Thursday, 26 May 2011

Miso @ Karamunsing Capital

I know a lots of people stop eating Japanese food after the earth quake and the Fukushima nuclear crisis, but definitely not for sushi enthusiast. You can argue with me how serious is the radiation leakage, but do you aware that most of the ingredient the Japanese restaurant would use usually flown from somewhere else rather than getting it from Japan? Reason? The price! 

BigFish & I decided to try out Miso, the Japanese restaurant at Karamunsing Capital. The place is very spacious and they have the tepanyaki counter you can see the chef preparing the food in front of you! We ordered a plate of Salmon Sashimi, Onigiri (Japanese rice ball) and a plate of Beef Skewer.

The chopstick cover from Miso Japanese Restaurant

Onigiri... can u see Snoopy? (RM15) The rice was not prepared with the vinegar, lacking the taste and the salmon flakes filling very little... I still remember how delicious the Salmon Origini was when I travelled to Japan last year!

Salmon Sashimi (RM19 - Promo price)
Beef Skewer (RM16)
Foods: 13/20 (Yes for fresh salmon, thick cut. No for Onigiri.)
Drinks: 14/20
Environment: 17/20 (Very clean and spacious, very nice mural.)
Service: 15/20 
Price: 15/20 (Always got promotion!)

Weekday: 10.00 am - 2.30 pm, 6.00 pm - 11.00 pm
Weekend: 10.00 am - 11.00 pm

F-0-5 & F-0-6, Karamunsing Capital, 
88300 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah


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