Such great news for foodies as KL Restaurant Week sets a new gastronomic adventure for all of us to indulge in different types of cuisines at superbly affordable prices.
Mark down those dates people!
Happening from October 4th – 11th.
Close to 50 participating restaurants are offering their special menu catering for 2-course lunches and 3-course dinners priced respectively:
Lunch – RM20 / RM38 / RM58
Dinner – RM50 / RM78 / RM98
Do check out http://www.klrestaurantweek.com/ for more info on reservations & the restaurants listings
You still have time to book!
Well, one of the restaurant listed in the KL Restaurant Week that we’re pretty sure about is Enju @ Prince Hotel & Residences. This casual dining venue is located on the 2nd floor of the hotel with touches of traditional Japanese ambiance like the wooden furnitures that dominated the dining area, sushi counter as well as private tatami rooms. However when it comes to food, they emphasized on modern Japanese home cooking, according to their new chef.
Through this KL Restaurant Week Menu, they also hope to showcase some of their new food items that will be added into their new menu later on when it comes to a revamp later on. Job well done
Here are just 2 out of their 4 set menu
Lunch Menu – RM38 nett
Gyuniku Shogayaki To Salmon Koroke Zen
- Thinly-sliced Australian beef sirloin pan-fried with ginger sauce
- Crispy homemade salmon croquette with cheese
- Highland greens salad with wasabi dressing
- Steamed egg custard
- Green tea ice cream with red bean compote
Set lunches include an appetizer, miso soup, Japanese pickles
and steamed white rice
Dinner Menu – RM78 nett
- Grilled baby sardine sheets, grilled eggplant with miso paste and spinach leaves in light soya sauce
We find the sardine sheets are simply unique. A crunchy & fragrant nibble with closer look almost like little smashed up anchovies! However the miso paste is a little bit too much for us as it cause the saltiness. Sardine sheets save the day
- Yellow fin tuna, sweet prawn, cuttlefish and yellowtail
Exclaiming OMG-ly fresh. This sashimis were all plated perfectly fresh. We’re personally in love with the sweetness of the prawn. Ichiban
- Glazed pan-fried duck liver on braised white radish
The first look on this dish reminded me on our unforgettable experience with Zipangu. Except that Zipangu’s verison hurt the wallet a little more as they used goose liver. According to the chef, he used to cook this dish while he was at Zipangu too. So we wondered if we were eating the dish from the same chef! Nonetheless, it was equally delicious Very fragrant pan-fried duck liver and tasty broth retained within the radish.
- Thin udon noodles topped with grilled slices of Australian beef sirloin, Shimeiji mushrooms and onions
Since they used thin udon, we find it kinda soft. Some might like the texture though. But I personally prefer bouncier texture. However, I love the soup and the beef.
- Strawberry glutinous rice balls in coconut milk topped with tapioca and red beans
Definitely one of the best desserts. Hidden beneath are the chewy glutinous rice balls that gave the extra texture. Not overly sweetened, we all loved it.
KL Restaurant Week is all about a celebration of culinary experience. To find out more, check out http://www.klrestaurantweek.com/
Enju Japanese Restaurant
4 Jalan Conlay, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Lunch: 12pm-2.30pm (Sat & Sun OFF)
Dinner: 6.30pm-10.30pm (Sun OFF)