Malaysia Tatler Best Restaurants - - Japanese -


Along­side tra­di­tional Ja­panese favourites, Enju serves up a se­lec­tion of cre­ative fu­sion num­bers. It is also popular for its sushi buf­fet din­ner on Fri­days and Satur­days.


Ven­ture off the beaten path with the fu­sion of­fer­ings here. But while novel flavours may tickle the taste­buds, noth­ing com­pletes a Ja­panese meal like tra­di­tional hos­pi­tal­ity. For­tu­nately, there’s plenty of that at Enju.

• A good dish to start with is the hamachi carpac­cio, thinly sliced yel­low­tail carpac­cio and salmon roe driz­zled with herb oil and tangy wasabi shoyu.

• Do not miss the gyu­niku teriyaki with its 200g of prime Aus­tralian beef ten­der­loin glazed with savoury teriyaki sauce and cooked to a suc­cu­lent medium well.

Sashimi plat­ter Chi­rashi sushi

Sushi plat­ter

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