Japanese Restaurants in Malaysia – 874 Restaurants
The cows are beer and sake fed plus staying in a very nice environment to get the best quality meats. The wagyu beefs are imported from Japan and each piece gives you the most perfect portion you can get from a cow which is the belly.
This has to be the worst ever restaurant that I've visited. Staff was extremely rude, dishes were not served, there are 2 most expensive items on the menu that weren't served, the manager couldn't care less, plates were all over, sashimi not fresh, items were not served correctly, orders were not taken, and worst of all, staff does not care if you are served or not. All of them pulled a very long face and is unwilling to do anything more than stand around, check their phones and wait for time to pass. Even the grills - They don't give you oil or any form of fat to oil the grill. You're left with nothing but a dry grill. Maybe that could be an open-faced grill oven. Staff is also hesitant to change it for you. Ask for your change, and they pull a stupid face on you. And yes, they are mostly Filipinos. As someone who has been in the kitchen for 4 years, 2 in front service, this is considered the lowest of the lowest form of service. Horrible experience. Would not recommend anyone to go there.
Ichiban - The Izakaya aims to embody the true Japanese restaurant and bar scene and culture in Malaysia, and is expected to elevate and transform the offering of Japanese cuisine in Malaysia. Perennial Japanese favourites such as sushi, sashimi and teppanyaki, the popular Japanese skewer - yakitori, street and bar food staple – agemono, as well as grilled and pan-fried dishes - yakimono will be part of Ichiban - The Izakaya's offerings. At Ichiban - The Izakaya, you can revel in the quality, authenticity and flavour of its menu items.
vkeong posted www.vkeong.com 870 Reviews
Among a handful things that we tried, the Aburi Sushi, Seafood Teppanyaki and the Japanese pork belly were great, while the rest such as Godzilla Roll and Cheese Baked King Prawn were OK and met expectations. The Gyoza was forgettable, though.
Su Fen posted www.sufentan.com 153 Reviews
Overall the food is not bad except I get a bit frustrated with the portion of ingredients on the conveyor belt. Comparing with others buffet steamboat in Klang Valley, this one definitely not a bad one in terms of the ambience, price and variety of food. It is definitely worth coming back again!
It was a good dinner for us. If you don’t mind paying RM 26+ for fresh & limited ingredients and quality soup, you can most probably go for this restaurant but make sure to do reservation if you don’t wish to wait in the queue for your turn. The waiting time is about 20-30 minutes.
It’s a one pot meal which is similar to Chinese Steamboat style of eating. The main ingredient is thinly sliced beef simmered in sukiyaki sauce. Other ingredients such as few types of vegetables, enoki mushrooms, onion, tofu and japanese glass noodles are too put in a pot together with the sukiyaki sauce.
Reanaclaire posted www.reanaclaire.com 133 Reviews
Indeed a very ravishing dinner that leave our tummies fully Full!
We served European cuisine and blend with Japanese ingredients. The combinations are wild and full of surprises. It's something new so we hope you would like it..
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The fried tempura set was quite an exceptional especially the "fan like" fried variety - crispy, crunchy and just crumbles in the mouth .
Nava Krishnan posted www.nava-k.com 188 ReviewsGood
Certainly it was worth the try and I liked that there's seating outside facing the walkway - nice comfort to tuck into the dishes we ordered.