Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Guang, The 19 USJ City Mall

Japanese fusion fun makes for memorable meals at Guang: Crunchy-crusted pizzas come blanketed with thin slices of shabu-shabu-style pork, plus minced pork and lap cheong (RM33), Hokkien Mee is reinterpreted as Hokkien Udon, stewed with pork oil and broth for sweet-savoury slickness, complete with crispy pork lard, prawns and an onsen egg (RM22).

Tempura might typically be a guilty deep-fried indulgence, but it's made doubly decadent here as Bacon Tempura - bite into the batter to reveal smoky cured pork belly strips, a bar snack gone hog-wild (RM18). The calorie count climbs even further with Guang's Kyoto Kurly Fries, matched with earthy soy truffle mayo (RM16), and the egg enthusiast's tamago topped with tobiko, mentaiko sauce, furikake, fried garlic and teriyaki sauce (RM16).

Guang
The 19 USJ City Mall, Persiaran Kewajipan, Usj 19, 47620 Subang Jaya, Selangor. Daily, 2pm-130am.

This post first appeared on eatdrinkkl.com

11 comments:

  1. Bacon tempura? Count me in!

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    1. PH: i couldn't resist that either! :D

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  2. KL Hokkien mee looks good, the prawns an added bonus. Oooo...bacon tempura! Yummmm!!! Aha! Live entertainment! I love that!

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    1. Suituapui: the musicians here were pretty melodious! :D

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  3. That's one good looking pizza.

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  4. Ooo, prices are on the higher side...but when you're drinking and having fun, you'll be oblivious to how much the bar snacks cost...hehe! ;)

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    1. Contact.ewew: the bottle of sake provided plenty of drinking ;)

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  5. I prefer drier version of Hokkien Mee, so If I ordered their fried udon, I'd most probably not going to mix in the onsen egg.

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    1. Choi Yen: heheh, yeah, you could eat the egg separately ;)

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  6. Terimakasih infonya, sukses terus,.
    Kunjungi juga http://bit.ly/2HdEK6A

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