Sushi Zen Pavilion

It’s nice eating food you really wanted to try! Yes, I did had my fill in Ninja Jones but that’s gonna come in later. Long gone are the heydays of Sushi King. Now there are loads and loads of Japanese food coming into the country. So since I was loitering in Pavilion, the new shopping complex in the heart of KL town, let’s try something else. Say Sushi Zen.

Sushi Zen Banner
Looks it’s Sushi Zen

Sushi Zen was brought into the States from the far east of Japan. I mean the HQ now is at the States in Vancouver. O_o. Anyway in Pavilion, there’s one situated at the lowest floor. Yes, open concept. Seeing all these words bores a person. So let’s move on to our food.

Soft Shell Crab Temaki

Soft Shell Crab Temaki, one of the starters for me. Well, I find it small but instead of California Roll, why not try Soft Shell Crabs. But if this isn’t enough why not have a look at the next dish.

Tempura Sushi Rolls

Tempura or Prawns Sushi Roll, one of those sushi dish I ordered. But then before I had this I was eating my main dish. Well, was way way too full before I had this, but then it was worth it. So what is the main dish??

Sake Salmon Sashimi

Sake Sashimi or some call it Salmon Sashimi, yes… I love sashimis. Well, to me Salmon have to be eaten raw. If they’re cooked, it’s like the thrill isn’t there. You might be thinking, “That’s All???” Ahaks… of course I ate something else too.

Unagi Rice Meal

Unagi Rice Meal, or rather Eel Meat with rice. Now what can I not miss eating but Unagi Rice. The ultimate Japanese food dish which I always love to eat.

So what do I have to say about all this?? Well, the food’s pretty appetizing. Of course it is, else I wouldn’t even talk about it. Price is mighty standard with the location in Pavilion itself. So if you think of trying to get those J. Co donuts but saw the long queue and decided to eat something else, have a try here.


  1. Bell December 11, 2007
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