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Sunday 25 August 2013

Zakuro 2 Japanese Restaurant

Zakuro 2 Japanese Restaurant
The Scott Garden
1-36 1st Floor Kompleks Rimbun Scott
289 Jalan Klang Lama
58000 Kuala Lumpur
(Coordinates: E101° 40' 29.25" N3° 5' 41.75")

Cat found this bargain one day on “70% Off Japanese Set Meal - Main Course, Chawanmushi, Miso Soup, Appetiser, and Rice & Fruits for RM15 per pax at Zakuro 2 (Old Klang Road). Voucher Value: RM49.50”. We were intrigued and duly purchased three vouchers.

The restaurant is located within an upscale cluster of small offices and home offices (SOHOs) development called Scott Garden, and looked a lot like Publika. Tesco is the main anchor and its hyper mart is conveniently located at the lower floors.

the shop front

within a SOHO

tasteful decor

pleasing to the eye

Taking the escalator up to the first floor Zakuro is situated on the right side of shoplots flanking the long alley/walkway. Great first impressions as we walked into this restaurant, looking around at the pleasant decor, taking in some incredible aromas, and being greeted and seated courteously and efficiently by the “maître d’”.

waiting to be served

pretty utensils

japanese sweet soy sauce

the list of set meals

Our vouchers entitled us to some great set meals, and after a little deliberation Brendan settled on the 1Udon + 2Inari Sushi; Cat went for the Mixed 3Furai while I tried the Chicken 4Teriyaki.

1thick wheat flour noodle
2pouch of fried tofu filled with sushi rice
3assorted deep fried fish and vegetable
4broiled or grilled while being basted in a marinade based on soy sauce, mirin, and sugar

chawanmushi (egg custard) came first

Brendan's udon and inari sushi

he looks pleased

Cat's mixed furai

can hardly wait

my chicken teriyaki

Truth be told, Brendan’s had better Udon at Sanuki while Cat and I agreed that Yokozuna (for the same price) had a wider choice of set meals and their portions more generous. But for the discounted price of RM14.90 a set we were not complaining much. Would we come again? To be perfectly honest if the set meals remained at the same price we would give this a pass in future.

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