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Sushi Heng @ Asia Cafe

Angeline Tuesday, December 6, 2011 , ,


Sushi Heng has been in business for 4 years. It runs its business at Asia Cafe (Food Court) and in March next year, Chef Heng plans to open a restaurant on the upper deck level of the Asia Cafe Snooker/Pool Club and Internet Cafe. The restaurant is going to have an open air area with tatami seating and air-conditioned dining area with a 2-tier sushi conveyor bar, all of which are his own concept and design.

Sushi Heng @ Asia Cafe
(Located in Asia Cafe opposite Inti College)
No.2 Jalan SS15/8, 47500 Subang Jaya.
Tel: 016-929 9886 (Mr.Heng)
Facebook: Sushi Heng
 
Malaysians are spoilt for choices when it comes to selecting their favourite restaurants for Japanese cuisine. Now everyone can have good tasting sushi without burning a hole in their pocket at Sushi Heng. Mr.Heng creativity and ability to come up with something unique, while pleasing our eyes and tastebud has made this place so distinctive from many other stalls that offers sushi.
 

Salmon Sushi, RM13.00 and Salmon Sashimi, RM18.00
My friend was actually eating this on the table next to us, she took some shot as well. She love the salmon here...so fresh and tasted good.
 
 
 


Sashimi Platter, RM70.00
Wow! Quality sashimi...literally melt in your mouth. Fresh and sweet flesh, thick cut and no fishy smell at all. You must try it yourself...speechless! Pay a 2 stars price for 5 stars quality food.










Chef Secret Recipe Roll, RM35.00
Well, that's too many ingredients in it, a good combination, it tasted really special with strawberry and the secret sauce. I don't think I want to go anywhere else for sushi. This is one of the best sushi roll I ever tasted.





Traffic Light Roll (Not for sale, on the house)
Ooops....I'm sorry, you can see but can't have it....this sushi roll don't only look good....it tasted so good. The color is from mixtured of rice with 7 different type of fish egg roe, seaweed, centre ingredients of, tempura prawn, crab and egg...sauce is another secret recipe of chef.

 


Mr. Heng started working in the kitchen at teenage age. He spent almost 10 years in Malaysia, working in different hotels like the Pan Pacific, Equatorial Kuala Lumpur, Shangri-La and PJ Hilton, aside from a well-established restaurant, Genki Sushi. All the hard work paid off as from his vast experiences he landed work in countries like Trinidad and Tobago, Singapore and Brunei where he spent another 10 years. These sushi offerings are among the more than 400 types of sushi and temaki (hand rolls) sold by Sushi Heng Enterprise.
Now in his 40s, Mr. Heng runs his own stall at Asia Cafe in Subang Jaya, serving only Japanese dishes and specialising in sushi. Called Sushi Heng Enterprise. Heng and his wife manage the place. The stall is open daily from 5pm to as late as 3am. “We’re closed one day in a month, and it’s pretty difficult to say exactly which day as it changes every month,” said Heng.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Looking at his extensive menu, for the sushi lover, this is paradise: scrumptious morsels, beautifully photographed, each with a brief description. He has indeed eaten his way through an impressive variety of sushi, and his affection for it is evident. There are more than 400 types of sushi, either spicy or mild, with over 22 different temaki (hand rolls) for you to choose from at his stall. The difference between his stall and the other Japanese fast food chain restaurants is that he makes everything right then and there with his bare hands. Even the vinegared rice is prepared without the use of any machinery. “One of my specialties is the Battera box. It is a large tray of different types of sashimi and sushi, as well as fusion rolls instead of the traditional ones you usually get at Japanese restaurants. I even make Japanese Yee Sang and if you need me to cater for your parties, then I am at your service,” Heng added.
 
Making...Chef Secret Recipe Sushi
 
 
 
While anyone can make sushi, not everybody has what it takes to make it unequivocally good and delicious. Though Chef Heng's expertise can be easily attributed to his years of practice, something tells me that there are other factors which make a really extraordinary chef.
 
This food review invitation was organised and recommended by Ms. Meei and Joe Choong. A special thanks to them and Mr. Heng for this awesome and extra-ordinary Japanese food tasting experienced, something I'd never expected from a food court stall!

Shot with Nikon D7000/ Canon 60D
I am Angeline (Yoga teacher, photographer and blogger). Thank you for reading my posts. My media coverage touches mostly on lifestyle events and focuses on happening scenes in Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu. I also write food reviews, travel and hotel reviews, KL clubbing reviews and product launches. My other interests include the movies, technology and photography. Subscribe to my facebook page. Contact me via my email at: angel_line78@hotmail.com Best Blogger Tips

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