Sunday, September 29, 2013

Koryori Enoshima @ Wisma Cosway

Koryori Enoshima: Round Two. Earlier entry: August 28.

Looks like pork (kinda), tastes like beef (sorta). But it's tuna (really) in soy sauce.

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Neither, silly; they both emerged together, the former roasted, the latter slow-boiled (RM14++).

Enoshima's "Diamond Maki," a California roll adorned with assorted seafood. 

Reminds us that rolls can be real pleasures whenever they're bountifully topped & stuffed.

Crispy spring rolls. Care to guess what they conceal before scrolling down?

A combo of mentaiko & cheese, a soft, savory filling that works well in this case.

Last but not least, what lies beneath this sheath of creamy, calorie-laden cheese?

It's avocado, always welcome, prepared in a gratin recipe with spicy bean paste (RM24++).

Glug glug glug, chug chug chug, sip sip sip.

Koryori Enoshima,
G22-24, Ground Floor, Wisma Cosway, Jalan Raja Chulan, Kuala Lumpur.
Open for lunch & dinner.
Tel: 03-2148-9390

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36 comments:

  1. Splendid makis...gotta give tis place a go! :D

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    1. Ulric: ya, the maki & sushi selection here is actually quite small (mostly stuff like mackerel, salmon & eel), but it seems to be done satisfyingly enough =)

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  2. Some of the stuff do not look Japanese. Ooooo...avocado and cheese. That must be really heavenly!

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    1. Suituapui: ya, there's a lot of fusion fun here in the menu. i love avocado, so i'm always game for that one, heheh :D

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  3. avocado and bean paste? I can imagine the texture but not the taste. Though it looks er... no-very-pretty but i would love to giv it a try, maybe jz to prove myself wrong..;P

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    1. Eunice: heheh, ya, it's hot, mushy & creamy for texture, and for taste, hmmm, well, quite interesting too ... hope you get the chance to check it out =)

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  4. I haven't been that yet. Hmmm need to remember to bring the camera with me to office. hehehe

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    1. CK: heheh, ya, i think you can almost walk here from your office, maybe. can get quite a few good photos, probably! :D

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  5. I have always loved Spring rolls!!!

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    1. Linda: oh yes, they can be addictive indeed! :D

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  6. Is that sake or champagne with the red wine there? ^_^

    There are plates after plates of tempting food there, especially the sushi. I may not fancy avocado, but that doesn't mean I can't stand 'em. =D

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    1. Waverly: ooo, it's neither ... it's some sort of shochu cocktail :D and yeah, i can't resist these sorts of flamboyant japanese recipes. and oh, i love love love avocado, heheh :D

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  7. went for their set lunch before.. feel like the food taste similar as Ozeki, they use same kitchen staff? is it just change shop name but same owner/management?? love the new layout of the restaurant, especially the white painted wood wall..

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    1. Jean: ya, i think there might still be some link to Ozeki here, but I'm not sure. and yeah, it's a very interesting decor, you're right! :D

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  8. Do you prefer avocado cooked or uncooked? Just curious.

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    1. Baby Sumo: i'd have to say i like 'em both ways very much, but i guess if i had to pick one, then uncooked :D

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  9. Tuna thats kinda taste like pork or beef, that I like to try!

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    1. Wong: ya, at first i couldn't figure out what it was, heheh :D

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  10. Mentaiko cheese spring roll! Gosh... must be heavenly good!

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    1. Ken: two great ingredients combined into one spring roll stuffing! :D

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  11. i were there yesterday afternoon. taking photos of the front door, browsing at the menu and leave. i like the open air setting which i saw it from the walk way to klcc.

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    1. 女飞侠: ya, it's really fun to snap a lot of photos here! the walls and the doors are all quite cool. and ya, the open-air area is nice to sit at, especially at night, when the weather is cooler :D

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  12. Your photos are amazingly inviting. I would have loved to have a piece of everything.

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    1. Cquek: thank you =) i'm definitely craving some of that chicken-&-egg dish now :D

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  13. I like the chicken & eggs one too! :D
    and avocado in a gratin style with spicy bean paste - i would welcome any avocado - better still when it's done creatively.

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    1. Rebecca: ya, eggs complement chicken quite well, and vice versa, heh :D true, avocado is a versatile ingredient, and it's fun to see different recipes for it, ya =)

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  14. Another hidden gem?


    Wilson Ng
    www.placesandfoods.com

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    1. Wilson: ya, it's very near pavilion, but it's not easy to notice if you're not paying attention =)

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  15. The place looks pretty after renovation!

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    1. Cheryl: yeah, congrats to the interior designers :D

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  16. This place looks promising.

    "Looks like pork (kinda), tastes like beef (sorta). But it's tuna (really) in soy sauce." that's certainly a good reason for me to visit on my pork free days:D

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    1. Missyblurkit: yeah, i think it's not a bad choice for japanese food in the city if you're a bit jaded with the other options :D heheh, that tuna sure tasted surprising :D

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  17. hmmm the diamond rolls looked really good. I think I will wanna go there when I'm back next week.

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    1. Eiling: ooo, welcome back in advance. i guess there'll be a lot of restaurant possibilities for you to check out. and ya, if you're in the bukit bintang/raja chulan area, and you feel like having a large maki, then this could be it :D

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  18. The mentaiko & cheese filling is unbeatable!

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    1. Choi Yen: heheh, ya, wonderful combination :D

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