Monday, January 7, 2019

Tail & Fin, MyTOWN Shopping Centre

Tail & Fin heads into KL this month with its poke bowls, sushi burritos and sushi tacos, curated by one of Nobu's former executive chefs, Karu Wedhas. The brand first launched in Las Vegas in 2016, specialising in social media smashes like poke bowls presented in pineapple shells - our Pineapple Express showcased a stoner-friendly, strikingly served ensemble of salmon with surimi crab sticks, cilantro, cucumber, and pineapple, of course, flavoured with yuzu miso dressing, in a playful novelty for customers seeking a visual twist on the tried-and-tested poke bowls (RM21.90).

Sushi tacos weren't available yet when we visited, but sushi burritos should be sufficient for folks searching for a light lunch - we picked The Crabby Bastard, stuffed mainly with soft-shell crab, complemented with imitation crab, fried string onions and tomatoes in sweet soy sauce (RM33.50). There are plenty of other crowd-pleasing variations available here for poke bowls, sushi burritos and sushi salads, from the California Curry to the Flaming Tuna, with various stuffings and sauces.

Tail & Fin is slated to open its second Malaysian outpost at The Curve later this month.

Tail & Fin Malaysia
L1-043, MyTOWN Shopping Centre, Jalan Cochrane, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.



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12 comments:

  1. Poke bowl in a pineapple shell? Sounds interesting though portions look a bit small for the price. Perhaps it's a more premium (and 'atas') poke bowl curated by a former Nobu chef! ;P

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    1. Contact.ewew: heheh, the portions are ok, actually - comparable to the regular poke bowls in kl :)

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  2. It looks very tasty. I never seen in Poland similar dishes.

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    1. Claudia: i love polish dishes - very soulful! :)

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  3. Interesting twists to the regular stuff.

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    1. Suituapui: yep, a pretty fun novelty :)

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  4. The Curve definitely nearer for me, let's wait for it!

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    1. Choi Yen: try the sushi tacos and tell us what you think! :)

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  5. Oh..I definitely like! The poke bowl served in a pineapple looks very attractive. Unfortunately I don't like crabsticks.

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    1. Phong Hong: same here! i'd happily skip the imitation crab :)

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  6. Hmmm RM33++ is steep for a burrito. I hope it was loaded with more than 1 soft shell creature?

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    1. Rebecca: I think it was one - but a reasonably chunky one ;)

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