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Imai-Ya Japanese Restaurant at Cheras, Kuala Lumpur

There are many good Japanese restaurants in town. And one of them is this newly opened Japanese restaurant called Imai-Ya. Imai-Ya is only about 6 months old when we visited their restaurant. When we arrived at Imai-Ya that afternoon, there were already a table of Japanese customers dining at Imai-Ya. If you see Japanese dining at a Japanese restaurant that kept ordering more and more food to their table, you can expect that the food is good. We were told by the manager that these group of Japanese were their repeating customers and to be just 6 months old with Japanese as repeating customers, Imai-Ya is definitely doing something right.


I have always love unagi and if it is on the menu, that would be the first thing that I would order. This is Imai-Ya’s Special Unagi Maki which is basically crabstick wrapped with rice and topped with a slice of unagi, avocado and some roe. This pretty looking Special Unagi Maki is priced at RM37.20.


If you like fish roe and sashimi salmon, you would love Imai-Ya’s Salmon Nishoku. Don’t let my photo deceive you. The portion for this dish is actually quite big and for RM13.90 only, this dish is a steal. Hey, salmon is not cheap okay.


Don’t like the fish roe? Then try this Aki Sashimi Moriawase, a plate of three chunky slices each of three different types of fish – salmon fish, yellow-tail fish and tuna fish.

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Kuala Lumpur Publika

Fahrenheit 600 and Brass Boiler at Publika

The name Fahrenheit 600 was given by the owners of Fahrenheit 600 as it represents their custom made brick oven that is set to 600 degrees Fahrenheit. The oven is use to cook most of the dishes they serve and they include pizza, bread and etc.


This is one of the favorite item here, Popeye The Sailor pizza. The pizza toppings include spinach, caramelized onion, garlic, mascarpone cheese, Fahrenheit 600’s signature cream sauce and eggs. If you are not a fan of spinach, consider ordering the other pizza. I didn’t quite like this pizza as the spinach is a little watery making the pizza dough chewy.


Fahrenheit 600’s seafood pasta on the other hand was a hit for me. It was flavorful and it was topped with lots of seafood ingredients. This seafood pasta was a special on that day, so you wouldn’t find it on the menu. It was so good that I hope the owners would consider putting this in their menu.


Next, we tried Fahrenheit 600’s Aunty Joana’s Baked Egg. This is a creative way of recreating the all day breakfast menu. Aunty Joana’s Baked Egg consist of oven baked home made chicken sausage in signature sauce, caramelized onions, sauteed mushrooms, baked beans, topped with cheese and oven baked eggs served with slices of bread – the usual ingredients that you would find in any all day breakfast menu.

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Barbecue Buffet Empire Damansara Korean Food Kuala Lumpur

Korean Barbecue San Nae Deul at Empire Damansara

We bought a groupon coupon just recently to try out San Nae Deul’s Korean Ala Carte Barbecue Buffet at RM45++ (dinner). For your information, the lunch promotion is price at RM39++. Upon arrival at San Nae Deul Restaurant at Empire Damansara, we were surprise to see that the restaurant offers the same promotion. So from the customer point of view, there is no different buying from groupon than coming here straight without buying the coupon. What goes on between groupon and San Nae Deul Restaurant is none of my business but I assume the restaurant would earn lesser as they would have to pay some commission to groupon for advertising for them. That said, what I’m trying to tell you is that you do not need to purchase the coupon from groupon to enjoy San Nae Deul Korean Ala carte Barbecue Buffet at Empire Damansara.


The menu is divided into 2 parts. Only items listed under the heading of ala carte buffet falls under the promotion. The others would attract additional charges. There are many things available on the menu (mostly meat). Here are some of the things we ordered. We had much more but I chose not to show here as my pictures are blurry due to the poor lighting at the restaurant and my lousy camera.

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Asian Food Malaysia Thai Food

Thai Chili’s at Jalan Tun H.S. Lee, Kuala Lumpur (close to China Town / Petaling Street)

Did you know that there’s a new Thai restaurant at Jalan Tun H.S. Lee? Thai Chili’s is a new Thai restaurant serving Thai food by Thai chefs. So if you are looking for real authentic Thai food in Kuala Lumpur, this is the place to be.


There are many dishes on the menu. All reasonably priced considering that this Thai restaurant is located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. This is Thai Chili’s Tom Yum Seafood at RM 18.90. It consists of a mix of prawns, squids and fish slices. If you are concerned about the spiciness of each dish, don’t worry about it. Because here at Thai Chili’s, you’ll get to adjust the spiciness level of each dish according to what suits you best.


This is Steamed Seabass Fish with Lime and Chilis at RM44.90. The flavor is spot on. It is a great combination of sweet, sour and spicy flavors. It is so good that I can have this everyday.


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