Valentine’s Day is tomorrow!
I think this date is almost forgotten when you have a child. Well at least we have not! Until early this week… 🙂
Sorry, no time to compile best dining places for Valentine’s this year 🙁
We would tend to celebrate our V-Day on 12 instead as 12.2 is our Proposal anniversary! (So many reasons to celebrate LOL)
Anyhow, we settled for a lunch date instead as we have to rush home to see our Mini C 🙂
Kuala Lumpur’s finest Japanese restaurant
Not the number 10. But “Ten” (天) means “Heaven” in Japanese.
Best of both worlds, they offers delectable fusion of Japanese and French cuisines by highly acclaimed chefs that have cooked at some of Japan’s and Australia’s finest Japanese restaurants.
The chefs at Ten would also chefs personally select and source the finest ingredients for each dish to ensure uncompromising freshness, quality and taste.
At Ten, expect full services with dedicated meal courses and also ala carte items.
Décor of this restaurant features higher-quality materials, with an eye towards the “atmosphere” desired. The ambiance is very upscaled, spacious, decorated in dark earthy tones, with glass flooring and automated doors being part of the futuristic design, enhanced with warm lighting which further added comfort touches to the ambiance. Great experience from the moment you step inside the restaurant: the warm service, lively atmosphere, effortlessly clean surroundings and the simple and honest approach to beautiful food.
Besides, their staffs are highly trained, well-mannered and very accommodating. Ladies will be offered bag hangers and Chris was offered a basket to place his camera bag 🙂
Besides food portions are visually appealing, Ten Japanese fine dining provide the ultimate Japanese gastronomic experience with a sushi bar counter, teppanyaki counter and private rooms which can cater to all occasions including birthdays, anniversaries and corporate functions.
During lunch, they offer Omakase, seasonal lunch & also set menu.
We went for their set lunch menu & the meal comes with some small side dishes or a soup.
Ten’s Bento – RM 55
Washoku (和食), a more traditional serving of chef’s recommended bento, consisting of fresh cuts of sashimis, stew items, Japanese curry spring roll, grilled salmon, salmon pasta, deep fried oyster, chicken yakitori & prawns. Presented beautifully in bento drawers, every items chosen tasted delicious too. The set comes with silky smooth chawanmushi that has mushroom, unagi & a huge piece of chicken in it, miso soup & rice.
We would said this is reasonably priced for a fine dining restaurant 🙂
Assorted Sushi – RM 60
One of the best place to experience fresh quality sushi with wonderfully crafted, fresh, quality fish and seafood. Chef’s precise knife skills and understanding of the delicate flavours of fresh seafood mean that our meal is palate-perfect.
Great dining experience with reasonably priced lunch menu 🙂
Will definitely be back to try other items on the menu!
But first, gotta rush back to “mini celebrate” Valentine’s Day with our “Mini C”!
**Note: Remember to proceed to their cashier to redeem your free parking ticket waivure.(Marc Residence carpark only)
Ten Japanese Fine Dining 天
A-G-1, Marc Residence, Ground Floor,
No.3 Jalan Pinang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603 2161 5999
Monday – Sunday
Lunch : 11:30am – 2:30pm
Dinner : 6:00pm – Onwards
You could also browse their monthly menu online: http://tenrestaurant.com.my/