LG 03, Plaza Emerald North, Jalan PJU 8/3A, Damansara Perdana
47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : 603-7713 5288
FB : Mikan Japanese Cuisine
Business Hours :
Mon – Fri 11:30 am – 3 pm, 6 pm – 10 pm; Sat 6 pm – 10 pm
Mikan Japanese Restaurant has always topped my favourite list with their proud attractive menu and the use of only fresh ingredients in the food preparation. The restaurant had recently moved from Maju Junction Mall to Damansara Perdana but no worries as the quality still remained at its best.
Wasabi Tomato (RM10)
With warm yellow light in simple and cozy ambience, we began our wonderful gastronomic journey with the appetizing Wasabi Tomato. Each bite at the juicy Japanese tomatoes that tossed with fresh herbs was simply irresistable. The flavorful taste matches very well with chef own house dressing, that blended in with small amount of wasabi to give it a little umph.
Onsen Tamago Salad (RM25)
Next to whet our appetites was this Onsen Tamago Salad, where diners need to mix up all ingredients well with the boiled egg at center that cooked in Onsen style. It gives the salad an overall smooth creaminess texture which I adore. Besides the greens, croutons, and tomato, Onsen Tamago Salad also has small amount of soba to fulfill one’s carb need.
Salmon Sashimi (RM26) and Salmon Belly Sashimi (RM32)
To me, sashimi is all about freshness and remaining its natural flavor. It is also a dish of art as chef always pays a lot of attention to the detail of its presentation. Mikan’s Salmon Sashimi and Salmon Belly Sashimi, superb! The owner is very demanding in using good quality of salmon fish to ensure the diners have heavenly experience everytime when enjoying this.
Dragon Roll (RM28)
For Dragon Roll being one of Mikan’s best sellers, my guess, it is because of the exquisite sauce that chef is very proud of. I like it too, the sauce is the soul of this Dragon Roll. The sushi was covered with tempura flakes on the surface layer to give it an extra crisp bite.
Volcano Roll (RM22)
Must-try signature dishes include the Volcano Roll as well. An unagi based sushi that topped full with fragrance fried shallots, boneto flakes, and tasty creamy sauce. The overall taste was heavier than dragon roll toward the salty flavor, one of the crowd favorite too.
Ebi Pan (RM8 for 3 pcs)
Made from French baguette with shrimp paste, chef deep fried the Ebi Pan till golden brown crisp and topped with own mixed mayo sauce for that perfect finish touch.
Hotate Mentai Mayo (RM42 for 4 pcs)
Hotate Mentai Mayo, fresh seared scallops coated with Mentai sauce on top, a sophisticated food to me that prepared in simple way but taste OMG!
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