Having started in Las Vegas, USA, Tail & Fin’s poke brand featuring ‘bowls and rolls’…
Founded in 1994 by Japanese chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa and American actor Robert De Niro, who…
The sashimi here was very fresh, very tasty, and clearly of supreme quality.
Hilton Kuala Lumpur brings you the taste of Japan’s premium Tokushima grade A5 wagyu beef.
What’s not to love about grilled meat on sticks and sake? These yakitori places in KL and Selangor have fun food, good drinks deals, and lively atmospheres.
Tucked away in Kepong, Zen and Co. ticks all the boxes when it comes to offering unique and reasonably priced Japanese fusion food, desserts, and beverages.
What’s great about Toridoki is that you can easily put together any sort of meal you like, choosing from veggies, salads, appetizers, side dishes, and of course that appealing array of grilled chicken skewers.
Fresh fish is Fincch’s pride, flown in from Tokyo’s Tsukiji market every Tuesday and Friday.
If you’re looking for an indulgent all-you-can-eat meal, then Kuro Japanese Steamboat should be on your list.
A cafe and florist that not only serves coffee, but Asian rice bowls.
Celebrate Chinese New Year with a playful Japanese-Peruvian twist at Nobu Kuala Lumpur.
Dealing with a Rubik’s Cube has never been more delicious. Have a go at devouring the colourful yoghurt-based creation by Homuri Homemade Desserts.
Matcha maniacs, meet MaikoTea Cafe, potentially KL’s premier destination for drinking green tea.
Potato chips, crispy fish skin and tortilla chips in fun, crowd-rousing flavours; it’s best to stock up on tubs on Hofu, since they’ll prove irresistible to everyone.
Walk through the noren at the entrance of Hachi, and you’ll find a bakery-cafe with plenty of heart and passion, promising specialities with a distinctively Japanese touch, tinged with traditional European craftsmanship.