Ninja Jones, Northpoint-MidValley, KL

Update: 11/07/2010 NINJA JONES closed for business operation, try their other Japanese food outlet "SUSHI BAR" at The Garden, 3rd Floor, Isetan side, next to Yuzu Japanese Restaurant

Ninja Jones Japanese Restaurant
A-G-5, Ground Floor, Northpoint,
Mid valley City,
No.1 Medan Syed Putra Utara,
59200 Kuala Lumpur.
GPS: 3.120346,101.677834
Tel: 03-2288 1646
It was my first time dining at Ninja Jones. The ambiance, the variety of food and the interesting waiters dressed up in Ninja costumes really made me fall in love with the place. It makes you feel that you are risking your lives just to have a good meal.
Their Sets price is on a higher side, ranging from RM25 to RM80 as they serves wagyu beef and raw salmon.
We ordered the sets and few ala-carte dishes to share. Sorry that I couldn't recalled the prices as we were sharing the bill.

Overall, the food was good. Quality food which is really fresh was served. Expensive, but worth a try.
Enoki Mushroom Roll
Enoki mushroom wrapped with beef. Very flavourful and tasted really good.
Chawanmushi
The steamed egg was so smooth and with adequate amount of crab stick, mushroom, gingko and chicken.
Salad
Fresh vegetables with sesame sauce dressing. Tasted very refreshing. Love it!
Edamame
Sweet and nice. Good to have this while chit-chatting and waiting for other dishes to be serves.
Salad
Salmon with rice soup
Unagi with rice
Tempura Set
Unagi Set
Grilled Kobe Beef Set
Grilled Fish Set
Sushi Set

Comments

Anonymous said…
wow......something good.....keep it up.....would like to go there sometime later......
Anonymous said…
hi there
can u email me 5 places i should not miss eating at
am going to KL on June
Thanks
mike
www.gourmandtales.wordpress.com
gourmandtales@yahoo.com
Angeline said…
Dear Gourmandtales,

The first place you should visit is Lot10 Hutong, where all the best hawker food in KL were invited to open a stall there by YTL. You can check out the post on my blog!

The other 4 places, you have to let me know, you are more fancy to restaurant high end or low end, hawker food or fine dining.

My recommendation are based on my own taste bud, but I'll check around for you to confirm the places I recommended you, were good
Unknown said…
Hi Angeline,

Is that mean the Ninja Jones will not open for business anymore?
Do you have any update on it?
How about the Yuzu at Gargen? Closed for business as well?
Thanks.

BR,
Alfred.
alfredchan.yw@gmail.com

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