Fresh seafood on display
Mussels and clams, which can be prepared in a number of ways
Menu, with some of their specialties
View from the restaurant
It was a cool morning since it had been raining earlier, so we chose a table next to the windows. Natural sunlight poured in, and we could see greenery when we looked out - quite lovely indeed. I picked out a pack of salmon sashimi from the counter and ordered the rest from their menu. We shared a gyudon (RM16.90) - prime Australian beef slices cooked in a shoyu mirin onion sauce topped on Japanese rice, and served with a sous vide onsen egg and miso soup. The beef was tender and flavorful, we definitely enjoyed this. Other than beef bowls, they also have California-inspired poke bowls, and salmon ikura don.
We also ordered the Nagoya Tebasaki Wings (6 pieces for RM15.90), Eatomo's take on the classic West LA favorite. I love chicken wings, and this gets my seal of approval. Crispy, moist and nicely seasoned, these umami wings were indeed finger licking good. Other than wings, they also do fried oysters (using large Hiroshima oysters) and shrimp.
Truffle infused edamame with salt and pepper (RM5.90)
One of the main reasons for our visit was to satisfy my cravings for sashimi. Happy to report that the salmon sashimi here is very fresh with nice, fatty marbling. We got the large pack for RM34.90 (which contains about 25-30 pieces), however they also do a smaller pack for RM19.90. Oyster fans will be pleased to find fresh live oysters from France going at RM6.90 a piece.
You will also find raindrop cake here for dessert. Slightly on the firm side.
Opening times: Tues-Fri 12pm-3pm, 6pm-10.30pm; Sat & Sun 12pm-3pm, 5.30pm-10.30pm. Closed on Mondays.
Location: Eatomo Food Company, 11-1-1 Jalan 3/109F, Taman Danau Desa, 58100 Kuala Lumpur. (Street parking)
GPS Coordinates: 3.100596, 101.687453
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