There were not much options for the Oden but none of them disappoint. The broth was clear and breaming with sweetness (Dashi stock), the only thing we were confused here was the presence of Hard Boiled Egg and it was selling for Rm 3.50 each
Equally good was the Grouper Fish Otak- with bold flavors, creamy texture and chunks of Grouper fish. To serve it with Cheese Crackers was something different but the combo worked.
At first sight, we thought the Tatami Iwashi are dried cuttlefish but looking at details unveil its secret. It is flavourful, crunchy and nice in taste. Though might come with a heavy price tag of RM 18 but definitely worth the try. On the other hand, we never thought Eihire (singray fin) would have such unique and appetizing taste!
I wouldn't give a 100% on food but such a nice environment that makes me wanna come again.
Ishiyaki Cheese Katsu Curry (RM 26) is a decent choice for our dinner. It has nice curry that coupled well with cheese to give an overall aromatic profile to the deep fried chicken fillet and rice.
The Carbonara on the other hand, was delicious. The Spaghetti was cooked right with rich and creamy sauce. The introduction of fresh Shitake Mushrooms added a sleek earthy flavor to the dish while the addition of fresh Parsley cuts through the creaminess of the sauce and introduced a refreshing herbaceous flavor to it.
The Chicken Teriyaki was fine but if and only if you prefer the crisp version, the meat was on the tougher side.
Here's the location.
上海滩 The Bund, as the name of the hidden bar "Golden Age of Shanghai", does reminisce a little bit of perhaps the Old Chinese days of the 30s-60s, the days of the Chinese Mafias and all things Money, Money, Money!