Thursday, September 25, 2008

Mizu, Bangsar

Was at Bangsar shopping recently and before we know it, it's lunch time!
With plenty of restaurants around, we were definitely pampered with choices, and we finally decided to have japanese at Mizu.
The first impression you get when you see Mizu's facade is that it's expensive..
But when you step in, it feels cozy and warm...good place for a laid back, relaxing meal.
The lunch menu was actually very reasonable with plenty to choose from, and we had..
Gindara Teriyaki Set (RM28)
The set includes some sliced vegetables (preserved?), miso soup and silky smooth chawan mushi that practically glides down one's throat. The texture was just perfect, one of the loveliest I've come across so far.
As for the cod, it was nicely grilled with crisp skin and juicy meat. Good value for money indeed.
The Saba Set (RM22).. Served with the same sides, the saba set was quite substantial. Again, the grilled timing was immaculate, so the meat was extremely juicy (it was oozing when I ate it) while the skin had the crackle pop crispiness. Very tasty.
We ended the meal with some mix fruit yoghurt thing which was part of the set..
Overall a good meal, we'll be back for more in the future :).
Mizu is located at L6, First Floor, Bangsar Village I, Jalan Telawi Satu, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur.

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11 Comments:

Anonymous Lyrical Lemongrass said...

This is one of my favourite lunchtime japanese restaurants. For a very reasonable sum, one gets delicious and substantial portions. My favourite order is the grilled unagi. Fat juicy pieces, man. But I realise, nowadays, that reservations are necessary, even for lunch. It's a very popular lunch option for many people.

26 September, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

lyrical lemongrass: oh, i must try the unagi the next time..sounds mouth watering. i was there for weekend lunch, was still ok. guess weekdays there's a huge office crowd?

26 September, 2008  
Blogger Precious Pea said...

I tot this place is expensive too. Cod set meal looks good and value for money.

26 September, 2008  
Blogger Tummythoz said...

Long time haven't been to Bangsar. Good unagi & saba, here I come.

26 September, 2008  
Blogger J2Kfm said...

eh, Mizu means water is itnot? funny name.

anyway, the saba and gindara seem pretty appetizing.

26 September, 2008  
Blogger backstreetgluttons said...

the charred ravine decorated grilled fish looks loosely dangerous , shud be perfect without wasabe but sake
yes ?

26 September, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

pea: that the impression most have too :). both set were yummy

tummythoz: me too for unagi!

j2kfm: oh, that's the reason for the running water at the entrance..

backstreetglutton: with the salty skin on the meat, sake definitely makes a good pair..

26 September, 2008  
Blogger mimid3vils said...

so competitive now, most of the restaurant offer set meal on weekend too ;P

27 September, 2008  
Blogger Nic (KHKL) said...

one of those places i pass by but was intimidated by the classy exterior..hehehe...

ok lar, i'm quite assured now...must try..hehehe

29 September, 2008  
Blogger Shell (貝殼) said...

i like the Japanese style of cooking for their cod fish~~

29 September, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

mimid3vils: haha..never thot in that way yet..

nic: safe to try..wont burn a hole in your pocket.. :p

shell: very fresh and very sweet eh?

29 September, 2008  

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