Saturday, March 5, 2016

Sushi Omakase @ Hanaya Japanese Dining, KL

On Valentine's Day this year, Hubby suggested that we go to my current favorite Japanese restaurant, Hanaya for lunch. Coincidentally the kids were with their grandparents for the day, so that freed us up from parenting duties.

As usual, we sat at the sushi counter where all the action happens. I had my usual order of bara chirashi (RM40) - yup, I'm definitely a creature of habit. If it's good, I don't mind having the same thing over and over again




Hubby decided to go for the premium sushi set (RM100) - in the menu, it's called Assorted Sushi, Matsu (Special). Since we were sitting at the sushi counter, the chef will serve it piece by piece to your plate. In total, Hubby had 10 different types of sushi - the sushi topping is dependent on the fresh seasonal premium ingredients they have in the restaurant, so it was kind of like a sushi omakase experience. Some of the sushi that Hubby was served was hirame, kampachi, kinmedai, mirugai, fugu, octopus, uni and otoro. On top of that, they also served a chawanmushi and miso soup after all the sushi has been served.




Kinmedai

Mirugai



Fugu


Otoro (tuna belly)


Uni (sea urchin)


Negitoro


Complimentary dessert - caramel hazelnut ice cream


Thanks Hubby for the Valentine's Day treat!




Opening times: Lunch 11.30am - 2.30pm; Dinner 6.00pm til late.

Price: Total bill RM159, including 2 green teas. Green tea is RM5 per cup (refillable).

Location: Hanaya Japanese Dining, Lobby Floor, Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur, 160 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Tel: 03-2110 5499

Website: http://sushitrain.com.my/hanaya/#menu-3


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3 comments:

  1. Valentine? Back-dated post, I guess. Hmmm...Japanese, not some dimly-lit place, candlelight and roses and violin music and all? Hehehehehe!!!!

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  3. Yummy! Japanese food is really unique especially with their flavors.

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