I came across this promo through the Facebook page of d’Tempat Country Club.
I am a fan of Japanese food. Upon seeing such good deal, I am overwhelmed. Thus, without much hesitation, I called up to make a reservation in order to avoid disappointment. (in case of full house)
As we seated, we were given this copy of ‘made-to-order’, selection of main course which is not available at the buffet table. Each visitor is entitled for one main course, choose only 1 from the choice of 5 dishes. There were 4 of us. Therefore we were able to choose 4 types.
Grilled Salmon with Teriyaki Sauce (Shake Teriyaki)
Pan-fried salmon then glazed with a sweetened soy sauce (teriyaki).
Grilled Mackerel with Salt (Saba Shio)
This piece of grilled mackarel with salt tasted good. It was not dry nor overcooked, and the saltiness was just nice.
Fried Battered Seafood (Tempura Mori)
The tempura batter was crispy and light. Only consists of 2 prawns, a piece of mushroom and an eggplant.
Teppanyaki Style Chicken (Tori Teppanyaki)
Chicken in teppanyaki style. I felt that the chicken cutlets were too big. I preferred it to be in smaller cube, so that its easier for the meat to absorb the flavors.
For starter, there were salad with choice of dressing.
Also available was Chuka Kurage (Seasoned Jellyfish) & Chuka Wakame (Seasoned Sesame Seaweed) as appetizer.
Round shaped, a Japanese snack made of wheat flour-based batter with a piece of octopus inside. However the filling was too little.
Move on to the sushi counter, a glimpse of the busy chef preparing sushi.
Colorful Maki-sushi (Roll Sushi)
Choice of Nigiri Sushi
My favorite Salmon Sushi.
*both Nigiri & Maki can be re-ordered.
Other than sushi, they also served fried rice. But the rice was kinda mushy I felt.
Chicken & Vegetables in Japanese Stock
As for dessert, they served slices of cakes,
and ice cream.
Black Sesame & Green Tea ice cream would be my favorite combination. A must have in Japanese food.
*Do take note that the desserts may varies all the time.
If you think the dishes are insufficient, here’s a list of additional add ons dishes for extra RM4 (nett) per item.
The buffet is only available on Saturday (dinner) and Sunday (lunch).
Saturday (6.30pm – 10.00pm)
Sunday (12.00pm – 3.00pm)
Although it stated “All You Can Eat Sushi”, but they served more than just sushi. Overall, I felt that paying RM38 nett for the above dishes in a Japanese restaurant is worth eating.
Haruta ,d’Tempat Country Club
PT 12653, Jalan Pusat Dagangan Sendayan 1, 71950 Bandar Sri Sendayan, Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus, 71950 Seremban
Last but not least, I like the gentle reminder of not to waste food. Please take food according to your needs. Do not be greedy and end up wasting food. Cheers 🙂
*solely based on writer's own opinion*