Teppanyaki Matsuoka: Round Two. Earlier entry: September 23.
Beef might seek to seize the spotlight at Matsuoka, but seafood refuses to play second fiddle.
The lobster teppanyaki's well worth trying, fresh & fleshy, RM68++ for a half-portion.
Scallops sauteed with butter (RM25++) prove plenty juicy & pretty fairly priced.
Also well-prepared: Takoyaki octopus dumpling balls, not as greasy as feared ...
... plus Osaka-style okonomiyaki, stuffed with squid, another good one by chef Shuji Hamagami.
Quite like the omelet here too, despite the ketchup that's typically a bane for egg recipes.
What makes this triumphant is the satisfying layer beneath of chicken, avocado & tomatoes.
Also interesting: Tofu "steak," nice to nibble on as a starter or stomach-filler.
Love this one: Sweet corn, taken off the cob & skewered for convenient eating.
To forget a night to remember, all that's needed is a copious amount of sake ...
... complemented by sufficiently intoxicating shochu. Memories are, after all, overrated.
P.S. Sean's away Nov. 7-17 in a mystery location 8,765 miles from KL. Daily blog entries have been scheduled in advance & will be automatically posted, but apologies as comments can only be replied far later.
A3-G2-1, Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur.
Daily for lunch & dinner. Tel: 03-6211-6226
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