Lot 6, Lorong Utara C, Section 52
46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : 603-7954 6888 ext 4557
FB : Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun
‘Simply Japanese’, a comforting array of Japanese classics at Utara Coffee House.
Beginning 1st May – 30 June 2014, Utara Coffee House will be showcasing an array of Japanese delicacies to tempt every Japanese food lover.
Priced from RM22++ onwards, Japanese food is not just about sushi. Themed ‘Simply Japanese’, diners will soon discover no matter what type of Japanese Foodie they are, be it a sushi fan or a teriyaki lover, the ‘Simply Japanese’ menu is designed to cater to all types of Japanese palates.
Skillfully prepared by our very own Japanese-skilled chef who has over 10 years of experience preparing Japanese cuisine, Chef Syed promises guests a satisfying epicure journey from the Land-Of-The-Rising-Sun.
Kijidon Domburi (RM26++)
Never failing to make it on any Japanese menu is this all-time favorite, Kijidon Domburi, otherwise known as chicken teriyaki. Served with rice and a side of pickles, this classic simple chicken dish that grilled and glazed with a sticky homemade teriyaki sauce did surprise me with its uniquely good taste and crunchy skin.
Served together with steamed rice, treat your senses to a simple but flavor-packed traditional shogayaki dish, the fried beef with ginger sauce.
Namagaki Moriawase (RM22++)
Baked fresh oysters served on the half shell in 3 different Motoyaki (mayonnaise-based) sauces, a truly indulgence for the oyster lovers!
Gindara Misoyaki (RM28)
Mild in taste, the marination miso paste did not overpower the natural sweetness of the fresh cod fish, instead it gave a hint of fragrance and made the overall flavor a really nice one.
Maguro Tempura (RM25)
A firm favorite in Japanese cuisine, tuna makes the next featured dish. Maguro Tempura is tuna battered in an airy and light batter, deep fried into a crispy golden brown and layered over with homemade teriyaki sauce.
Seafood Maki Roll (RM24)
Scrumptious sushi rolled with seafood and unagi sauce.
Seirogohan Zen (RM26)
A simple satisfying dish, steamed rice served together with slightly cooked salmon slices at side.
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