Thursday, May 17, 2012

Kame Sushi @ Sri Hartamas

At Kame Sushi, there is no a la carte menu and Chef Selection is the name of the game. Opt for the sushi kaiseki (RM80) if you are not feeling too hungry. But if you up for a big feast, choose the kaiseki, which ranges from RM150 to RM200. Nab a spot at the bar if you can because it is the best perch for watching raw dishes being prepared. 
Baby anchovy served with grated white radish was the perfect dish to kick off our meal.
Like most diners, we have a deep love for sashimi. All the fish were fresh, with a burst of sea flavor. 
Grill what everyone's craving for - Tender, Juicy Pork. 
Pop one of these squid's egg in your mouth and experience it melting with just a few bites. 
The shishamo emerged from the chef's kitchen shriveled and stunning. However, the texture was rather soggy, perhaps it was left at the chef's table for a tad too long. 
 Fresh, buttery grilled cod fish that will sleep deep in your belly
To wake up, put your tender heart with some fresh Japanese tomatoes. 
The sushi platter was mediocre, with classic flavors shipped to our table.
Ice cream waffles took center stage on a blue plate. 
 The Yuzu sorbet was fresh and creamy, packed with flavor, but light enough to leave you wanting more.

VERDICT: SOMEWHAT SMITTEN

Kame Sushi @ Sri Hartamas Big Badge

31 comments:

  1. Yum to the raw cuts and sashimo which is perfect when a splash of lemon juice hits on top. The rest too looks fantastic and if I am in this area, I will give a try. Btw, Sri Hartamas is so loaded with Jap and Korean restaurants that sometimes I can't decide which one to try.

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    1. You are right, there are many Japanese restaurant at Sri Hartamas. Another Japanese restaurant which I like is Aoyama (the green room), they have pretty good rolls there.

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  2. The sashimi platter looks really fresh. I saw those Japanese tomatoes recently at Sage too, Chef Daniel was showing it to me saying it was really sweet.

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    1. Somehow the Japanese tomatoes at Kema Sushi were not that sweet.

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  3. Ice cream waffles, now I'm feeling like dessert and I've only just eaten breakfast. :-)

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    1. I'm worst than you, I had mc dee for breakfast and i'm ald feeling hungry again!

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  4. I never dared to eat squid's eggs- for some reason it scares me!

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    1. Hehehhe....you need to fight your fear away because it tastes really good!

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  5. i'm a fan of fish roe and squid roe. any kind of eggs will do! i wonder if a restaurant someday could do a degustation menu based on eggs: maybe start with a dish of fermented chinese century eggs, then something with a poached egg, then something with fish roe, etc etc :D

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    1. Sean, that's a brilliant idea!!!! Can you pls persuade a chef to create this special menu? I'll would love to give it a try!

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  6. luscious japanese food!!!! slurrrppp!

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  7. The squid's egg looks rather scary for me >.<

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    1. Hhehehe... just tell yourself that it's not squid egg, its some sea vegetables =D

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  8. I like the wasabi on the sashimi set..
    it looks like those are the grate.. not those from the tube type...
    first time i see the egg squid.. i bet it is really delicious...
    no fat salmon sashimi? kekeke

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    1. You are right. I love fresh wasabi, it taste much better than the process one.
      My salmon sashimi wasn't as fatty as the one you had at 1U. =)

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  9. The squid egg. Love it to bits while hubby hates it so lucky me inherits his serving:D Its a love or hate for most people.

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    1. Hhahaha.... lucky you!! That means you get to eat double of what you like. ITs a win win situation for both of u =D

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  10. so many times i have dined at japanese restaurant but i havent tried japanese ice cream waffle before.. seems like theirs is good but quite pricey

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    1. You can actually buy the japanese ice cream waffle from any japanese grocery shop. Its much cheaper than ordering it at the restaurant.

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  11. how much is the above Kaiseki? the sushi & sashimi looked really fresh and of quality...

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  12. I never had squid's eggs. I curious to taste them...

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    1. Its very creamy and nice. I'm sure you will like it =)

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  13. You're a Japanese food lover aren't you? :p
    I've yet to try squid's eggs I wonder how it tastes like :/

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    1. Yes I'm... i can have Japanese food everyday. Hehehe

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  14. Look so delicious and refreshing!!! Beautiful pictures...

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  15. Hhmmm can this be the one that will satisfy my craving for sushi.. after Sushi Dai, nothing came close.

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    1. Sushi Dai in the japanese market ya? I did give it a try during my last visit to Japan, but having sushi at 6am in the morning can be quite challenging =D

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