Lunch @ Waku Waku Restaurant, Midvalley

During a lunch outing with my girlfriends, 2 weeks ago..

I suggested  Waku Waku Restaurant, Midvalley. I knew about this place after reading it from Sean of Eat Drink KL and Baby Sumo of Eat your heart out.

Both of them shared nice reviews and photos about this place. Apart from that…the price seems to be quite affordable too. I meant it won’t burn a big hole on your wallet…kekeke…

The menu attached with photos is simple and easy to understand. Knew about the Char Kuey Teow and Nasi Lemak ala Jepun…but we weren’t really on to that. Preferred to order something more Jepun…

For drinks we ordered Genmai Cha (Rice Tea) for RM2.90/ glass. And its refillable.

Sukiyaki Nabe (RM18.90) arrived first. My friend commented the thinly sliced beef meat were good. While the Japanese soy sauce soup base were so tasty that we just couldn’t stop sipping till the last drop. ^^

Okonomi Yaki (RM13.90), a Japanese pancake made of flour and egg with the ingredients of shredded cabbage, onion, meat and squid. Topped with okonomiyaki sauce and Japanese mayonnaise. I find it not bad actually.

Irodori Kushiyaki Mori (RM18.90). Assorted skewers consist of salmon, chicken fillet and chicken wing. Perfectly grilled with glazing of teriyaki sauce.

Chicken Hamburg Steak 180g (RM17.90). Hamburg is their signature dish. If you can’t take beef…you can at least choose chicken. I want to go back for this! Tasty and nicely cooked hamburg with Japanese soy sauce which was not too watery or salty. Moreover the patty was not too tough or dry…easily to chew. Placed in a stone plate together with an egg, fried potato slices and some corns.

Food(as above) : 8/10

Price : Affordable

Ambiance : Comfortable

Waku Waku (Opposite Mid Valley Exhibition Centre)
 Lot T-015B, Level 3
 Mid Valley Megamall,
Mid Valley City
 Lingkaran Syed Putra
 59200 Kuala Lumpur.
 Tel: 03 – 22841172

Remark: This restaurant has closed down. Thank you.

23 thoughts on “Lunch @ Waku Waku Restaurant, Midvalley”

    1. Sean – Yah…I am one satisfied customer. Last week they did a promo on Living Social (discounted site)…I managed to buy some vouchers! 😀 Do try the sukiyaki n hope you’ll like it.

  1. Slurpsssss!!! The steak looks so good, cheap too!!! I usually skip MV when in KL – can’t stand the jam…may be able to get there easily if I go early…but getting out can be a pain. Long queues for taxis…. Tsk! Tsk!

    1. suituapui – yalor. I agreed on the crowd. Especially on weekends. No more long queues for Taxi now! Years back..memang yes..Now becos the komuter stops at Midvalley…so, many ppl will go with that. But bear with the delays, or sardine coach during peak hour 😉

  2. The sukiyaki nabe looks good. Vibrant colours unlike some places that I see the meat looking all dark red and almost greyish:(

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