Kimi-Ya is a Japanese Restaurant located at the popular neighbourhood Old Klang Road, nestled at Avantas Residences building, Kimi-Ya can be easily spotted at the ground floor of the building.
The dining area in Kimi-Ya is very spacious and it’s also very family-friendly for family that comes with kids. There’s an open sushi bar which is really Japanese style, watching the chef making your sushi and sashimi cuts just exactly like my very own experience in Kanazawa. There’s also Private Room for those who wishes to dine in private space.
What’s Good at Kimi-Ya?
1) Zaru Soba (RM 18)
Zaru Soba is cold buckwheat noodles served with chef’s special dipping sauce. I would personally recommend to their SOBA! I’m not a ‘soba’ person, but it was really a great experience having soba at Kimi-Ya when Chef Khim, the maestro behind Kimi-Ya teaches the step by step of eating soba. Chef Khim explained that soba should be finish within 7 minutes while it’s served fresh on your dining table. There are 4 different steps to enjoy soba and it’s a really interesting experience, for those planning to visit Kimi-ya should definitely check it out!
2) Matsu Sashimi Moriawase (6 types) (RM 90)
Sashimi platter with 6 types of different fishes including Salmon, White Tuna, Yellowtail, Tuna Belly, Scallop, Octopus and Pink Shrimp. This is really a good and affordable sashimi platter especially for those sashimi cravers! RM90 for a sashimi platter with 6 types of fresh different cuts, I bet you won’t be able to find it anywhere else in Klang Valley.
3) Kaisen Pirikara Miso Nabe (RM 36)
A hot pot with Miso soup (spicy soybean paste soup) served together with assorted seafoods and vegetables. A very nice hot pot for Miso seeker and I personally think it can be serves up to 2 pax.
4) Kimi-Ya Special Roll (RM 36)
A very special roll by Kimi-Ya which comes with avocado, omelette and cucumber rill with garlic mayo. You may think that the combination is a bit odd, but the fresh taste of avocado blend really well with omelette and cucumber rill.
5) Curry Udon (RM 22)
Japanese curry has always been my favourite, even though I’m a person who loves spicy food, but Japanese curry is an exception. It’s not as spicy as the curry that we’ve always known of but it has a very classic curry taste which blend really well with the wheat noodles!
6) Surume Ika Teriyaki to Salmon Sashimi Gozen (RM 66)
My top favourite would be this diner set! Don’t get scare off because of the price, the set comes with a gigantic Japanese Squid with Teriyaki Sauce and also 3 fresh salmon sashimi cuts which makes the price totally worth it!
Get FREE Valet Parking when you dine in Kimi-Ya!
Yes, Free Valet Parking! You can easily stop your car and get the valet ticket from the valet service counter, and how to entitled for Free Valet Parking? Just get your Valet Ticket validate by the cashier when you pay your bill, it’s that easy!
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Address: G-2, Avantas Residences, 162, Jalan Kelang Lama, Taman Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur.
Contact: 03-7986 0732
Business hours: Noon to 3pm, 6-10.30pm (Mondays to Thursdays) and 11.30am-3pm, 6-11pm (Fridays to Sundays)