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Daikanyama at Changkat

Monday

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Yes­ter­day (Sun­day), I went to KL to meet up with Ted. We met for break­fast then we hit the gym at Lot 10 after that.

After lunch, I needed to send my car to the work­shop, again. I’ll blog about my car soon.

Then I went to meet up with Kah Wai at this Japan­ese restau­rant called Daikanyama sit­u­ated at Changkat Bukit Bintang.

Daikanyama sign board

We had our din­ner before we catch a Japan­ese movie — Dance, Subaru.

Kah Wai

I like the restau­rant very much. Nice inte­rior design, nice food and nice bosses. What can you ask for more?

Interior

Besides din­ing here, it’s a good place to hang out with friends and have a drink or two. They serve all kinds of liqueur, from sake to shoju, from whisky to wine and from beer to stout.

We sat beside a glass wall which sep­a­rates us from a small smok­ing zone.

Smoking zone

I love the design of the menu. It depicts the map of the Tokyo sub­way sys­tem. Each coloured line rep­re­sents a cat­e­gory of food and each sta­tion rep­re­sents a dish.

Menu

I ordered the Salmon Fried Rice (RM14). It tastes nor­mal to me.

Salmon fried rice

Kah Wai ordered the Mini Okonomi Yaki, the Japan­ese style seafood pan­cake (RM15). This 1 tastes very nice. Lots of seafood with the sweet sauce and may­on­naise topping.

Japanese pancake

Kah Wai had a bot­tle of sake. She fin­ished it all by her­self because sake is just too strong for me.

Sake

The Chi­nese (or maybe Japan­ese) char­ac­ter on the bot­tle means drunk. Hahaha… humour…

I had the Choya Umeshu with soda (Japan­ese plum liqueur). The taste is so good I think it’s bet­ter than any soft drink in the market.

Choya Umeshu

Guess I’m addicted to Choya.

Look­ing at the ben­e­fits of drink­ing Choya like aid diges­tion, increase meta­bolic rate and pro­mote bet­ter sleep, I think I’m going to get a bot­tle soon.

Monday

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CommentNo. 1

Grace7 July 200910:13 AM

wah.… d place very nice leh.. i wan go oso… hehe

Author’s CommentNo. 2

Den­nis7 July 20099:14 PM

Yeah… it’s a very nice place… let’s go one day…

CommentNo. 3

Grace9 July 200910:54 AM

okok.… u say de ar…
let me plan it.. hehe

CommentNo. 4

Joe9 July 200911:31 AM

I was highly rec­om­mended by my col­legue to enjoy nice sake! The salmon truf­fles & Bacon fried rice taste really Yummy! The menu design was unique too.

Author’s CommentNo. 5

Den­nis9 July 200912:07 PM

@Grace
When­ever you are ready…

@Joe
Salmon truf­fles & Bacon fried rice? Wah… you made me want to go back there and try them…

CommentNo. 6

Dan1 September 20095:16 AM

argh­h­h­h­h­hhh hun­gry in this hour!! and i love sake!!!

CommentNo. 7

Violet Lai14 August 20108:48 PM

Hello (; Is it can get a afford­able din­ner in Daikanyama ? Roman­tic place ? 😀

Author’s CommentNo. 8

Den­nis Lee15 August 201012:35 AM

Hi Vio­let,

Yes it’s afford­able (I posted the price).

Roman­tic? Hmmm… it depends on what time you go lor. Evening maybe, but at night, well… it’s a pub afterall…

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