Nagomi Japanese Restaurant, Jaya 33: A Japanese Dinner Feast3 min read
Nagomi Japanese Restaurant, Jaya 33: A Japanese Dinner Feast
My last food invitation review with Nagomi Japanese Restaurant was in Menara Hap Seng. I fell in love with their kobe beef and their shabu shabu. Lately, a few weeks ago, I had a food review “reunion” with Nagomi thanks to Shaz. This time around, the food review was held at their new outlet at Ground Floor, Jaya 33. At the food review, I met new friends such as Sandra Wong , Gary Lim, Yintse and old timer Jason Mumbles. Unlike the previous review where we tried more on the shabu-shabu, this time around we had more Japanese ala carte food. I love how they separate the restaurant to sections.
There are 2 VIP dining rooms and also a kushiyaki bar at the other side. Nothing beats a salad for an appertizer.
The Mango Salad (RM 28 / US$ 9) was the first to come. Sprinkled with fish roe, the refreshing mango salad with salmon sashimi made a good start.
Next was the sashimi platter. Served in a huge bowl, the sashimi platter or better known as Sakura Sashimi Moriawase (RM 128 / US$ 40) came with a nice decoration. There 7 different sashimi types of seafood; each type comes in three.
The sashimi was very fresh. Not forgetting also it comes with the real grated wasabi, not the powdery fake wasabi (hot radish). No complains.
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6 thoughts on “Nagomi Japanese Restaurant, Jaya 33: A Japanese Dinner Feast”
i love love love sukiyaki! dipping the vege or meat into the raw egg is so yum yum!!!
.-= xin´s last blog ..Newly Revamped Nagomi @ Jaya 33- Petaling Jaya =-.
Looks like you are a sukiyaki fan. Glad to know that!
Superb pics! Makes me wanna go there and feast out.
.-= David @ Malaysia Asia´s last blog ..Thien Cung Cave at Halong Bay =-.
wats up man hows it going
Looks so good. I’d love to go there.
Once my Kleeneze business has grown a little more I will visit for sure.