Japanese Restaurants in 1 Utama (One Utama) Shopping Centre (One Utama Shopping Mall, One Utama, 1 Utama Shopping Centre, One Utama Shopping Centre, 1 Utama, 1 Utama Shopping Center) – 35 Restaurants
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.
spicysharon posted www.spicysharon.com 315 Reviews
Overall Rating: 8/10. I had a pretty great meal here today - some fantastic; some pleasant. I would definitely return for a hot dose of Tofu Chige Soup and Black Sesame ice cream too. The other dish that I would like to recommend but not showcased in this post today - Ishiyaki Mentaiko (Rm20.90).
Worked part time 2 month here... there is a reason of why the services aint so good cause this restaurant isnt a fine dining restaurant... this restaurant is to provide cheap good food if this hasnt met your satisfaction pls report it to the restaurant manager immediately tq =)
posted www.choiyen.com 401 Reviews
Verdict: Food and environment was great, but our the serving of our repeat orders was a bit slow hence we need to gobble down our meat in last few minutes. >_< I also saw a group of 4 persons sharing a grilling pit which I think 100 minutes definitely not sufficient for the session Lunch (from 11.00 am to 5.00 pm) Weekday: RM39.90++ & Weekends: RM49.90 for 100 minutes buffet (Child 50% off price) Dinner (from 5.00 pm to 10.00 pm) Weekday & Weekends: RM49.90++ for 100 minutes buffet (Child 50% off price) (Note: For each additional 20 minutes, RM9.90++ applies).
Nice ramen with thick and yummy soup. But better do not sit close to the chef as they shouted lively and loudly when they cook, haha.
carene19 posted lovewinter19.blogspot.com 78 ReviewsSuperb
The cheese tart is still being the best one I have eaten. It tastes the best when it's freshly baked. Try their hazelnut-chocolate cheese tart and matcha flavour one too. Not recommend to take away if you plan to bring back home (with long distance) and warm it with microwave, the cheese tart will become overbaked.
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 829 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’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!!!