Showing posts from January, 2010

Kaze Japanese House @ Damai

Kaze Japanese House @ Damai $$ Hours: Monday-Saturday 10:30am-3:00pm and 6:00pm-9:30pm, Sunday - Closed Ratings: Food: 3.5/5 Services: 4.5 Cleanliness: 5/5 Visit reviewed: 30/01/2010 Starter-Salad (F.O.C.) Located next to Yoyo Cafe at Damai, there is a low profile Japanese restaurant. Kaze Japanese House just occupied a small shop at Damai Point. The ambiance of the restaurant is quite comfortable and the prices of the food are reasonable with no service charge. Claypot Miso Soup Soba, RM9.80 The Claypot Miso Soup Soba portion was quite big. It was cooked with thick Miso soup. It was supposed to be Udon but we made a changes to Soba. The taste was just average. Maybe, it was just me as I personally don't really like thick Miso soup. However, I love the Chicken Meatball and the Chicken Meat. Bento Set A, RM17.80 The Bento set was quite big as well. It comes with 8 pieces of Sushi. The taste was quite good. I quite like the fried mashed potato and the fried chicken stick an


TUNG HING KLANG BAK KUT TEH $$-$$$ Ratings: Food: 4.5/5 Services: 4/5 Cleanliness: 4/5 Visit reviewed: 29/01/2010 Bak Kut Teh Soup (Pork rib, leg and stomach), RM9.00 Not long ago, when Jack and I passed by Lintas, we saw a new Bak Kut Teh's restaurant which is very crowded. Hence, I decided to check out the place together with Angeline. We went there around 8pm to find out that most of the dishes were either almost sold out or sold out. Guess their business is really good!! We ordered a Bak Kut Teh Soup, Dry Bak Kut Teh and Lettuce with Oyster Sauce. For your information, only single serving portion is available. As we were waiting for our food to arrive, we noticed that most of their regular customers ordered the 'Big Bone Pork'. As the portion is quite big, we have to forgo the dish. The BKT soup was very good. The soup have a strong flavour and fragrantly good with herbs taste. Even the pork rib and pork stomach were full of the BKT flavour. Lettuce with oyste