Tsubohachi Hokkaido Izakaya @ Solaris Dutamas, KL

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This is how life’s like especially it was just the first day of the week. Well, we were in need to counter the Monday blue with some booze and continued with more kanpai!


Tsubohachi Hokkaido Izakaya

Hailed all the way from Hokkaido, Japan. Tsubohachi is a Japanese casual bar with more than 300 outlets in Japan; with over 40 years of history. This izakaya aims to bring an authentic Japanese dining experience to Malaysian. Hence, they are emphasizing on taste (Aji), environment (Wa) and hospitality (Omotenashi). Once you entered, you will see a few giant wooden tub seats facing the kitchen counter. There are a few private tatami rooms in the house and serve as great seating for large number of people and party!


Tsubohachi’s menu is pretty impressive. They offer an extensive menu on food and beverages – not just beer (ie. Asahi Sub-Zero draft beer) and cocktails, but also sake, shochu, sours, high ball and some non-alcoholic beverages.



Edamame (Rm 8.5)


Kon Bata (Rm 8.5)
Stir-fried corn with butter serves great as beer food!


Kyuri Ippon Zuke (RM 8.5)
Japanese style pickled cucumber


Nankotsu Karaage (Rm 18.9)
This was super addictive!!! The deep-fried chicken soft bone was very well seasoned and coated with flavourful batter. This is my super beer food!


Chawan Mushi


Chicken Karaage


Ika Yaki (Rm 26.5)
Huge grilled squid, fresh and chewy! Dip on the spiced mayo for extra kick!



Negima (Rm 7.8)
Chicken thigh skewers with leek


Butakushi (Rm 9.8)
Pork belly skewers with leek


Enoki Bekon (Rm 9.8)
Bacon & enoki mushroom skewers.


Yaki Gyoza (Rm 12.9)


Potato Mentaiko Yaki (Rm 13.9)
This is indeed an amazing dish. Served on the hotplate was the potato, seasoned with cod roe, mayonnaise and cheese. So happy to see the pulled up cheese from the hotplate. So yum!


Takoyaki (Rm 9.9)
Grilled octopus balls. Japanese street food also appeared in their menu. Hot piping octopus balls topped with dancing bonito flakes and drizzled with mayonnaise.


Kamameshi is literally translated to “kettle rice”, a traditional Japanese rice dish that is cooked in an iron pot called kama. It is a special rice dish where it is served raw with all the ingredients placed inside the pot. And then it will be cooked on the table for about 20 minutes (consume once the fire is put off). Then stirred in the seaweed and spring onions before enjoying the rice.


I love our Tarabagani Kamameshi (Rm 36.9) – the king crab pot rice where all the sweetness and essence from this sea monster were infused into the fluffy white rice. What’s more, that the fragrant and crispy burnt rice at the corner or the bottom of the pot.



Kinoko Kamameshi (Rm 17.9)
Another version of Kamameshi, but this was with assorted mushroom. They serve others too such as chicken, unagi, and seafood.


It’s the bestie’s birthday!!!


And of course, not forgetting this super huge bottle of sake Ozeki Kinkan (Rm 160 for 1.8litre) where you can opt to have it chill or warm.



Hehe, more kanpai to go!

Read all my izakaya trail here.

Tsubohachi Hokkaido Izakaya
A2-UG1-9 Solaris Dutamas,
No 1 Jalan Dutamas,
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Opens daily
Lunch: 11.30am till 3pm
Dinner: 5.30pm till closing

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