Garlic Fried Rice was superb. Delicious combination of Garlic Fried Rice and Fried Chicken. The portion is more than enough for 2 people. Kimuchi G.RC @ RM 33
Chicken Katsu Curry Rice. I swear that the portion has gotten smaller. Not just the plate.
Next to come is the Sirloin Steak Set priced at RM30.00. The set is served with rice, miso soup and mashed potato & salad. The steak is cooked medium well and served with teriyaki sauce but to my disappointment, the steak is lack of taste. This is the common problem with most restaurant, but probably it's only me that expecting wagyu beef quality everywhere. It's overall good and I think it's a good bargain for this price range in this environment. No complain and I visited this place that many times means that it must be quite good to keep me going back.
As for myself, I had Niku Onsen Tamago Rice (RM16) which came with white rice, beef slices, a poached egg and side salad. The slippery smooth beef slices is flavourful and cooked just right to my liking. If not mistaken add another RM3, you can have this in a set where there are miso soup and salad or was it chawanmushi (can't really remember).
The generous amount of delicious Unagi, packed with full of flavor. Because the portion was big, we could afford to have big mouthfuls of Unagi instead of small bites. The satisfaction was simply indescribable!
Next came the Teriyaki Chicken Pizza (RM20). The thin biscuit-like pizza was very different from your regular-kinda western pizza. There’s no yeast in the dough and its texture was almost like the cream crackers kinda biscuit – firm and crispy. It was served with a half-cooked egg in the centre and the idea is to break it up while the pizza’s hot… so we had this runny-egg (like soft boiled egg) smothering the pizza. Topped with shredded spring onions, seaweed and tender chunks of teriyaki chicken, this was one delicious unique pizza!
The curry chicken rice was true to the taste as well, slightly sweet and not exactly spicy. I like the fact that they use real Japanese rice in this dish. As for the teriyaki hotate (scallop), they were so sweet and succulent I was so glad we ordered them.
On main course, we had this Ebi Tempura no Gomadare Shitate set to share with. It came with the main and a garden salad and a miso soup. Ebi Tempura no Gomadare Shitate エビ天ぷらの胡麻ダレ仕立て was the prawn tempura Pasta topped with Sesame Sauce and sprinkled with black sesame. Tell you what, that was the very sesame-sauce I have been looking for for a long time. That was the very sesame-sauce, the taste, the texture I had during my 20-days-ShenZhen-food-hunting vacation 2 years back! And now, I found it in KL. Hohohoho… it was very aromatic and went well with the pasta. Overall, perfect! ~ But the serving was not large, just okay for an individual’s stomach or a lady’s stomach.
Mentaiko Natto To Onsen Tamago Spaghetti This is my main, Mentaiko Natto To Onsen Tamago Spaghetti. I especially love their Onsen Tamago (Hot Spring Egg), which is egg cooked as if you are cooking it in a hot spring. Not over cooked and not too raw. I read that to cook this stlye, you have to put salt into boiling water and cook the egg about 5 - 6 minutes. For those of you that haven't try Natto (fermented soya bean) before it's kind of slimey and the taste is not your usual soya bean. It is an acquired taste. Some can take it some cannot. So, think properly before you order this. As this is spaghetti with Natto, and as with Natto you have to mix it properly before you eat. I also threw in the rest of the Ikura inside.
Goma Gyu Shabu (RM25++) The goma (sesame sauce) versions were very popular with the guys. Splashie Boy had the beef version. Kinda reminds me of Shabu Shabu - beef slices mixed with creamy sesame sauce. Very nice stuff! Definitely the best pasta of that day. My friend's husband, had the Soft Shell Crab version. It was nice too but somehow, I preferred the pairing of the beef slices. According to the waiter, the Kani Avocado version with the sesame sauce, is a popular order.