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Miso Japanese Restaurant @ Karamunsing Capital

Monica Saturday, August 11, 2012 , , ,


Miso Japanese Restaurant located in Karamunsing Capital serves quality and delicious Japanese cuisine at a reasonable price. The Weekly Lunch Bento at Miso is available at the price of RM18++ while Dinner Bento is available at RM23++. So, to Japanese food lovers out there, don't miss out the chance to savour in a delightful Japanese meal.

Miso Japanese Cuisine 
Lot F-0-5 and F-0-6, Karamunsing Capital,
Off Jalan Tuaran Kota Kinabalu, Sabah 88300
Tel: 088-448 229
Business hours: Mon – Fri: 11am – 2.30pm, 6pm – 10.30pm/
Sat – Sun: 11am – 10.30pm


 
Selections of Sake with the price from RM130-RM700++
 
 
Salmon Teriyaki Set RM60++
The Salmon Teriyaki Set is one of the signature set of Miso Japanese Restaurant. It consists of Grilled Salmon with sweet sauce, Salmon Sashimi and Salmon Sushi, Green Salad with Tobiko, Mixed Vegetables, Chawan Mushi, California Maki Sushi, Miso Soup and Dessert.
 
 
The Salmon was grilled to perfection with crispy skin, drenched in sweet sauce, it was delicious. Another highlight of the dish was the thickly cut Salmon Sashimi which was delightfully fresh and juicy. Anyway, no Japanese meal will complete without fresh sashimi isn't it?
 
 
 
Kurma Ebi No Salada Uramaki RM32
Next, we had the boiled Whole King Prawn with vinegar-ed rice, mayonnaise, seaweed, crab meat stick, fish roe, tamago and cucumber. The succulent king prawn was so fresh, juicy and sweet. This highly recommended dish tasted amazingly good with distinctive flavours.
 
 
 
Mentioned earlier in the post, the Lunch Bento is available at the price of RM18++ or Dinner Bento, RM23++ and the menu changed on a weekly basis. All the bento set comes with tempura, chawan mushi, salad, rice, miso soup, pickled and fruit.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Stir-fried Ostrich Meat Bento
On this day, we were lucky to sample some of the Lunch Bento with a twist of Asian flavours. Ostrich Meat might not be a common meat that you consume daily. However, it tasted similar to lean beef but is low in fat and cholesterol. Stir-fried with onion in a dark sauce, it tasted sweet and savoury with delicate flavour. It goes really well with rice.
 
Stir-fried Venison with Black Pepper Bento
Venison meat is another healthy option to substitute beef. The meat, usually has a strong wild or gamey taste, hence cooking with a more intensely flavour sauce like Black Pepper sauce will help masked the gaminess. It tasted more tender than beef with a smooth texture. The dish tasted good with rice too.
 
 

Sweet and Sour Seafood Bento
The seafood was fragrant sans the sea smell while the gravy complement the seafood well. It goes really well with the fluffy rice.
 
 
Stir-fried Beef with Ginger and Spring Onion Bento
A popular Asian dish, Stir-fried Beef with Ginger and Spring Onion, is a dish that you will never go wrong with. The beef was tender and sweet, while the spring onion gives it a very mild herb fragrance.
 
 

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