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Omakase: 3 Things You Need To Know Before Trying It

What is Omakase? A decadent dining experience relishing and admiring Insta-worthy delights has become a norm and one could hardly resist dining out just to enjoy such eye-pleasing and palate-titillating experience. However, if you are seeking a more soul-satisfying and unique gastronomic dining experience to delight all the senses, Omakase dining would definitely be worth

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Wagyu Hunt: Top Restaurants That Serve Wagyu Dishes in Klang Valley!

Longing for the melt-in-the-mouth Wagyu beef yet don’t know where to get one? You have come to the right place! Dig in our comprehensive list of the top restaurants in Klang Valley that serve Wagyu dishes!    1/ Sushi Azabu Opening Hours: Tue – Sun: 12:00pm – 3:00pm, 6:00pm – 11:00pm. Closed on MondaysLocation: ISETAN The Japan Store, LOT

5 Best Restaurants for Great Quality Shabu-Shabu

5 Best Restaurants for Great Quality Shabu-Shabu in Kuala Lumpur

Shabu-shabu is a perfect option for a delicious and uniquely Japanese meal with a fun, social element to it, easy to make and even easier to eat. Originated in Osaka during the 1950s, this mysteriously-named dish, Shabu-Shabu is a popular style of nabemono, or Japanese hot pot, featuring paper-thin slices of tender meat and fresh

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[UPDATED] The Ultimate Guide to Pokémon Go Restaurants and Offers in KL

Pokémon Go: Gotta catch ‘em all!     What if your real-world stomach starts growling while you're looking for imaginary monsters? You'll need a restaurant that also acts as a PokéStop. Check out the best restaurants with PokéStop (and offers!) in KL & PJ!       Yeast Cafe Mid Valley PokéStop: Mid Valley Grafitti Wall

Sou Omakase Dining

Sou Omakase Dining, The Gardens Mall, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

A Journey to Omakase   Sou Omakase Dining is a classy luxury Japanese fine dining restaurant specialises exclusively in the art of omakase – a style of dining where the chef will serve you based on what he feels best. There’s no a la carte menu, so patrons will leave it to Yokohama-born executive chef