Kamimura in Bukit Bintang, KL

Today is our Blogoversary! I have been so lazy with my own blog since starting up Kitty Quartet. But since I have more free time now, I can devote a little more 'me' time. Haha!

Tonight, we went to a Japanese restaurant called "Kamimura" – that's a person's name, so I'm guessing it is the owner or chef's name.


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This restaurant is located in a shopping centre in Bukit Bintang, called the Weld. We caught a taxi from home but a good way to get there would be to get a monorail to Bukit Bintang station then walk... It's also possible to walk here from KLCC (and I have) but taxi is better, lol.


You know that it is a good Japanese restaurant when the place is full of Japanese people!

Tonight, there were two of us, but we were quite hungry.

So we had:

Hijiki (free on arrival – hijiki is a thick seaweed cooked with dashi flavours)


Yama-imo no sengiri (Sliced Yam with wasabi)


Satsuma-imo & cheese korokke (Sweet potato & cheese croquette)


Kaki fry (Fried oysters)


Chirasi-zushi (Assorted fish on sushi rice) – wonderful dish!!!!!!!!!


Gin-dara no miso tsuke yaki (Miso marinated grilled sea bass)


Maitake & Mizuna no ohitashi (Mushroom and mizuna salad)


Niku-jaga (Sliced pork, onion, potato and carrot cooked with dashi flavours)


Dessert: Kinako maccha ice cream (Green tea ice cream with toasted soy powder), left; Shiratama zenzai (Warm sticky rice balls with red bean), right.


Who needs to cook when you can eat here?

I would like to eat their Chirashi zushi EVERY DAY!!!

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Jacqueline said...

Happy Blogoversary; it looks like you guys had a feast to celebrate!...I've missed you guys while busy moving and hope all is well; I hope your move went ok, although I just moved a few miles and am still very busy=I can't imagine moving to another country!...I am having a special post tomorrow (Oct. 7) about my first baby, Nikki; hope you can visit...Kisses to all your gorgeous babies and hugs to you, sweet friend.

Kea said...

A very happy blogoversary!

Dinner looks wonderful; I'd especially like to try that sea bass and the sweet potato and cheese croquettes! Yum!

Reenie said...

Happy blogoversary... lovely food. I have heard good stuff about Malaysian 'hawker' food :).


I like your blog and following now... Please don't abandon it again... LOL!

- Reenie

GreatGranny said...

Looks tastey and I've never had the yam and cheese croqettes but they sure sound good. Kassey says 'Thanks' for visiting her blog and commenting.

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