Lot G26, Ground Floor, Atria Shopping Gallery (north entrance)
Jalan SS22/23, Damansara Jaya, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : 6010-202 0200
FB : Ryoshi Izakaya Signature
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun 11:30 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Thanks for the wonderful invitation, I recently went to Ryoshi Signature at Atria Shopping Gallery to sample some of their best sellers in Japanese cuisine. Opened for business not too long ago, I get to attend their grand launching event as well that was very happening with lots of guests joined in for the celebration.
Maki Sushi is made by wrapping up fillings in rice and nori seaweed. Besides the Oyster Maki (RM28) that we tried, Ryoshi Signature also serves varieties of delicious special roll like Spider Maki, Unagi Maki, Salmon Mentaiko Maki, Aburi Salmon Maki, California Maki, and many more.
Yum… Maguro, Salmon, Tako, Hotate, Amaebi, Kampachi… I am fan of sashimi. Air-flown from Japan twice every week to ensure its fresh quality, do not miss to try the sashimi here at Ryoshi Signature. For platter, they have Premium Zentaiku (RM250 for 7 kinds 3 pieces each), the one we had Ryoshi Sashimi Mori (RM130 for 6 kinds 3 pieces each), and Fuyou Sashimi Platter (RM100 for 5 kinds 2 pieces each).
Do not forget to take your greens for a balanced diet. We tried the Horensho Bacon (RM18), a spinach bacon salad that features lots of fresh crunchy leaves.
Hire Katsu (RM20) is a type of Japanese fried dish that uses pork fillet instead of the loin, which is usually used in Tonkatsu. Its texture is more tender than Tonkatsu and I really enjoyed it.
Goya Chanpuru (RM15), a simple dish but highly recommended at Ryoshi Signature. Chef pan fried the bitter gourd from Okinawa Japan together with egg and bacon for the irresistible aroma and flavour.
How can you miss their kushiyaki skewers when you dine at Izakaya 😉 Ryoshi Signature offers lots of choices for pork skewers, beef skewers, chicken skewers and vegetable skewers. The skewers we ordered were Shitake Mushroom (RM4), Eringi King Oyster Mushroom (RM5), Yakitori Chicken (RM6), Enoki Bacon (RM8), and Buta Bara Pork Belly (RM6). A perfect selection to go with the chilled beers or glass of sake for great enjoyment with your makan buddies.
Yaki Buta (RM22), grilled pork belly with chef’s special sauce, another mouth-watering dish that goes very well with the beer. It has a little bit of burned crispy edge that I like. Just picturing this dish alone is enough to make the pork lovers salivate!!
I like the presentation of this Hakusai Buta Nabe (RM28 for 1-2 pax), a cabbage and pork hot pot with choice of spicy kimchi miso or udon soup base. Filling and healthy, this Japanese dish is usually prepared to warm up the tummy during cold season.
The menu has so many selection, you just need to come here and check out for yourself. For enquiries and reservations, please contact 6010-2020200.
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