Sunday, January 10, 2010

Kobe Gyu Taku Yakiniku & Steak

Kobe Gyu Yakiniku & Steak

After a bit of scavenging in my drawer, I found the receipt to this... it was dated Aug 19th 2009! So this review is almost 6 months overdue haha. To make things worst, I actually went there on their first week of opening (as you can see in the pic- congratulatory flower stands) but am now probably one of the latest to write on this :S Anyway, better late than never!

Yakiniku Teisyoku (BBQ Set)- RM28

This new (ok not so new, by now...) Japanese restaurant specializes in BBQ- the Jap way, rather than your usual Jap restaurants which has a variation of sushies, sashimies, bento sets etc. The meat selection are skewed towards beef, so if you don't/can't take beef, my advise is this is not the restaurant for you. Luckily for me, I LOVE beef! I had the cheapest Yakiniku Teisyoku set, which comes with the usual sides- kobachi, kimchee, vege salad, rice, beef tendon soup and a few raw beef cuts.

Grill it the way you like it!

As with Korean BBQs or the usual all you can eat buffet BBQs, you can grill your dinner the way you like it- rare, medium rare, medium well, well done etc. I like my beef to be medium, not too well done while still retaining some of the juices and pinkish meat. The grilled meat was tender and yummeh. The juices from the meat complements the rice very well too.

Seats- Tatami or chairs?

You can also choose to have your dinner the authentic Japanese way of Tatami-ing or proper table and chair. Either way, the ambience of the restaurant is very inviting and cosy.


The only grouse I have is the prices are a bit too steep for the normal lunch/dinner affair. However, it may be another new 'hangout' joint for the Japanese expatriates who are known to patronize the Jap restaurants around Subang Jaya.

*I'm trying out a new photo editor. Let me know if you guys prefer my photos to be 'fancy' or unedited :)

Kobe Gyu Taku Yakiniku & Steak
No. 52, Jalan SS15/4,
47500 Subang Jaya,
Tel: 03-5638 2923

[disclaimer: the opinions expressed here are based on my personal views, tastebuds and preference and may vary for others. please dont sue me, i dont have money. kthxbye.]


Cath J said...

great place.. true.. better late than never.. ^_^

edit looks cool too.. fun to see.. ^_^

Calvin Goh Seow Chung said...

The new photo edits looks pretty good. I think they are neatly laid out for this post. Don't do it for all posts k? Which photo editor did you use?

eiling lim said...

terlalu banyak lubang la... some squares would be nice!

YilingL said...

Cath J,
Took me quite some time to edit the pichas! Hahaha.

Ok. I use Photoscape.

Hehe experimenting only...

Anonymous said...

The so called beef buffet of RM48.90 ++ is a total misrepresentation. The beef cuts were rough and too heavily marinated. It was more a chicken buffet than beef buffet as shown in the picture. Waitress misrepresent over the phone saying that there will only be few slices of chicken, but turned out to be half a chicken with few slices of low grade beef.

Best of all, the waitress threaten to charge for unconsumed amount which were made up of fat, chicken skin and tendon.

Better off to head elsewhere, or one could pay unreasonable prices for the ala carte beef.

vIC zONE said...

Is this shop pork free? Thx!

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