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  • The Hill @ Lorong Dungun, Damansara Heights, Kuala Lumpur


    Introduction:


    A restaurant located in a converted bungalow that sits on a slope. Not only a simple restaurant, but a garden and also a lounge.


    Ambiance:

    The Hill provides a laid back, comfortable airy atmosphere at the open air dining area and not lacking in charm, the dining room upstairs is set with warm lighting and elegance decor.



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    Food & Beverages:

    The restaurant serves a range of Japanese fare like sushi, sashimi, teppanyaki and udon. Besides that, The Hill offers hearty Western food too. The scrumptious steak and freshly ground burger patty tempt the patrons.                                                                                                                       

                      

    Watermelon Slush @ RM 40.00
    A thick combination of vodka and watermelon juice. An ultimate soothing cocktail!

    Chilli Clams @ RM 16.00
    Fresh french toast to go with the tasty spicy soup and fresh succulent clams. Spicy food lovers would definitely like this!


        

    Wasabi Pan Fried Chicken @ Rm 28.00
    Crispy fried marinated chicken topped with wasabi and masago (fish eggs) served with salad and wedges. A tasty combination.

    Green Monster @ RM 28.00
    Listed in The Hill- Hall of Fame menu. Lamb burger served with wedges and mint sauce. Good indeed! Love the yummy freshly ground patty that blends well with the minty sauce.



    Wrap up:

    Definitely a perfect casual dining place for decent Japanese and Western cuisine and at the same time chilled out enough that you can still enjoy conversation with family and friends while sipping a beer or refreshing cocktails. Service is fast too.


    Rating: 7/10


    Address:

    The Hill
    23, Lorong Dungun,
    Damansara Heights,
    50490 Kuala Lumpur
    Tel: +6012- 229 1505

    Website: http://www.thehill.com.my/


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- The Hill @ Lorong Dungun, Damansara Heights, Kuala Lumpur

  • Tokyo Teppan @ Tokyo Street Level 6, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

    Introduction:

     

    A sister restaurant of Tokyo Don, Tokyo Teppan specializes in teppanyaki and Donburi. Both Tokyo Don and Tokyo Teppan are located at Tokyo Street, Pavillion Kuala Lumpur, and they allow cross ordering between both outlets.


    Ambiance: 

     

    Restaurant designed geared towards no-nonsense corporate market. Simply cozy with comfortable table arrangement and also counter seating.



    Tokyo Teppan @ Tokyo Street Level 6, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur


    Food and Beverages:

     

    Tokyo Teppan's menu shows no earthshaking surprises. The restaurant offers traditional teppanyaki dishes and several choices of donburi - rice in bowl topped with varied dishes.




    Scallop @ RM 20.00

    Fresh but lack of juiciness.

     

    Azuma- chicken &salmon @ RM 30.00 

    Well marinated teppanyaki chicken and fresh salmon as well as bean sprouts served with aromatic garlic fried rice.




    Oyako Don @ RM 24.00 served with salad

    Oyako Don literally means parent and child donburi. A simple donburi topped with seasoned chicken cooked with egg and onions. The set comes with miso soup, pickles and tofu topped with shredded ginger.


    Wrap up:

     

    The restaurant serves simple Japaneses dishes. A right venue for a quick lunch after long hour of shopping. Food served is almost the same with Tokyo Don. Environment and service- not lacking in charm.

     

    Rating: 5/10


    Address:

    Tokyo Teppan
    6 6.24.02, Level 6, Tokyo Street
    Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
    No. 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang
    55100 Kuala Lumpur


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Tokyo Teppan @ Tokyo Street Level 6, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

     

  • Senju Tei Japanese Restaurant @ Taman Melaka Raya, Malacca


    Remember my previous post- Sushi Boat, which I mentioned the second restaurant is coming up by Elaine and partner? Let's welcome Senju Tei! A contemporary Japanese set up that will mesmerize Sushi fans!!

     

    And we were here for mom's birthday celebration!

     

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    Senju Tei Japanese Restaurant @ Taman Melaka Raya, Malacca

    A fairly simple open restaurant with tables and chairs and few tatami rooms for different configurations of diners.

     

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    Matsu Sashimi @ RM 88.00

    A Japanese dish consisting of very thin bite-size slices of fresh raw fish, traditionally served with soy sauce and wasabi.The word "sashimi" is commonly misinterpreted as slices of raw fish but the real meaning of the word is actually "pierced body". A word derive from the culinary practice of sticking the fish's tail and fin to the slices in identifying the fish being eaten.

    Senju Tei serves extremely fresh sashimi- tuna, salmon, white tuna, white fish, sweet shrimp, squid and conch. Love the elegant arrangement and the refreshing taste of the sashimi!

     

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    Ebi Motoyaki @ RM 40.00
    Perfectly grilled shrimp topped with cheese and served with papaya

     

    Foie Grass @RM 40.00

    Great tasting, fine quality foie grass!

     

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    Kamo (Duck)@ RM 25.00- Must try!
    Yakitori @ RM 17.50

    Well marinated and grilled to perfection!

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    Salmon white sauce sushi @ RM 8.00
    Salmon skin maki @ RM 20.00

     

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    Grilled Fish@ RM30.00
    Nasu Miso Itame @ RM 12.00

     

    Senju Tei's extensive menu outdoes most other Japanese restaurant in Malacca. Service was excellent and price was reasonable compared with other similar outlets of the same standard.

     

    Senju Tei's saving grace is the food which is fresh, wholesome and with flashes of inspiration. Try it and you would probably keep returning for more!


    Thanks Elaine for the warm hospitality and the complimentary sorbet and sake!


    Address:


    Senju Tei Japanese Restaurant
    No4&4A,
    Jalan Melaka Raya 8,
    Taman Melaka Raya,
    75000 Melaka.

    Tel: 0178863686

     

    Website: http://www.senjutei.com.my/


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Senju Tei Japanese Restaurant @ Taman Melaka Raya, Malacca

     

  • Tokyo Don @ Tokyo Street Level 6, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur


    And so...... what's new lately? Of course the launching Tokyo Street at Pavilion Shopping Mall since July 2011. A visit to Tokyo street and a lunching session at Tokyo Don with my family.


    Tokyo Don, more like a Japanese fast food restaurant with minimal decor with a L shape counter seating and a few table to fit it. Well, the simplicity attracts indeed.

     

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    Tokyo Street Level 6, Pavillion Kuala Lumpur

     

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    Tokyo Don @ Tokyo Street Level 6, Pavillion Kuala Lumpur

     

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    Hokkai Don @ RM 28.00

    Combination of fresh salmon and salmon eggs over a sushi rice bowl served with miso soup, pickled ginger and wasabi. Yes! As simple as that. Just nice!

    Tori Katsu Udon @ RM 18.00
    Udon prepared in its simplest form with mildly flavored broth served with crispy fried chicken.

     

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    Tori Katsu Don @ RM 26.00

    Sushi rice bowl served fried chicken cutlet topped with sweet onions, sliced mushrooms, eggs and sweet soy sauce- Yummy!


    Chicken Teriyaki Don @ RM 25.00
    Sushi rice bowl served with perfectly grilled chicken- Tasty!

     

    The menu offers no earthshaking surprises and reasonably easy to follow. Tokyo Don, offers only 12 different kind of dishes ( rice and noodles), fast and simple enough to prepare with fresh ingredients with a pretty satisfying outcome.


    Rating: 5/10


    Address:

    Tokyo Don
    6 6.24.1C, Level 6, Tokyo Street
    Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
    No. 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang
    55100 Kuala Lumpur


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Tokyo Don @ Tokyo Street Level 6, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

  • La Yosh Japanese Western @ Plaza Damas, Sri Hartamas Kuala Lumpur

    Exploring Sri Hartamas again!

    La Yosh a Japanese Western restaurant with a graceful and charming ambiance arranged with warm colors and soft lighting. We were delighted that we met the hospitable owner Mr. Jeremy Yap, whom claimed himself to be the "Gourmet, Husband And Fantastic Chef"! We were honored to have a feast personally prepared by him. A friendly and courteous person indeed!

     

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    La Yosh Japanese Western @ Plaza Damas, Sri Hartamas Kuala Lumpur

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    Salad with thousand island dressing & Salad with Japanese dressing with soup of the day!

     

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    Escargot baked with garlic butter @ RM 12.80

    Imported French escargots baked with in house garlic butter. Our appetizer turned out to be appetizing enough to please us!

     

     

    Over baked Pacific Seabass @ RM 19.90

    Boneless seabass fillet baked to perfection served with Italian Pesto sauce- Excellent!


    Wafu Spaghetti @ RM 18.80

    Spaghetti prepared with shimeji and button mushroom, green onion, beef bacon (substitute with chicken), egg served in Japanese garlic sauce. Wonderful!


    A happy incorporation of western interior design alongside with a combination of Japanese cum Western cuisine. Good food priced reasonably! Definitely worth a visit!

     

    Rating:6.5/10


    Address:

    La Yosh Japanese Western
    F-0-2 Plaza Damas,
    No 60 Jalan Sri Hartamas 1
    50480 Kuala Lumpur

    Tel: +603- 6201 8648

    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- La Yosh Japanese Western

     

  • Sushi Boat Restaurant @ Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall

    It was a wonderful Sunday in Malacca (Melaka) with my brother and sister in law pampering me with great sushi at Sushi Boat Restaurant in Dataran Pahlawan Megamall. When we arrived, we were greeted by Sushi Boat Owner Elaine Ong. She was friendly and great!! Because of my brother's frequent patronizing, Elaine has become a friend of my dearest brother.

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    An unique concept of boat-liked shape design Sushi Kiosk

     

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    Fresh Sashimi Mix: Shiro Maguro (White Tuna), Maguro (Tuna) and Sake (Salmon) @ RM 48.80- Thumbs up!
    Sweet Curry Salmon Head dish -not listed in the menu-Awesome!

     

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    Sushi Boat offers most Japanese cooking styles, from sushi, sashimi, tempura to sumiyaki. Start with deliciously fresh salmon sashimi, tender homemade egg-roll sushi and California Rolls.


    Prices for color plates:
    Grey@ RM 2.80
    Green@ RM3.80
    Dark Blue @ RM 4.80
    Red @ RM 5.80
    Sky Blue @ RM 6.80
    Yellow @ RM 7.80

    Because of the overwhelming response, I am glad to announce that Sushi Boat is expanding its second branch at Melaka Raya in October 2011.

     

    Rating: 6/10

     

    Address:

    Sushi Boat Restaurant
    F3-03i & F3-03j, Dataran Pahlawan
    Melaka Megamall, Jalan Merdeka
    75000 Bandar Hilir
    Melaka
    Tel: +6017 886 3686 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +6017 886 3686 end_of_the_skype_highlighting

    Website: Sushi Boat Facebook

    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog- Sushi Boat Restaurant @ Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall

     

  • Poco Homemade Cafe & Atelier @ Lorong Kurau, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur

    A quaintly decorated cafe cum artist studio located at a housing area in Bangsar. The cafe is hardly noticeable due to its location, somehow, it's becoming more crowd pleasing perhaps the uniqueness of the cafe's concept and their specialties draw the attention.


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    Poco Homemade Cafe & Atelier @ Jalan Kurau, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur


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    Lunch Sets- Poco Mama's Home Cooked Dishes @ RM 10.00 (add RM 1.00 for tea dessert)

    Serving- a dish with rice, pickles, tea and dessert- pretty satisfying! Feeling healthy too *smiles*

    Besides serving healthy lunch sets, Poco serves ala carte home cook Japanese dishes and yummy desserts too.

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    Omellete Rice with Curry @ RM 13.80
    Udon/Soba Noodle Soup with Fried Ebi @ RM 15.80


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    Udon soba Noodle soup @ RM 10.80
    Chicken Roll @ RM 11.80

     

    Food served is on par thought limited in varieties. Aromatic fried rice, tasty soup base and flavorful chicken roll- Pleasing!

     

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    UCC Original Blend Coffee @ RM6.00
    Soya Green Tea @ RM 5.00
    White Chocolate Semifreddo @ RM 12.00

    Soya Green tea, not too sweet yet smooth- Just nice! Semifreddo and tofu cakes are both the dessert I wanted to try so much. Semifreddo is a class of semi frozen dessert with a texture of frozen mouse. Loving white chocolate semifreddo by Poco and love the white rose design too!

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    Poco Homemade Tofu Cake @ RM 8.00
    Tofu with cream cheese, yummy! I heart Semifreddo & tofu cakes.

    Poco Homemade Cafe & Atelier, a cafe with it's soft and lovely homey design and it's home cook food concept -Appealing! Do visit!


    Rating: 6/10


    Address:

    Poco Homemade Cafe & Atelier
    1, Lorong Kurau,
    Bangsar 59100
    Kuala Lumpur
    Tel: +6016- 267 9218

    Opening Hours:
    Tuesday-Sunday
    12pm- 9 pm

    Website: http://pocohomemade.blogspot.com


    For more photos:

    Lushia's Food Blog-Poco Homemade Cafe & Atelier