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21 Nov, 2007

Tykoh Inagiku Japanese Restaurant (大公稲ぎく) 2nd post

Posted by: Wen Ching In: Japanese Food

This is a really backdated post, should’ve post it earlier. We’ve been to this place many times. If you’ve read our previous post on Tykoh Inagiku, you would know that this is our favourite Japanese restaurant in KL. Not exaggerating, but we really think that this place is the best place for Japanese food in KL.

For our starter, we ordered tuna sashimi (大トロ刺身) and uni sashimi (海栗刺身). Uni means sea urchin in English. The tuna sashimi costs RM120 while the uni sashimi costs RM60. The uni was served with its shell. They tasted so good that we can hardly describe it, they were both so fresh and the uni sashimi melted in our mouth. Something that you really have to order when you visit this restaurant! It was really worth the price!

Next up, we had kaki furai (牡蠣フライ), fried oysters at RM26. Served along with a small portion of salad, this kaki furai was fried to perfection, the outer layer of the oyster was really crispy while the oyster inside remained juicy and succulent. Really worth trying it out!

We also ordered our favourite cod fish grilled with miso paste, gindara misoyaki (みそ焼き). Priced at RM28, this marinated miso paste cod fish carries a strong taste of soya bean paste, slightly sweet and we like it!

We also ordered nabeyaki udon (鍋焼きうどん) at RM28. The udon was cooked in a hot pot and it was filled with prawn, salmon, scallop, oyster, bean curd and some vegetables. Very reasonably priced and you get all the fresh ingredients inside!

Then we had our wakame udon (若布うどん) at RM18. The udon served here was really chewy. Tasted really good!

Finally, we had our black sesame ice-cream (黒胡麻アイス) for RM4. This ice-cream carries a really strong black sesame taste, if you love black sesame, we’re sure that you’ll enjoy this ice-cream.

Looking forward to our next visit to this restaurant. This place is definitely our favourite restaurant for authentic Japanese cuisine. The presentation of dishes was really good and their service was speedy and attentive. The price was reasonable and the quality of the food was excellent. Japanese food lovers, you can’t miss this out! We strongly recommend you to visit this restaurant!

Restaurant Information
2nd Floor, Podium Block,
Menara Keck Seng,
No. 203, Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel : 03-2148 2133

Sugar Bean Ratings
Food : 4.5/5
Environment : 4/5
Service : 4.5/5
Overall : 4.3/5

18 Responses to "Tykoh Inagiku Japanese Restaurant (大公稲ぎく) 2nd post"

1 | Kelly

November 21st, 2007 at 11:18 pm

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with a overall point of 4.5/5..I guess it must be really good..Maybe it tastes like reall Japanese food here?haha..I never tried Uni before..must try hor..

2 | Nic (KHKL)

November 22nd, 2007 at 1:09 am

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wow! i guess this place is really worth a visit…love a piece of maguro that melts in the mouth!

3 | ai wei

November 22nd, 2007 at 4:09 am

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Jap post again!!! yes, i love this place a lot! i miss da fried osyter, nabeyaki udon n the goma ice cream. not to forget the uni!!! they are real fresh n authentics! LOVE Jap Food~

4 | ling239

November 22nd, 2007 at 6:40 am

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hmm… best place for Japanese food in KL ?
will consider that when i go KL next round… tks ~ ^_^

5 | yammylicious

November 23rd, 2007 at 1:40 am

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uni sashimi!! awww~
seriously i nv try uni before! ='(
ohlala heart jap food! yammm~

6 | Christy

November 23rd, 2007 at 3:34 am

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WOwww….Japanese and you ordered mostly seafood stuffs:D
Hmmm…I have never tried Jap fried oysters ooo….is it nice?
I love Cod fish grilled too!!:D

7 | "Joe" who is constantly craving

November 23rd, 2007 at 4:25 am

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but err..the sashimi is so expensive!!..omg..i could have eaten a whole meal with that plate of sashimi..

i remember when i was in australia, we can get sea urchin for like 15 aud for a kilo..

8 | MeiyeN

November 23rd, 2007 at 5:19 am

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goodness… jap food again! you really love jap food don’t you? hehe.. almost each time that i drop by your blog, it’s jap food! 😀 thanks for reviewing this place.. i never knew bout this rest… oh, i have tried black sesame ice cream @ ninja jones and seems like am allergy to it cause my lips went numb and hot! 😐

9 | ~Christine~Leng

November 23rd, 2007 at 12:46 pm

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Jap food! my fav! haha… I really wanna give the black sesame ice cream a try.. everytime also ended up ordering green tea instead! have not been here, but would really love to visit!

10 | Jackson

November 23rd, 2007 at 3:41 pm

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oooo…i would love to try the uni sashimi!

11 | wenching & esiong

November 23rd, 2007 at 6:32 pm

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Kelly, you really should try out uni! I’m sure there’ll be many fresh and better ones in Japan!

Nic (khkl), yeah, you should visit this restaurant if you like sashimi. But the tuna sashimi that we ordered is otoro.

Ai Wei, yeah, this place is really good for authentic Japanese food.

Ling239, worth checking this place out!

Yammylicious, uni is something that you should try out. But still, we’re not sure if everyone likes its taste.

Christy, Japanese fried oysters are really good. You could try it out when you have the chance!

Joe, yeah, sashimi can be really expensive in KL. The price for sea urchin in Australia is so much cheaper! Bet it’s really fresh too!

Meiyen, welcome, check this place out for authentic Japanese food. Haha! Yeah, you noticed that we’re always posting Japanese food. True enough, we just love Japanese food. Careful not to take black sesame ice-cream next time! You could try their macha ice-cream with red bean instead. It’s really good.

Christine, black sesame ice-cream is really nice. Give it a try next time!

Jackson, yup, try it out when you have the chance!

12 | wenching & esiong

November 23rd, 2007 at 6:32 pm

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Kelly, you really should try out uni! I’m sure there’ll be many fresh and better ones in Japan!

Nic (khkl), yeah, you should visit this restaurant if you like sashimi. But the tuna sashimi that we ordered is otoro.

Ai Wei, yeah, this place is really good for authentic Japanese food.

Ling239, worth checking this place out!

Yammylicious, uni is something that you should try out. But still, we’re not sure if everyone likes its taste.

Christy, Japanese fried oysters are really good. You could try it out when you have the chance!

Joe, yeah, sashimi can be really expensive in KL. The price for sea urchin in Australia is so much cheaper! Bet it’s really fresh too!

Meiyen, welcome, check this place out for authentic Japanese food. Haha! Yeah, you noticed that we’re always posting Japanese food. True enough, we just love Japanese food. Careful not to take black sesame ice-cream next time! You could try their macha ice-cream with red bean instead. It’s really good.

Christine, black sesame ice-cream is really nice. Give it a try next time!

Jackson, yup, try it out when you have the chance!

13 | ai wei

November 24th, 2007 at 8:51 am

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fried oyster, fried oyster!
uni uni uni…
goma ice, goma ice!!!~

^^

14 | Big Boys Oven

November 25th, 2007 at 5:28 pm

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those food look so attractive,….next stop!

15 | wenching & esiong

November 25th, 2007 at 6:36 pm

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Ai Wei, you’re really in love with these food.

Big Boys Oven, yeah, this restaurant is good. Why not give it a try?

16 | wenching & esiong

November 25th, 2007 at 6:36 pm

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Ai Wei, you’re really in love with these food.

Big Boys Oven, yeah, this restaurant is good. Why not give it a try?

17 | Simon

November 25th, 2007 at 11:44 pm

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You should apply a membership with Japanese Food Kawan Association (JFKA).

18 | Anonymous

March 31st, 2009 at 2:30 pm

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hi guy
jz pass by…
seen u lik japanese food so so so much…
1 nice place suggest 2 u…
benkay japanese restaurant which located at hotel nikko kuala lumpur..
i try b4…
soft shell futomaki is my favorite…
u shuld try on it…

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