Was waiting for Alex to fetch me after his work. Was still at Pavilion though. Being lazy to drive elsewhere; therefore without any doubts we had our dinner at Pavilion. Decisions were hardly made. I was too tired to think. Despite I handed all the decisions to Alex. Yet he still asking “what cuisine would you prefer?” Japanese ke? Chinese ke? Western ke? Arghhh….I’m blank darling. Please help me decide. Finally Alex made this; Ichiban Boshi as his choice.
KL really do has ample of Japanese Restaurants Perhaps I really do need alot of time to try most of it. Speaking of Ichiban Boshi; I felt that its quite similar to Sushi Zanmai. There’s another outlet too, located at Sunway Giza. Ohh ya…the main similarity to Sushi Zanmai is, often sees crowded!!!
Alex concentrating on the menu
The usual display. Wasabi & pickled ginger.
I usually prefers to sit the area with kaiten belt, strolling all the sushis.
Sushi from the kaiten belt are priced at RM 2 (beige plate), RM 4 (red plate) and RM 6 (brown plate).
We ordered some ala-carte dish from the menu. Before the food arrives; we picked some sushi from kaiten belt which look pretty attractive!
half portion(mini) curry udon – RM10.90
Good portion, best suits small eater. The curry taste good too! Ain’t too spicy though.
Chicken Suki Gozen – RM19.90
(a complete meal with an affordable price)
a pot of delicious soup with mushrooms & tofu. Unfortunately it took ages to boil. The chicken fillets yet to cook, but it has ran out of flame. Therefore kena request the waiter to re-lit the flame.
Chicken fillets to cook in the pot.
Food : 3.5/5
Price : 3.5/5
Ambiance : 3.5/5
Service : 3.5/5
168, Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
2 thoughts on “Dinner @ Ichiban Boshi, Pavilion”
Wow sushi train! I guess thats bad for me as its easy to grab what I want and might end up eating a lot.
Ray; hahahah…you are so funny! Actually its quite true also…take and take, without realizing, actually the plates are already piling up! hahahah