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Kin No Uma Japanese Restaurant
Palace of the Golden Horses,
Mines Wellness City,
43300 Seri Kembangan,
Selangor, Malaysia.

FOOD cooked on a griddle is often aromatic and tasty and to experience this, it is worth checking out the teppanyaki promotion at Kin No Uma Japanese Restaurant.

The Japanese restaurant at Palace of the Golden Horses is offering an enjoyable lunch or dinner of teppan favourites that are available until May 31.

During a recent media review, the Ika To Shake Teppan (RM28) with stir-fried squid and salmon fillet lavish in garlic butter sauce, was served with assorted vegetables.

To complete the set, the platter includes mixed salad, Japanese garlic fried rice, miso soup and tropical fruits.

The Ika To Shake Teppan consists of stir-fried squid and salmon fillet with garlic butter sauce and served with assorted vegetables.

The Ika To Shake Teppan consists of stir-fried squid and salmon fillet with garlic butter sauce and served with assorted vegetables.

The garlic butter sauce, to me, was rich in flavour and complemented the salmon very well.
But the squid paled in comparison and needed a little extra marination.

Sous chef Mohd Rafidon Kamaruddin explained that the squid was not over-marinated to allow its fresh flavours to dominate the tastebuds.

Another thing I liked about the teppanyaki set was the Japanese garlic rice.

β€œIt’s a simple dish, but a perfect companion to any teppanyaki set,” he said.

I also tried the Mongolian Teppanyaki (RM32) – a mixed-teppan style with chicken, beef, prawn, fish and clams drenched in Mongolian barbecue sauce and vegetables.

A best-seller here, the dish may be spicy for some but it was different compared to others that were cooked in butter sauce or prawn sauce. The portion is huge so it is best for sharing.

The spicy Mongolian Teppanyaki will probably the best-selling dish, as it is a mixed-teppan style with chicken, beef, prawn, fish and clams drenched in Mongolian barbecue sauce and vegetables.

The spicy Mongolian Teppanyaki will probably the best-selling dish, as it is a mixed-teppan style with chicken, beef, prawn, fish and clams drenched in Mongolian barbecue sauce and vegetables.

Diners also can enjoy fish dishes such as Sanma Kabayaki Teppan (RM25) for a taste of pan-fried spike mackerel and Shake Atama Kani Age Teppan (RM38), which has grilled Norwegian salmon fish head and soft shell crab.

For seafood lovers, the Ebi To Hotate Maruyaki Teppan (RM44) is a medley of pan-fried prawns, scallops and vegetables topped with butter prawn sauce.

For this promotion, the restaurant is offering three special noodle teppanyaki.

The Wakadori Age Dofu Soba Teppan (RM25) is soba noodles cooked with chicken, tofu and vegetables, and soaked with Yakiniku butter sauce.

Another soba noodle dish is the Gyuniku Hiyashi Sobayaki Teppan (RM28), with sliced beef with tomato and assorted vegetables to complete the presentation.

If you prefer fish with your noodles, opt for the Saba Udon Teppan (RM28).

This udon noodle option is simple with blue mackarel fillet and butter garlic sauce vegetables.

All teppanyaki sets come with mixed salad, miso soup and tropical fruits.

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