Friday, September 29, 2017

Dine with Me Weekend Promo @ Tatsu, InterContinental KL

Given the choice of all-you-can-eat Japanese buffet or a premium 4-course Japanese dinner (read: thick cut sashimi and charcoal grilled Wagyu beef), I'd chose the latter every time.

Tatsu in InterContinental Kuala Lumpur have come up with yet another fantastic promotion for Japanese food lovers. Every weekend, diners can enjoy a Japanese feast via the Dine With Me promo, priced at RM888 nett for 4 persons. With this promo, diners can expect top quality, premium ingredients prepared in various cooking techniques.



Kickstart your meal with this impressive, mouthwatering appetizer platter. Not only does it look amazing, every morsel on the platter was absolutely delicious.

Chef Tommy Kuan tells us that the seafood is air-flown in twice a week from Kyushu Island in Japan. On the platter, you will find tuna, kanpachi, salmon, hotate and akagai sashimi, as well as ikura sushi, avocado sushi, anago sushi and uni sushi. Everything was so fresh, and I especially enjoyed the thick slices of sashimi with the freshly grated wasabi. There are also baked oysters topped with mayonnaise which are best enjoyed warm.



Making a dramatic entrance, enhanced by dry ice.



The sight of this makes me very happy :)


Hand-grated fresh wasabi



Hamaguri Miso Soup, Japanese clam miso soup with tofu, spring onion and wakame.



For the next course, diners will be served the Seafood Platter, which feature ingredients such as unagi, salmon, prawns and snow crab.

Instead of the usual unagi kabayaki that we are accustomed to, the eel is steamed with sake for its natural flavour to shine. The snow crab legs were my favorite from this platter with its wonderfully sweet flesh. Salmon is prepared in two styles, shioyaki (salty) and teriyaki (sweet). The ebi tempura showcases plump, juicy prawns in a light batter. There are also four other types of tempura served on this platter, namely shirao (small ice fish) kakiage, broccoli tempura, asparagus tempura and yamaimo (mountain yam) tempura.








It's all about the meat in the third course. The highlight of the platter is the Wagyu sumiyaki served with Himalayan salt. Diners can cook the thin slices of Wagyu over a charcoal grill... as they're so thin, they cook quickly. We thoroughly enjoyed the tender, juicy beef, simply with a touch of salt.

In this platter, you will also find Grilled honey chicken with sudachi, Lamb teppanyaki with Cheddar cheese aonori, Stewed beef cheek with red wine, Stewed aigamo (duck) with julienned carrot, kyuri and radish, Bacon with fried potato roll and Mushroom teppanyaki.


Chef Tommy Kuan







The meal ends with a bang, with a fantastic Dessert platter. The Grand Marnier ice souffle is rich, creamy and tangy; a lovely, refreshing end to our meal. There is also Haagen Daaz green tea ice cream and delightful mochi.




So gather your friends and family and head over to Tatsu for a fabulous time this weekend. The Dine with Me promo is available on Saturdays and Sundays for dinner only.



Note: Tatsu's Japanese buffet is currently ceased to allow this promotion to be rolled out however I think their regular customers will be pleased with this new promo.

CIMB and Citibank cardholders can enjoy a 20% discount. For reservations, please call +603 2782 6118.

Opening times: Lunch 11.30am to 2.30pm; Dinner 6.30pm to 10.30pm daily.


Location: Tatsu Japanese Restaurant, Level 1, InterContinental Hotel Kuala Lumpur, 165 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Tel: 03-2782 6118

Website: http://kualalumpur.intercontinental.com/dining/tatsu-japanese-cuisine

GPS Coordinates: 3.160249, 101.717584


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2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the highlight. Looking for Japanese food :)

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  2. Everything looks absolutely gorgeous. Presentations in Japanese cuisine are always so creative, so artistic.

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