Back to my favourite comforting Japanese restaurant in Plaza Damas 3 – Yoshinari, this round I was there to try their Tempura Course which is only available at lunch, and it was also after 2 months of waiting (nowadays everything also have to make reservation …
After TWO months of waiting! Yes, after queuing for TWO MONTHS! Finally, and finally I get to savour them! Slurpppps
Located at Old Klang Road, Wagyu Dojo is not just the wagyu beef wholesaler, but also offering 2 different types of ultimate wagyu experiences to the beef lovers. Beef lovers who fancy course dining can look up on their 8-course Wagyu Omakase; priced at Rm 628 per pax, available from Friday to Sunday only and they can accommodate up to 8 pax per session (if I am not mistaken). For those who fancy Wagyu Yakiniku, do check out this yakiniku course that I have tried here.
Available from Monday to Thursdays
Priced at Rm 388 per pax
Limited to 4 pax per session
Get to try out 30 different parts of A5 Wagyu
I believe this kind of dining is the first in Malaysia, also the one and only dining experience (as of today). Do correct me if I were wrong ya. Dining here is quite an educational one. It is also an interactive dining session where you get to ask more questions and learn more about the parts of the beef from the chef and the manager. Best of all, we are able to try out those rare parts that cannot be found in most restaurants.
As we entered the restaurant, we were directed to our dining table that was very well prepared. Our seats were laid with all the yakiniku essentials, the yakiniku grill; and each of us was given the Yakiniku sauce , Kizami Wasabi , Shio konbu , salt , egg yolk , kimchi and lettuce for a taste of Korean style, and hot chili powder for a taste of Chinese style 烤肉. These were all the essential dipping to our yakiniku beef.
Already messed up my egg yolk before photo.
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Artisan’s Playground by COOKHOUSE Located here at The Riverwalk, Third Mile Jalan Ipoh, this huge space offers a whole new dining experience to the diners. This space is designed as a “playground” to group up the chef and artisans under one roof, so that the …
I do not know the existence of this place until the couple from Malaysianflavours brought me here!!!
Literally hidden in the city centre, here in a not so famous alley, just a street or two away from Jalan Alor.
The premise is painted in pure white, armed with a beautiful curvy arch at the entrance, pretty instagrammable. There is courtyard seating with white long concrete benches and wooden log as tables, dressed up with a flowery plant the center of the courtyard, on pebble stones flooring; it gives a very relaxing-holiday-feel.