here offers a great variety of dishes and regional specialties and these range from rice dishes, seafood dishes, noodle dishes, nabe dishes, soya bean dishes, yoshoku dishes and other dishes.At Umai-ya, guests can opt for authentic Japanese cuisine or fusion selections. Selections include Tempura, grilled dish such as Saba Shio Yaki, Gindara Avocado Yaki, Yakitori, Grilled Salmon, and Sizzling Noodles.

Lushia said...

Das, seems that you are much familiar with U-maiya, thanks for your recommendation, shall try more of their dishes during my next visit~ Thanks for visiting :)