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T.Dining Malaysia Tatler Best Restaurants - - Japanese -

Ex­pe­ri­ence the per­sonal touch of the head chef and sous chef as you par­take of their de­li­cious cre­ations in this af­fa­ble Ja­panese restau­rant.

Def­i­nitely go with the omakase course, which fea­tures a di­verse se­lec­tion of the chef’s choice dishes in­clud­ing sashimi, ni­giri, sushi rolls, ap­pe­tis­ers, palate cleansers and dessert. Stand­out dishes from the course is the Hokkaido oys­ter and the ark shell ni­giri. Of note is the rice tex­ture of the ni­giri which is firm and sports good co­he­sive­ness with a hint of vine­gar for ex­tra flavour. An­other ap­petite pleasing course is the sea­sonal ni­giri, fea­tur­ing ap­pe­tis­ers, 10 pieces of ni­giri, sushi rolls and soup.

Sushi Az­abu’s menu is di­verse and changes sea­son­ally to ac­com­mo­date the fresh­est cuts of fish. The chutoro and otoro cuts are some of the best that you can find in Malaysia with its high-grade mar­bling of mus­cle and fat adding to the smooth and vis­cous tex­ture of the fish. There is even avail­abil­ity of sea­sonal ex­otic fish such as loaches which are typ­i­cally only found at fish mar­kets in Ja­pan.

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