The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur,
Jalan Lapangan Terbang SAAS,
Tel: 03-7843 1234
Business hours: 12pm to 2.30pm (lunch),
6.30pm to 10pm (dinner), daily.
The restaurant offers a Japanese buffet with a difference.
IF you can’t have enough Japanese food, the All-You-Can-Eat Weekend Lunch Special at Kogetsu, The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur, will satisfy your cravings – all for RM99++.
The menu includes deep-fried, grilled, simmered and vinegared dishes. There is also raw fish, sushi, salad, soup, udon or soba noodles, rice, sushi roll and hand roll, teppanyaki, fried vegetables and desserts.
The dishes are freshly prepared based on orders from diners and retain their integrity of taste, flavour and presentation.
“The menu style is not too contemporary as we also maintain the traditional aspects. It is not too fancy either but we ensure that the quality of the Kanto-based recipes are good,” said Minami.
Also on the menu is tempura and grilled dishes featuring popular favourites such as Tempura Moriowase (mixed seafood and vegetables), Satoimo Agedashi Nameko Orishi (deep-fried battered Japanese yam with Pearl Mushroom) or Soft Kani Tempura (soft shell crab in batter), delicious Shishamo (grilled pregnant fish) and Gyu Shogayaki (beef sirloin with ginger sauce) and from the Teppanyaki section you can choose from a selection of beef tenderloin, chicken, salmon, scallops and prawns.
Finish on a sweet note with desserts like Macha (green tea ice cream), Zenzai (grilled glutinous rice cake with red bean), Kisetsu Kudamono (seasonal local fruit platter) and a choice of strawberry, vanilla or chocolate ice cream.
You can also view the special promotional menu by clicking on Kogetsu Restaurant on www.shr.my
The RM99++ All-You-Can-Eat Lunch Weekend Special at Kogetsu will run from now until June 30, every Saturday and Sunday, from noon to 2.30pm. Children below 12 can eat at half price. For CIMB cardholders, for every fifth person who dines, one eats free.
For reservations, call 03-7843 1234 ext 6122 or e-mail email@example.com
This is the writer’s personal observation and is not an endorsement by StarMetro.