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Saisaki @ Wisma UOA II

Angeline Friday, September 2, 2011 , , ,
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Saisaki Healthy Japanese Restaurant which was founded in 1999 and housed at UOA II, Kuala Lumpur, has been serving its ever faithful diners for the last 12 years with its fine Japanese cuisine. With its success at this particular restaurant, the owner decided to further serve its fine cuisine to more strategic locations. Then in 2005, Shogun Healthy Japanese Restaurant was started in 1 Utama, Petaling Jaya. This location boasts a sitting capacity for more than 400 diners and in many occasions has been full. In the year 2007 saw the beginning of yet another branch, Shogun Healthy Japanese Restaurant located at Sunway Pyramid, Petaling Jaya. All these 3 Restaurants have increased its clientele by leaps and bound. At these restaurants, you can let your taste buds run wild and savor the mouth watering delicacies of the rising sun.


Saisaki 
Unit No1-9, 1st Floor, Wisma UOA II
No. 21, Jalan Pinang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur.
Te l: 603-21663728
Website: http://saisaki.com.my/
Buffet Lunch: RM53.80++ (Adult)
Buffet Dinner: RM63.80++ (Adult)
Buffet Lunch/Dinner: RM18.80++ (Child)

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Hi, I’m back with a food review. Sort of, I find my posts more like a laundry list instead. Today’s about Saisaki , the sister restaurant of both Shoguns in One Utama and Sunway Pyramid . One thing about Saisaki, they put really funny/weird/out of this world names for their food. Out of this world as in, okay. I don’t even know how to explain . Examples are like , they named their cincau dessert – Taste and Feel. They named one of their dishes, Taste Until Laugh . And you get the picture… Right?
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Tempura, sukiyaki, sashimi, sushi – even the words used to describe the most basic of Japanese dishes and Japanese cuisine are exotic and beautiful. Japanese cuisine is easily one of the healthiest in the world, with its concentration on fresh fish, seafood, rice and vegetables. The pungent sauces and delicate flavors of fresh foods complement each other beautifully, and the methods of presentation turn even simple meals into beautiful events. Serving more than 200 variety of fusion food ranging from Chinese, Thai and Western Cuisine. Come and taste the fresh oyster, tuna, abalone and to add on, the Chinese Herbal soup like our Chef Special Chicken Essence Soup, Shark fin Soup and “Fatt Tiew Cheong” (Buddha Jump Over the Wall).
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Apparently, the Japanese love yam .. This maki has yam instead of rice.
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Yum yum.. The amazing selection of makis.
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Each type of maki are so unique. Amazing, how they designed them
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The woman on the right pan fries the meat for you. While, on the left, is the ice kacang
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Their sashimi selection’s the best part. Their salmon, OH MY GOD . YOU MUST HAVE THEM!
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Fried Shishamo
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Escargots
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Prawn Snake Skin
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Tofu Fish Cheese Yaki


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