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Kaze Japanese House @ Damai

Monica Sunday, January 31, 2010 , , , , ,
Kaze Japanese House @ Damai
Hours: Monday-Saturday 10:30am-3:00pm and 6:00pm-9:30pm, Sunday - Closed
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 and the condiment's sauce was definitely something not to miss too.
Miso Soup included for Bento Set A
 Japanese Pizza, RM10.00 (Highly Recommended)
The Japanese Pizza was one of my favourite dish. The taste was really good. This pizza definitely made my day. The ingredients of the pizza included prawns, octopus and cabbages. 
Dessert-Coconut Jelly (F.O.C.)
Total Damages: RM40.10 (no extra charges, nett price)

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