Eatomo Food Co - Bangsar Restaurant
AddressNo 21 Jalan Telawi 2
59100 Kuala Lumpur
Contact number03-2202 3280
Price / FeeBloody Mary Oyster Shooter (RM13.90) ‧ Clams in Spicy Cajun Pan Roast (RM33.90) ‧ Fries Basket (RM9.90) ‧ Green Tea (Cold or Hot) (RM2.90) ‧ Mentaiko Mozza Fries (RM16.90) ‧ Mentaiko-Seared Tamadon (RM14.90) ‧ Mixed Seafood (Regular) (RM42.90) ‧ Pokelantan Bowl (RM21.90) ‧ Salmon Sashimi (Regular) (RM19.90) ‧ Wok-Fired Spicy Chicken Don (RM14.90) ‧ Wok-Fired Spicy Gyutandon (RM21.90)
[1 year ago]
Grilled Unagi Tamago Don (RM32.90) ‧ Gyutan Aglio Olio (RM24.90) ‧ Wok-Fired Spicy Gyutandon (RM21.90)
Signature DishesWok-Fired Spicy Gyutandon ‧ Mentaiko Mozza Fries
California inspired casual market style kitchen serving creative fresh imported seafood and meat dishes at casual prices.
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Eatomo @ BangsarAs usual, no visit to Eatomo is complete without ordering one of our must-haves, the Wok-Fired Spicy Gyutandon @ RM21.90. This time we even went overboard and doubled the beef tongue for an additional RM15 until we can't even see the rice underneath...hehehe! ;) You can also add on an extra rice for a more substantial meal (or share the dish between two).
Eatomo @ BangsarLuckily, the Mentaiko Mozza Fries @ RM16.90 saved the day. These were their gourmet fries with mozzarella cheese topped with seared spicy mentaiko.
They were highly addictive....and so good! ^o^ I was pleasantly surprised that the taste of smoky, charred, creamy mentaiko was more prevalent than the cheese which is a definite plus for me...hee..hee! ^_~
Eatomo @ BangsarMy Personal Opinion
I've always come away with a truly satisfying experience in all my visits to Eatomo. The cooked-to-order seafood pots are a must-try as the seafood is undeniably fresh and the sauces assuredly delish.
Eatomo @ BangsarOf course, their best-seller of Wok-Fired Spicy Gyutandon @ RM21.90 remains a firm favourite with us as always. Great for those who like punchy, in-your-face flavours with three types of chillies in play in this rice bowl...fresh, less fiery green and red chillies combined with heat seeking missiles of green bird's eye chillies! >_<