Keep scrolling for our list of the best Japanese Restaurants offering an ‘Omakase,’ menu, and goes on a gastronomical adventure.
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1. Sushi Ryu
The dining space housed in warm hues and minimalist-ornate ornament features a central 11-seat sushi counter carved from dark cypress wood. Sushi Ryu is showcasing two omakase menus that include signature dishes such as chopped otoro with caviar, white fish sashimi drizzled with truffle soyu, and cold noodles with uni and caviar. The restaurant specializes in using only the freshest seasonal ingredients from Japan. For an exquisite omakase experience sake pairing is recommended.
Feast at | Level 2, Platinum Park Tower 1, Persiaran KLCC, Kuala Lumpur City Centre.
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One unique offering at TAKA is their seating area, take a seat at the 300-year-old Hinoki wood 16-seater counter. The Omakase menu is served by Chef Daichi Yazawa, who is a master at serving the finest sashimi and sushi. Make sure to come with an open mind, and appetite, as he is known to serve unique delicacies.
Feast at | Level 3A, The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur.
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3. Suru Omakase
Craving for something to warm you up? Reserve one of the 13 seats available in this intimate restaurant. Each dish presented is carefully created daily, to ensure freshness. Enjoy the Chef’s signature Omakase menu that is both visually pleasing and will have tastebuds mindblown. With the finest and freshest seafood flown in from Japan daily, the Suru Omakase has a peculiar dining experience that evokes all your senses. Experience it for yourslf.
Feast at | D2-G3-3A, Solaris Dutamas (Publika), 1, Jalan Dutamas 1.
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Kampachi is an Award-winning Japanese restaurant that has garnered a lot of popularity since its opening. Famous for their weekend A’la carte buffet , it’s time to experience their Omakase menu. Kampachi’s sashimi is sourced from Tokyo’s famous Tsukiji Market and prepared by master chefs. When you are making reservations, make sure to get a seat at their iconic 200-year-old Japanese wooden sushi countertop. Aside from their flagship restaurant located at EQ Kuala Lumpur, they have two other outlets Pavillion KL and Plaza 33.
Feast at | Ground Floor, EQ, Equatorial Plaza, Jalan Sultan Ismail
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5. Edju Omakase
EDJU Omakase combines tradition with an edgy side, bringing a pleasant-relaxed vibe. It offers two omakase dining options using only “aged fish” – a meticulous process that is helmed by Chef Eddie Ng. He often uses a variety of fatty fish in his sushi. EDJU comfortably seats 10, making it an intimate dining experience, and offers an array of alcoholic beverages plus a selection of flavored cigars.
Feast at | Ground Floor, Damansara City Mall, Damansara City, 6, Jalan Damanlela, Damansara City.
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6. Sushi Azabu
Sushi Azabu, a Michelin-starred restaurant located in Lot 10, Kuala Lumpur, earned recognition for its traditional Japanese cuisine using the freshest ingredients. Their seafood is flown in twice a week directly from Japan and includes salmon, tuna, amberjack, and snapper (which is less common). You’ll be in for a real authentic Japanese dining experience.
Feast at | 4F Lot 10 Shopping Centre