Japanese Restaurants in Malaysia – 814 Restaurants
It's not a very big restaurant but cosy enough to have a decent number of tables, a sushi counter, tatami seating and also a private room which can house up to 12 pax.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 324 Reviews
The entire restaurant is spacious, with hue yellow lighting, wooden furnishing and grey texture wall that create a calm, cozy atmosphere.
carene 19 posted lovewinter19.blogspot.com 62 ReviewsExceptional
Midvalley Shopping Mall; Kuala Lumpur is like a Japanese cuisines heaven as having Sushi Zanmai, Sushi King, Hokkaido Ichiba, Sushi Tei, Ichiriki Japanese Restaurant and so forth. Sushi Tei deserves an accolade in which they have a wide range of decent Japanese cuisines with affordable prices and good quality of foods.
Juicy & melting in mouth japanese beef dip with very special inhouse-made sauces.
This place serves a wide range of set dinners to choose from!!! Economical and reasonably priced too!!! A place worth checking out!
missyblurkit posted www.missyblurkit.com 256 Reviews
Okuchi Japanese Restaurant is nestled in Kota Damansara. Quaint little Japanese restaurant, this makes a perfect place if you want somewhere simple and cozy.
Famous for their Hokkaido soft serve ice cream and their funky creations.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 447 ReviewsBad
Slightly less sweet compare with the previous one. I somehow not really impressed with the Hokkaido ice cream because it is not really special to me. Indeed the ice cream is smooth but it is just too sweet. Is it original Hokkaido ice cream like that or they changed the recipe to suit our local culture here?
isaactan posted www.isaactan.net 290 Reviews
I must say, Santouka do serve one of the nicer ramens I've had in recent times. Now if only the pricing could have been more afffordable, but I do understand all the preparation and hard work put into every soup base and dishes served here. Do check out Hokkaido Santouka Ramen the next time you're in Pavilion KL and looking to have some ramens.
It’s another version of Japanese cuisines that uses iron griddle to cook food. Typical main course you can choose include chicken, salmon, beef, shrimp, squid and etc. The side dish of the stir fry vegetables usually accompanies the main course. You then dip it with the chili and soy sauce! Perfect!!!