Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Suishin @ Solaris Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur


Click here for earlier entry on Suishin (April 12).


Grilled king crab leg with uni sauce. Over-the-top decadence. The crab would've been satisfyingly succulent on its own, but the sea urchin coating made this overpoweringly rich.


Oysters baked with cheese & crab sticks. Fresh-tasting and flavour-packed. We prefer our oysters raw, but a well-prepared recipe like this proves how versatile these mollusks can be.


Kobe beef tataki, costing RM130 for 100 grams. A hearty, lightly roasted serving, but it lacked the melt-in-the-mouth quality we tend to associate with premium meat.


Kisu karaage (deep-fried whiting) in amazu sauce. An addictive, sweet-&-sour snack, though the preparation kinda overwhelmed the fish's natural flavour.


Suishin Extreme Maki, comprising ebi, soft shell crab, tobiko, kani & avocado. No complaints; the rolls were generously stuffed, turning each mouthful into a delicious explosion of tastes and textures.


Foie gras teriyaki. Not quite up to mark; the liver was slightly over-seared, leaving it not as juicy as it ought to be. Also, the sauce was a bit too salty.


Suishin Restobar,
5-1, 1st Floor, Jalan Solaris 1,
Solaris Mont Kiara.
Tel: 6203-6642
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12 comments:

  1. looks good babes! i want:)

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  2. Very few places do foie gras well; it's really disappointing to try foie gras in other places where they over sear the foie gras (a frequent occurrence) or the foie gras isn't of a good quality.

    I like the idea of pairing king crab claw with uni sauce. Sounds delicious. (can't see the uni sauce in the pic though...must be very light?)

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  3. the similarities of jap names..ishin la..su+ishin = suishin la..i wonder whats nxt?

    seafood like crab n oysters arent the best remedy for open wounds like u..shud avoid.

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  4. Extreme Maki? Maki has become "extreme" now? :P

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  5. ciki: u'll forget all about japanese food when u're feasting on jambalaya and gumbo soon :D
    lemongrass: maybe we're all becoming more picky? i don't have foie gras that often these days, so when i do, i always hope it's perfect. oh, the uni sauce is that orange gunk on the crab meat ... it isn't the shell, it's the uni! :D
    joe: i guess ishin and suishin all mean something, right? but i have no idea what, heheh. oh ya, am avoiding shellfish now. this visit to suishin was actually a few weeks ago...
    lfb: am waiting for some restaurant to start serving "uncanny" maki or "astonishing" maki :D

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  6. one thing i'll never learn is the japanese names of the dishes. I wouldn't know what is what if they do not have english translation. The food looks good!

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  7. Ah.. just look at the pic and point what u want eiling.. lol!
    Solaris.. an almost forgotten place to me... no time to drive that far nowadays.. prefer to go nearby areas.

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  8. eiling: oh ya, presentation-wise, i like how japanese food looks! :D
    leo: quite nearby if u use the penchala link ... except for that pesky toll charge! =)

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  9. that's the thing that I hate.. paying toll :P
    but I have to admit.. the food looked unbelievably tasty!! I'm practically drooling already

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  10. leo: ya, but it's the best way to get from the bandar utama area to mont kiara. =) yeah, the food here looks great, but in terms of taste, not as satisfying as expected...

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  11. Ok..will pass. lotsa otr Jap plcs ard.

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  12. tng: the menu here is quite vast though, so there's sure to be something for everyone :D

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