My sister was meeting a friend today in Klang. Unfortunately, the meeting place is in Jusco Bukit Tinggi. I was asking her why isn’t her friend that bring us around to eat, as Klang has many nice food to eat. While we were stranded in Jusco, we couldn’t decided what to have. I saw Kinsahi on the directory and suggested it to them. My sister was ok while my brother-in-law was hesitant. Then I proposed that I’ll buy them this round, besides I wanna try out this new Japanese restaurant in town.
... a nice looking store front.
... the painting on the wall, over to my left.
... a small plate, chopsticks with wet towel. Serviette was extra bonus though, which was good.
... simple yet nice looking logo.
... all the outlets were printed on the back. Only 2 in KV.
... this egg wasabi mayo was served when we were seated. I thought it was complimentary. RM5 for it.
... after finding out that green tea is good for my diet.
... we were given a plate of soya sauce each, but only 1 plate of a miniscule dallop of wasabi for the 3 of us. I had to ask for another plate of wasabi. How stingy.
... my brother-in-law had a plain looking garlic fried rice.
... my sister had a kimuchi ramen.
... this came from Africa soft shell crab temaki cost me RM9. Though the ebiko ran all the way till the bottom.
... my brother-in-law asked for this. Not cheap yet not expensive when the kakiage was nicely packed.
... this potato koroke was similar to Sakae Sushi's but it doesn't taste good at all.
... a soft shell crab which considered cheap when compared to the price tags on the rest of the items on the menu.
... since I wasn't having any main course. Just gotta try out their unagi maki.
... this was the first okonomiyaki I've tried which doesn't have any noodles in it.
... a kid set for my niece. The tomato fried rice was wrapped in the egg, garnished with seaweed to make a smiley face.
... membership card for RM12. Eligible for 10% off on the spot. Got it at a bargain since my bill has already exceeded RM120.
... the toothpicks were only given to us after we paid the bill. Weird, as if we can't pick our teeth with our Ringgit notes.
At F11 in Jusco, it wasn’t an easy task to locate the store, because it was located quite far from the escalator I was at. Anyway, when I reached there, I notice Boston was just opposite the restaurant. The store front has nice decoration on it while like most Japanese restaurant, menus were placed on the pedestal for patrons to have a look. Upon checking the price, it’s definitely a no-kidding price tag. Anyway, we went on ahead with it as I can’t think of other alternative.
Firstly, before we were seated, a bowl of egg wasabi mayo was placed on our table by the waitress. She was so fast that I didn’t even notice it until I’ve sat down comfortably. Unfortunately, not what I though, the bowl of egg wasabi mayo was not complimentary. It cost RM5, which is outrageous. My next quip would be the condiments. A saucer of soya sauce each was fine but only a saucer of a small dallop of wasabi to share amongst us. They thought their wasabi was that precious? Fresh horseradish like Senjyu’s?
I had a scoop of the garlic fried rice. Despite lacking the strong garlic fragrance, which I preferred, it was nicely taste. Salted just at the right volume. The Kimuchi Ramen was not bad, especially the soup. But that kind of noodle, you could probably get it in the shopping mall.
My soft shell crab temaki was a disappointment at first. It cost RM9 each and the size of the crab wasn’t enormous. It was small and skinny as well, as if it came from Africa. After eating it, I realised the ebiko ran all the way down the the bottom of the temaki, it was a lot actually. But I still prefer Don Sushi’s temaki anytime over this. Cheaper price with more meat. Both the kakiage and potato koroke were nothing to shout about. But I had a complain on the potato, which was tasteless and lacked of potate taste at all. It’s like eating potato powder with water.
Soft shell crab tempura was plain normal. One thing about it though, it wasn’t very salty like most soft shell crabs I had in Japanese restaurants. It was lacking of saltiness even. Special unagi maki was nothing special. Unagi was quite tasteless actually. Somehow, what I had today was pretty tasteless. Then the okonomiyaki was served. It has plenty of katsuobushi. Way too many actually. My niece was blowing at it because she saw them dancing by themselves. Aside from the generous amount of katsuobushi, the content of the okonomiyaki was nice too. It has no noodle, but lavish with prawns and squids. It tasted good too.
Finally, the waiter was kind enough to offer me a membership registration as it only cost me RM12, whereby my meal has already exceeded RM130. With the membership card, I can get 10% off the bill. I went on ahead with it. After I’ve paid the bill, we were only given the toothpick, which was quite… late.
Location: N2 59.643 E101 26.657