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)

Today Meditation
People who are “being” are fully present. They are totally engaged in the moment. This engagement includes an easy appreciation and sense of connection with whomever or whatever they are relating to at the time. These people are aware of a job well done or a difficulty surmounted and will respect and often acknowledge the person who has accomplished it. “Being” is a state of heart and mind that is receptive and able to listen carefully. 
Sallirae Henderson
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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 oyster sauce, RM5.00
The serving size is quite small. Taste wise, nothing to write home about. 
Dry Bak Kut Teh, RM9.00
The Dry BKT was not bad as well. It was cooked with ladyfingers and some herbs. Strong flavours and good to go with rice. Simply delicious.
Bak Kut Teh (Dry) and Soup + 2 plate of Veg. + 1 rice + 2 water, Total bill for tonight dinner RM30.00
Since we were at Lintas, we decided to check out the new outlet of Yoyo Cafe. It was actually relocated to the new shop lots.
There is a new corner in the shop selling mini croissant. As we planned to go Yen Ai for dessert, we didn't try the croissant. We just bought our favourite drinks and headed to Yen Ai.
The new Yoyo Cafe had taken up two floor of the shop lots. The ground floor is open air area and the first floor is the air-cond area.
Yen Ai is one of our favourite place for dessert. We ordered a Green Bean Soup and Red Bean Soup. Recently they even added-in some Dim Sum dishes to their menu.
Green Bean and Red Bean Dessert (Hot), RM5.60
As usual, they serve a variety of Kuihs to go with the desserts. Do check out our previous post for more information!!
Zen Story:
Two monks were once traveling together down a muddy road.
A heavy rain was falling. Coming around the bend,
they met a lovely girl in a silk kimono and sash,
unable to cross the intersection.

"Come on, girl," said the first monk. Lifting her
in his arms, he carried her over the mud.

The second monk did not speak again until that night
when they reached a lodging temple. Then he no longer
could restrain himself. "We monks don't go near females,"
he said. "It is dangerous. Why did you do that?"

"I left the girl there," the first monk said.
"Are you still carrying her?"
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