I have been revisiting Sakagura Japanese Restaurant for a couple of times after my first visit. This time, I would like to share about their sushi, oyakodon and yakitori.
The moment I stepped into Sakagura, I was like crossing the border of Japan-Malaysia - obviously national borderline is not possible but cultural and architecture. Japanese spirits are infused in every inches of Sakagura: the wooden and bamboo interior, the central teppanyaki kitchen where the Japanese chefs work with precision and concentration. and finally the attentive service staff who take good care of diners with pure Japanese hospitality.
|Japanese Lantern inside the Japanese restaurant|
|10 pieces Sushi|
|Oyakodon - Chicken with Eggs Rice|
|It would taste better if corn feed chicken is being used in this Oyakodon|
|Yakkitori (grilled chicken skewer) with Miso Paste|
|Grilled Chicken Skin|
If ingredient is the most crucial part in Japanese cuisine, Sakagura's quality are definitely, and consistently above par. If you are looking for a classy Japanese food and don't mind to pay a little bit extra, do check out the restaurant's occasionally Bluefin Tuna feast - expensive but rare. Visit their Facebook for latest updates.
FOODIOT'S POINT: 85%
BUSINESS HOUR: 11AM - 12 MIDNIGHT
G-23 & G-25, Ground Floor,
Oceanus Waterfront Mall,
Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens,
88000 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah