Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - EATING -

Buzzing with the energy of Ginza and Shibuya, the sixth floor of Pav­il­ion plays host to the vi­brant Tokyo Street. Armed with a new head chef , Tokyo Tep­pan and Tokyo Don of­fers au­then­tic Ja­panese cui­sine, mak­ing this the per­fect place to stop by and re­fuel fol­low­ing a hec­tic shop­ping ad­ven­ture in Pav­il­ion.

Tokyo Tep­pan is a tra­di­tional tep­pa­nyaki res­tau­rant where the chef’s kitchen and din­ing area blend to­gether into one seam­less space. It’s a sim­ple, util­i­tar­ian space that at­tracts fam­i­lies and of­fice work­ers alike. Sit at the tep­pa­nyaki counter and watch as your dishes are freshly pre­pared be­fore your eyes. The salmon tep­pa­nyaki and An­gus beef tep­pa­nyaki get rave re­views. Mean­while, the kyo set (prawn and salmon tep­pa­nyaki with bean sprouts) and edo set (salmon, scal­lops and prawn tep­pa­nyaki with bean sprouts) of­fer din­ers the op­por­tu­nity to sam­ple an as­sort­ment of del­i­ca­cies in one plat­ter.

Tokyo Don is named for the don­buri, a kind of bowl, and this is a ref­er­ence to their sig­na­ture dish. Tokyo Don serves the pop­u­lar ‘rice in a bowl’ with vast per­mu­ta­tions of the dish on the menu. Pop­u­lar choices in­clude tem­pura seafood, hokkai don with fresh salmon and roe on top of rice. Amongst these don­buri dishes, their home-made tofu stands out for its tan­ta­lis­ingly eggy creami­ness. Fur­ther­more, Tokyo Don dishes out sump­tu­ous saba teriyaki, chicken nan­ban and nabeyaki udon that add a touch of va­ri­ety to its don­bu­ri­filled menu.

Si­t­u­ated side-by-side Tokyo Tep­pan and Tokyo Don al­low the cross or­der­ing of ex­quis­ite Ja­panese food, thus en­abling din­ers to sam­ple the best of both worlds. Lot 6.24.02, Tokyo Street Level 6, The Grand Palace Res­tau­rant @ Pav­il­ion, No. 168, Jalan Bukit Bin­tang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wi­layah Perseku­tuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (60 3-2141 4519/ www.toky­otep­pan.com.my)

11:00 am – 10:00 pm

Eat­ing & Drink­ing 2015/2016

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