Japanese Restaurants in Malaysia – 874 Restaurants
Allow customer to create their own sushi rolls by selecting the fillings, wrappings, etc themselves. Located somewhere below The Red Beanbag.
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We were warmly welcomed by the staff and were shown to our designated table. It was a rather breezy order, as there were already some dishes that they specifically wanted me to try. We just ordered some other dishes that caught our attention (without thinking that perhaps we would not be able to finish so much) and our drinks. We wished we had bigger stomaches!
A Japanese buffet restaurant offerring lots of varieties of food from starters right up to appetizers, at a reasonable price.
Jang-gun at fahrenheit 88 (under shogun group). The food taste not good at all. Me and my 2 girlfriends barely eat eventhough it was a buffet. We saw some tiny cockroaches walking on the tray of foods; so disgusting! It does not worth the money at all even we purchase from groupon at RM46/person.
Below are some drooling photos of our “makan” trip at Nihon Kai Japanese Restaurant, Old Klang Road. The food here is darn good and reasonably priced! Definitely a place worth trying.
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A friendly waitstaff ushered us up the stairs to where there was more seating. Both of us shared some warm green tea, which we ordered first, and then proceeded to browse the menu.
All sushi cost RM2 or RM3 only, except sets.
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"EAT LIKE A BOSS" This is their tagline of the shop. Pretty interesting, isn't it? I was very happy that I had got invited to review about it and people do really read my blog. *happy* And, today I had visited to here (like finally!! :) ) Sushi Flash is a new Japanese restaurant which started in March 2013 and mainly focuses on serving sushi on conveyor belt. It is located same row with McDonald and beside Face-to-Face Noodle House 面对面. There are colleges and housing areas around and I heard that usually fully seats during weekdays. It is indeed a strategic location to eat Japanese food whenever you feel like it. One of their staffs welcomed and served us. He introduced us their BEST SELLERS at there. When we browsed through the menu, surprisingly, all of the sushi cost RM 2 and RM 3 only (FIXED price)!! This included SALMON (OMG! Where to find this price of sushi??!) and they do have many varieties of sushi, sashimi, handroll, maki, gunkan, and sets (donburi and udon) with this pricing EXCEPT some really expensive dishes such as Unagi (different from Anago) and sea urchin. Definitely a good place to fix your craving! :)
We opted for the RM40 dimsum buffet at Way. Unfortunately, the deal only covers 10 items. - Limited choices - Buffet is not so "fine", while their ala carte always aim to be "fine dining style" - Some dishes arrived lukewarm - Lazy decoration