Pics taken with Canon A650IS
Looking for cheap & affordable Japanese eats?
Dig into Pandan Indah area for a grilling session. Yakiniku, which means grilled meat cooked over flame of wood charcoals, was where we headed to.
The grilled meat is best eaten after dipping into ‘tare’ and the common sauce consist of Japanese soy sauce mixed with dashi, vinegar, etc.
Cooking over a stove of charcoal
The restaurant is equipped with huge cooking hood to remove smoke & odours.
Yakiniku serve ala carte Japanese fares such as don (rice) dishes, ramen, salad, sushi, but the star would of course be their grilled/ barbecued dishes.
Another great deal: (Monday – Friday only)
- RM65++ for a set of grill items that has: (could accommodate the appetite for 3-4pax)
- Lamb, Bacon, Pork Lean Meat, Chicken cutlet, Beancurd (tofu), Enoki mushroom with butter, Prawns & Australian Green Mussels
- 4 selected drinks
If you don’t mind the smoky odour that could leave you smelling of charcoal (well at least half of it was suctioned by the hood), it’s a good idea for a birthday celebration with friends too.
It’s your birthday today Khee! Happy Birthday dear!
Right: AiWei’s yummy Cottony Japanese CheeseCake!
You could email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for more inquiries on recipes etc.
Restaurant Yakiniku 烧烤馆
20G, Jalan Pandan Indah 4/8,
Pandan Indah, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-4295 4833
Mon – Sun: 12pm – 11.30pm