My youngest sister and I planned to treat my dad to celebrate Happy Father's Day, so we took him to try new restaurant; Tokyo Kitchen are located at Ativo Plaza, Damansara Avenue, Bandar Sri Damansara! My dad never try Tokyo Kitchen, Japanese restaurant so first time he try it!
Last time, I was be with my good friend who remmocended me to eat the delicious sushi at Tokyo Kitchen, SetiaWalk in Puchong, if you stay in Puchong, you can try there!
Tokyo Kitchen also provided the healthy meal by their own Japanese style; no oil, less sugar, neutral salt, and more protein in authentic Japanese Restaurant. They also have two speciality sushi; Dinosaur Sushi (RM29.30) and Long Salmon Sushi (RM6.30).
They also attracted many custromers who love to view a veery beautiful interior of wooden and bamboo furnishing and put many light red lanterns at the outside wall, bringing a calm and comfy scene within modernity. The custromers can write their wishes on wooden plank, becoming part of the charming decorations before they leave Tokyo Kitchen restaurant!
My dad not like sushi so, he ordered a dish; Chicken Teriyaki Don, Grilled chicken with Teriyaki sauce on rice served with miso soup, priced RM17.80. It is top chef's reccommendation! I want to try my dish, Roasted Salmon Cheese Rice Set (RM28.80), served with Green salad, Chawarmushi, miso soup, agedashi, tofu, rice! I really love my Chocolate Banana Ice Blended drink as always.
Finally, my sister got her dish; Curry Chicken Katsu Rice with Calitornia Maki Set, served with Miso soup, Chawanmushi, Agedashi Tofu and Salad, priced RM 28.80 with free refill flow green tea!
My dad, sister and I enjoyed to eat delicious Japanese dish, but we not yet to try their specialty sushi, it's okay because we are full already! Next time, we can come again! You better to give a try once since Tokyo Kitchen become famous to be expensive!
Level 1, Ativo Plaza, B-G-9, Block B,
No 1 Jalan PJU 9/1, Damansara Avenue,
Bandar Sri Damansara PJU 9,
52200 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.
Check out at https://www.facebook.com/TokyoKitchen