PAVILION HOTEL KUALA LUMPUR
EBISU @ PAVILION HOTEL KUALA LUMPUR BUKIT BINTANG
Recently, I have the wonderful opportunity to be among the first to experience the latest new kid on the block, a newly opened hotel, the Pavilion Hotel Managed by Banyan Tree's latest trio of food and beverage outlets ~ The Courtyard, Ebisu and Whisky Cove. If you're looking for a place to fulfil your gastronomical needs, Pavilion Hotel may have just the right thing for you. Read on for more...
170 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel 03 - 2117 2888
EBISU, Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur’s Japanese restaurant offers more than your typical Japanese fare as EBISU prides itself on its innovative menu of Japanese fusion cuisine.
5-Star Ambience - Classy & Stylish Settings
Among the dishes from the menu of EBISU menu is a showcase of unique twists that seek to break the boundaries of traditional Japanese dishes that will vet the tastebud of Japanese cuisine connoisseur. Couple that with an extensive list of drinks at EBISU’s bar and you’re in for a night to remember.
Chilling At The Bar
Sake With Dinner
Wild Garden Salad that is served with Wakame Seaweed & Tofu on an Onion Dressing
Our food tasting experience starts off with an appetiser which is a fusion dish made out of a Wild Garden Salad that is served with Wakame Seaweed & Tofu on an Onion Dressing. As known to most Japanese salad will probably be served with a Wafu dressing.
Japanese food is usually served with a different cooking style for a full course meal. After the cold dish, we now are served with a steaming dish. For this, we have the EBISU Chawanmushi which is EBISU special concoction of the Steamed Eggs Custard with Crab Sauce.
Again, Chef Ricky has used a specially brewed crab broth as the based for this Chawan Mushi and topped with Salmon Roe (Ikura) which pops up a savoury salty taste to the silky smooth eggs which make this dish exceptionally tasty. For me, this is the star of the night and a must-have the dish to try when dining here!
Teppanyaki Grilled Salmon
We were then served with a grilled item which the Chef has chosen to serve us a Teppanyaki dish. The name of the dish is Teppanyaki Grilled Salmon.
The fish is lightly pan-fried on the teppan while the fish skin is deep fried. The only slight drawback for my personal taste is that the fish was slightly overcooked thus resulting in a quite dry and not juicy enough to my liking while the fish skin was under-fried as it's not crispy with a chewy texture to it instead.
A Japanese meal is not complete without a Sushi Dish. Here we were served the Sushi Moriawase with a selection of 7 different sushi which includes the likes of the Salmon Sushi, Ikura Sushi, Amaebi Sushi, Akami Sushi, Tamago Sushi, Hokkigai Sushi and Hamachi Sushi.
Sesame Ice Cream
For sweet endings to our dinner, the Sesame Ice-Cream and Sweet Azuki Bean Soup with sticky mochi are served as dessert to delight our tastebuds.
Sweet Azuki Bean Soup With Sticky Mochi
The housemade sesame ice cream is good and smooth, fragrant with the black sesame flavour while I find that the sweet red bean - Azuki bean soup a tad too sweet for me.
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