Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Daidomon Japanese BBQ Restaurant Sdn Bhd, GE Mall

Hmm noticed quite a few of my favourite floggers have simultaneously posted Japanese food. I’ll follow suit but will still be far cry from qualifying to apply for even a puny spot in the JFKA (what's exclusive society is that, you ask? Start dropping by my favourite Tummy Yummies at the sidebar, okay).

I dislike salmon and wasabe. Tsk tsk tsk pathetic, I know.

Did this many moons back when the restaurant was still in its infant stage. Photos were found wanting so was not eager to post. I have never been back since. Personally I found the pricing with the small portions beyond my usual affordability. Tastewise, I prefer the Korean style of marination and dipping sauce.

This is a Japanese Barbeque Restaurant. 4 of us were curious to find out the difference. As appetizers, we had California Roll and Shake Sashimi (Salmon).

The round stainless steel barbeque pit was similar to those found in Korean restaurants. Charcoal powered.

We sizzled Tori Momo (Ostrich Meat), Hotate (Scallops), Karubi (Belly Tender), Nakaochi Karubi (Rib Finger), Shitake (Mushrooms), Okura (Ladyfingers), Kabocha (Pumpkin) and Chicken Garlic Sausages.For drinks, we had Ocha (Green Tea) and a bottle of foreign beer, Weihenstephan (me no sip so no idea of taste but wow, RM33 pricey).

The bill:-Location:-Great Eastern Mall, along Jalan Ampang (Parking’s a breeze and cheap)


team bsg said...

for that we can whipppppppppp you 2fresh thermidor lobsters with real drinks included to make you forget tomorrow

Big Boys Oven said...

so delicious! love japanese dishes!

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

looks ok wat?? at least here you get vegetarian bbq choices..haha korean give you nothing but MEAT!

sc said...

RM276 for 4 quite ex hor..since the ingredients/ raw materials dont seem too fantastic..

Nic (KHKL) said...

ya lor, i thought japanese pits are different in design one...niways, looks like a lot of good food you had...i like both japanese and korean styles, but i prefer our very own char siew and siew kai yik (chick wings)..hehe

Tummythoz said...

team bsg, when when when. *chuck bib wear apron grab carving knife*

big boys oven, me sometimes only.

Njoe, gimme bulgogi anytime! *grind carving knife*

sc, small portions too. We needed to stuff ourselves with cakes at Alexis after. Expensive eat-out indeed.

nic(khkl), siew-kai-yik, ngo-chung-sai-chau-chung-yi-sik!
Char-siew, siew-yuk, siew-pai-kuat, siew ngap .. *pick up carving fork too*

babe_kl said...

had wanted to try but i see see nobody inside oso i oso dun wanna walk in :P

Anonymous said...

You dislike salmon and wasabe? Tell me you like unagi at least! :D

Tummythoz said...

babe_kl, haha. Walk in see first-lar. It's quite a big sitting area behind its reception area.

*wrestling every single piece/slice/bit of unagi from kennymah's plate*

Judy said...

Not value for money if you ask me. Somehow, I don't know why Japanese food has to be expensive. Less work for the chefs unlike Malaysian food where the chefs painstakingly prepare the ingredients to cook up a scrumptious meal. :)

Give me steamboat anytime. :P

Timothy said...

Wow ... the Tori Momo ... err ... Ostrich Meat looks yummy although I never had one in my life. Perhaps it's time I venture into the safari part of eating. haha. Anyway .. food looks good ... price is even better. Makes me wonder .. are we foodies ever gonna earn enough to support our diet standards huh. But what the heck, you live only once ... eat on ... eat on ....

fatboybakes said...

you donch like salmon and wasabe??? hmmm, scratching chin...why?
is BBQ an authentic jap thingie?
(p/s-by the way, the onslaught and gender war on ahem, pavlova, is all in jest ya...cant be too careful these days,haha)

Tummythoz said...

judy, hey that's what I questioned my friends. They say freshly flown ingredients and better looking cooks. (@_@)

Timothy, a number of Chinese tai-chou offers this meat too. It can be a bit tough. Stir-fried with black pepper is good.

fatboybakes, you r the one who dislike cauliflowers huh? Mysteries of the universe.

This is the 1st Jap BBQ I've come across so far.

Jest? What jest? Good to be very careful .. so when I collect a whole pavlova? Haha back.

J2Kfm said...

wow, pretty pricey. but heard bout this outlet from my aunt, who is a Japanese tourist guide in KL. Seems like even the Japanese tourists love this place.

Jason said...

I dont like wasabi too but salmon is still acceptable lah.

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