14 Feb, 2008
Mizu Japanese Restaurant
Posted by: Wen Ching In: Japanese Food
We haven’t visit this restaurant for a very long time. So we decided to visit this restaurant which is located in Bangsar Village 1.
This is the complimentary appetiser. Facing trouble in choosing what to order because there were so many choices. Finally, we settled with a sushi course, akagai sashimi and Japanese thin white noodles.
We begin our dinner with akagai sashimi (赤貝刺身), priced at RM45. Akagai is known as red shell fish or ark shell in English, we noticed that it was rarely served in most restaurants. We haven’t eaten akagai for quite some time. I guess the photo could tell that the akagai was rather fresh, it was really juicy and delicious. Can’t wait to taste it again!
Our sushi course includes an appetiser, foie gras with radish, assorted sushi, tempura, miso soup and ice-cream. This course costs RM90. We started off with our appetiser, we were not too sure what it is, but the fish tasted quite sweet and crispy, definitely appetising with a little squeezed lemon.
We enjoyed dining in this restaurant. The food was good but service was quite moderate. The price for the food was expensive, but it was quite worth it.
LotF6, First Floor,
No1. Jalan Telawi Satu,
59100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2283 6988