The ocean’s bounty, flown in from Tsukiji Market and across the globe, turned into ceviches, poke bowls and other classic and contemporary recipes at a casual kitchen: Meant to evoke a seafood market, Taman Desa’s Eatomo Food Co is hooking this neighbourhood up with fresh fish, oysters, mussels and more, reeling us in with fun ideas by husband-and-wife team Calvin and Eva.

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Seasonal catch

Stroll into this sunny, welcoming space and you’ll spot a showcase of seasonal catch – perhaps yellow sea bream or red snapper – that can be purchased to bring home or prepared as sashimi at Eatomo. Your selected fish could also be the foundation for a customised Peruvian ceviche, perking up the palate with its zesty brightness (RM11.90 per 100 grammes of citrus-cured seafood, or RM24.90 for mixed ceviche with guacamole and corn tortilla chips).

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Poke bowl

Fans of seafood medleys can also check out the California Poke Bowl (RM21.90), KL’s latest incarnation of the Hawaiian-inspired comfort food, a satisfyingly balanced combo of steamed rice blanketed with various sashimi, a tasty poke marinade, creamy guacamole, crab salad, masago and spicy mayo.

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Oysters

Calvin is an oyster buff, so make your way here for molluscs: Eatomo currently boasts an opening promotion of live Washington Pacific or French Fine de Claire oysters for RM5 per piece (until Sept. 11, limited to six per person for dine-in only) – the former prove enjoyably sweet and creamy. The fried oyster basket is also well worthwhile, featuring five large, fleshy Hiroshima oysters confidently cooked in a crisp panko crust, served steaming-hot with house-made tartar sauce (RM19.90).

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More oceanic temptations

Other temptations include irreproachably juicy Chilean black mussels with fries, fundamentally in the style of Belgium’s moules-frites, but with a couple of twists, with a lightly tangy curry wine sauce in a cast iron nabe pot (RM36.90), and irresistibly crunchy-tender ebi furai (RM14.90 for six pieces).

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Some non-seafood dishes

But you’ll also find non-seafood highlights like a wok-fired spicy gyutandon (RM18.90; rice with prime Australian beef tongue made extra flavourful with a three-chilli savoury shoyu garlic sauce), ‘umami’ chicken wings (RM15.90 for six; a sweet-salty, can’t-fail crowd-rouser) and peppery edamame with hints of truffle oil (RM5.90).

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Desserts

For dessert, the Sakura raindrop cake is a visual delight, with the firmer-than-usual mizu shingen mochi made striking by the presence of a pickled cherry blossom in full bloom at its core. Wine will be available eventually to complement your meal, but for now, bring your own – corkage is a very reasonable RM10. Many thanks to Eatomo for having us here.

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Location & Details

Eatomo Food Company

11-1-1 Jalan 3/109F, Taman Danau Desa, Kuala Lumpur.

Tues-Sun, 1130am-3pm, 530pm-1030pm.

Tel: +603-2303-1608

Find: View directory for Eatomo Food Co. here

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