Sunday, December 18, 2016

Sushiya @ Plaza Mont Kiara

Follow the scent of standout sashimi & it might lead you to this new sushi bar, where worshippers of raw seafood can pay reverence to sumptuous servings of sea robin sushi (RM20 for two), squid with natto (RM10 for two), isaki (RM20 for two) & tuna belly (RM65 for an assorted trio), with other fish like kohada, kinmedai & kurose buri also beckoning from the menu.

Beyond the luscious cuts of fish, the oyster sushi (RM30) & the unatama eel-egg combo (RM22) are both should-orders, boasting a sweet succulence that'll linger in the memory. If you're feeling especially debauched, order a rice bowl - the Hokkaido don, blanketed with uni, ikura & hotate is a rich, creamy pleasure (RM100); wash down with a glass of Kuro Kirishima shochu (RM15.80). The folks behind Sushiya also run 1 Utama's respected Ichiro Sushi Bar, so quality is assured.

Sushiya
A-G-03, Block A, Plaza Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur. Open Tues-Sun, lunch & dinner. Tel: 03-6211-3299

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12 comments:

  1. Saw this review today and immediately went to try out. It was a really enjoyable experience. Thanks a lot for sharing.

    We ordered chawanmushi, scallop sashumi and prawn tempura unagi roll. Worth for every cent.

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    1. Unknown: really glad you had a good meal at sushiya - thanks a lot for letting me know! i did want to order one of the sushi rolls - i guess i'll try the prawn unagi maki next time :)

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  2. I wonder if they use any sauce in sushi - my girl is off all that have wheat in it including kikkoman and teriyaki.

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    1. Suituapui: ooo, no sauces in the main fish-based sushi, i think - the variety on the menu is quite wide, so there's probably something for every dietary possibility, as long as you can consume seafood :)

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  3. Uni!! I want to have that Hokkaido don! :D

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    1. CK: ya, any don topped with uni will tempt me ... and this one also had lots of ikura and hotate :D

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  4. Hi Sean. I know this is unrelated but may I ask you,do you know the name of the cook who does the roasted pork for home delivery/small dinner parties/dinner? I think you reviewed them recently but I can't seem to find the post.

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    1. Damian: hi, no worries. i think you meant Monday Night Rescue Dinners - here is the post - http://eatdrinkkl.blogspot.my/2016/12/monday-night-rescue-dinners.html

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  5. The Hokkaido don with that much uni and ikura seems to be worth every cent :)

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    1. Contact.ewew: or at least every ringgit, heheh! :D

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  6. Oh, wow! I want that Hokkaido Don!

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    1. Phong Hong: i wouldn't mind having it again! :D

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