Friday, March 17, 2017

Hisho Japanese Cuisine @ DC Mall, Damansara City

Chef Danny Leow's lunchtime set meals at his new restaurant are a visual delight, spotlighting a spectrum of colours & components, conceived & constructed with the stylish aplomb that has been Leow's forte since his years of spearheading the kitchen at Renaissance KL's Sagano. Whether you order the Ladies' Gozen (RM35.90; comprising salmon teriyaki, beef rolls with asparagus, & more) or the minced chicken gozen (RM22.90), you're assured of an elaborate cornucopia on your table. During dinner, an a la carte menu & omakase selection are available, emphasising a more creative contemporary repertoire.

Hisho Japanese Cuisine
L2-17 2nd floor, DC Mall, Jalan Damanlela, Damansara Heights, Kuala Lumpur. Tel: 03-2011-2666

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11 comments:

  1. Love that octopus! Cute!

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    1. Suituapui: yeah, a cool mascot! ;)

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  2. Why is kimchi on many Japanese plates these days? I had a bento the other day and, lo and behold, I got a side of Japanese kimchi. Though the Japs call it kimuchi (and I understand that it's not fermented, so the taste is not as pungent as Korean kimchi) but it still taste like Korean kimchi to me...and I hate kimchi! >_< I just wish the Japs would leave the kimchi to the Koreans...wuahahahaha! :D They have loads better side dishes than kimuchi :)

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    1. Contact.ewew: you and I actually share the same sentiments! I despise kimchi too, and I often just ignore kimchi, even at Korean restaurants. It's part of the reason I don't have Korean cuisine very often ;)

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  3. Ladies' Gozen looks good, I will choose that instead :D

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    1. CK: i actually wanted to choose the unadon, since i was tempted to try the eel :D

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  4. Wow! I love the presentation. So pleasing to the eyes. It's wonderful isn't it to have beautifully crafted food presented to you so artfully. I can't help scrolling up and down admiring those beautiful trays of food LOL!

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    1. Phong Hong: you're right - i enjoyed photographing these sets too! i think their a la carte dinner menu dishes will also be impressively good-looking! :)

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  5. I've been to this mall couple of weeks ago, their operating hours is until 8pm only, quite weird >_<

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    1. Choi Yen: oh, but actually the restaurants upstairs stay open until at least 10pm as usual, i believe :)

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  6. this is one of the most disappointing japanese restaurants that i've frequented in KL. I popped in for dinner based on your review but was faced with a limited menu, totally unlike the lunchtime offerings. I then decided on the Oyakodon but that came out half cooked and visually very unappetizing . Definitely never returning to this restaurant!

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