Monday, April 29, 2013

Unlimited Sushi Weekend @ Enju Japanese Restaurant, Prince Hotel KL

Enju is The Prince Hotel's casual Japanese restaurant serving modern Japanese cuisine. There is a sushi bar, a la carte dining area as well as private tatami rooms. Every Friday and Saturday, diners can enjoy unlimited sushi at Enju for RM65++ per person. 

Choose from a selection of nigiri sushi (sushi rice topped with sliced seafood), makimono (rolled sushi), temaki (hand rolled sushi) and gunkan sushi (battleship sushi), which you can order and eat as much as you like. Other than unlimited sushi, the sushi dinner also includes either miso soup or clear bonito soup, one main course and one dessert. Sounds like a great deal, right?

Sushi, sushi and more sushi! Eat to your heart's content ;)

Service is good, food arrived pretty quickly after we placed our order and green tea was refilled without us having to ask (never had an empty cup all night). We were served some pickled ginger and an appetizer of gindara (cod fish) with a lovely shoyu butter sauce.



There are 19 types of sushi to choose from, and we tried 14 of them (with multiple orders of some, of course;)). The nigiri sushi topping includes maguro (tuna), ebi (boiled tiger prawn), abura bouzu (butter fish), shake (salmon), ika (squid), tamago (egg omelet), suzuki (seabass), tako (boiled octopus), hamachi (yellow tail) and inari (sweet bean curd skin). I like the tuna, butter fish, seabass and hamachi. From the gunkan sushi section, we ordered one with ebiko (fish roe). From the makimono sushi section, we tried the dynamite roll (fresh salmon, tempura prawn, avocado) and jumbo unakyu maki (grilled eel, salmon roe, cucumber and lettuce). I like the dynamite roll, colours were pretty and the tempura prawn gave it some texture. We also had california maki (avocado, cucumber, crab stick, fish roe) and soft shell crab maki (deep fried soft shell crab, fish roe and cucumber).

Sushi galore!


We had one each of the miso soup and clear bonito soup - goes well with all the raw fish!


Dynamite roll (there's no rice - I LIKE!)

California roll and soft shell crab maki - lovely!


Jumbo Unakyu Maki 


For the main course, you can choose one item from this selection - beef sirloin teppanyaki, mixed vegetable and prawn tempura, yasai korokke (crispy vegetable croquette), shake teppanyaki and chicken teriyaki. Both Hubby and I went for the Australian beef sirloin teppanyaki, served with garlic, shoyu butter and mixed salad. The beef was slightly chewy in parts, but the shoyu butter sauce was very good.



Round 2 of sushi


For dessert, we both picked the green tea ice cream, served with a red bean compote. A satisfying end to our dinner. :)



You can read our hotel review here.


Service: Excellent.

Location: Enju Japanese Restaurant, Level 2, Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur, 4 Jalan Conlay, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Tel: 03-2170 8888

Website: http://www.princehotelkl.com

GPS Coordinates: 3.150179, 101.714516


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18 comments:

  1. but my favorite is scalloppppppp!!!

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  2. Hello... just blog hopping. You got a well crafted blog. Keep sharing those recipes. :)

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  3. Pretty good deal! Big eaters who love sushi will surely untung hah! hah!

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    1. Hehe yea, but rice is pretty filling. We had to stop at 4 rounds :P

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  4. Dim sum, ok...sushi, no, thank you...and eeeee!!!! What's that with all that mayo? LOL!!!

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  5. Yen,I love the ice cream with red bean paste

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  6. the beef sirloin teppanyaki looks tempting! :)

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    1. The sauce for the beef is good, but beef itself can be better.

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  7. I do like sushi & maki but it is quite difficult to eat a lot with so much rice... its nice that they have some rolls without rice and that there is also a main course and dessert included... :D

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    1. That's true, the rice was very filling. Usually when we go to a Jap buffet we would avoid the sushi.

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  8. Wow, great for sushi lovers! Looks good!

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  9. Unlimited sushi ?! Count me in :D

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  10. Wow, everything look so good here!!!! I must show this post to my hubby, LOL....

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  11. RM 65 for all you can eat in an atas restaurant?!? ON AH this weekend must go and whack already :D

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  12. Yummy. This is tempting. I love Ice-cream.

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