“Dear reader, so sorry that this blog went hibernate for a week. Because the author was busy chasing dateline.”
I visited Eyuzu Japanese Cuisine, Eastin Hotel two weeks ago.
Last 2 months, I managed to grab this good deal from Everyday. It attracts 5000 buyers with the value price of RM46/ person. Applicable for dinner from Friday – Sunday.
Thought it would be a great opportunity to use it during ma birthday.
Though the dinner begins at 6.30pm, I was rather surprised seeing a large number of diners queuing at the entrance of Eyuzu (located at first floor). What’s more surprising was that everyone was holding a printed copy of their coupon! Wonder do Eyuzu still serve quality food though knowing the fact that everyone came with coupons.
Taking after the name of Japan’s rare and expensive fruit of mysterious provenance – /yuzu – /Eyuzu at the Eastin Hotel represents authenticity and exquisiteness. Recently awarded “*Best Asian Cuisines Restaurant*” and “*Best Asian Cuisine Chef*” by the Hospitality Asia Platinum Awards 2005/2006, you will find haute cuisine such as sizzling teppanyaki, sukiyaki, crispy tender tempura and sumptuous sashimi.
My favorite corner. Of sushi & sashimi. They served varieties of fresh handmade sushi & fresh sashimi which I couldn’t resist. Oh ya, they replenish the sashimi pretty quick. So, don’t need to pile up your food till others can’t get their share lor..hehhe…
WOW…check out the fresh sashimi!! Each slice are equally thick. I was told that they served Grade A sashimi. SLURRRPPP….wanting more!
Enjoyed each and every piece of it.
The prawns were very fresh too
All were place in a small bowl. Look so pleasant and handy!
Crispy Seaweed, Salmon Skin, Prawn & Crabstick
Unagi was good. Unfortunately the chicken cutlet were quite lousy. Very bland….
Chicken Skewer – not nice. meat too dry.
Teppanyaki Section. Pick your choice of meat and get them to cook for you.
Chawan Mushi was awesome. Silky smooth egg with condiments beneath.
Shark Fin Soup – couldn’t find any shark fin though.
Customize your own udon or soba with some condiments. Delicious!
Types of cakes. But they were just average.
Japanese Pancakes were made fresh on the spot. I added honey and chocolate sauce on it. They were small, not too thick and very fluffy. NICE!
Mochi with fillings. (peanut, black sesame, red bean). They are my favorite.
How about some Hot Mochi? They are glutinous ball with fillings boiled in warm water then coated with peanuts. So, its served warm. Unfortunately I think its overcooked. So, it was kinda mushy.
Strawberry & Green Tea Ice Cream
The very laku slices of Melon. The natural sweetness and fragrant which tells me to return for more.
Though there were some not so nice dishes, but with that superb Sashimi I had…I will be happy enough!EYUZU Japanese Cuisine Eastin Hotel13 Jalan 16/11, Pusat Dagang Seksyen 16 46350 Petaling Jaya, Selangor +603 – 7665 1111
Business Hours: Mon – Sun: 12.00pm – 2.30pm, 6.30pm – 10.30pmWEBSITE