Monday, August 31, 2009

Senjyu Sushi @ The Curve

To satisfy my Japanese craving, we ended up at Senjyu Sushi at Cineleisure last Sunday evening. I was happy to see that there were many people inside, which was quite different from our last experience a year ago when hubby and I ate there during their soft opening. Seeing that it was packed, I gained confidence that this will be a satisfying japanese meal.
Our order took a while to arrive, but luckily there's the sushi train which displayed a wide array of choices. Hubby sampled one and said it was yummy and much more superior over Sakae Sushi. Poor me, couldn't sample it because it contained raw stuff, which is a no - no for pregnant women.
Our beef sukiyaki arrived first and it's a bit on the sweet side, though it tasted good (most especially bec I was starving). They didn't serve small bowls nor soup spoon, so I had to make a request. Else I wonder how do they expect us to eat it?
The highlight of the meal was the Giant Ebi Tempura which was bigger than the usual ones served. It was good and crispy. And they also served the shrimp head. Usually we don't eat the head, but hubby said it had some nice meat inside the head so he ate it. We also ordered a Spider cheese maki which was the last to arrive at the scene... Which was kind of weird bec that should have arrived first. Kudos to the staff handling the green tea as they were quite attentive in adding refill to hubby's tea cup. Overall it was an okay experience. Their sushi and sashimi train seem to be of better quality than Sakae Sushi. The pricing is also higher.
Overall we paid rm 113.30 which was okay for good japanese food. Though if given a choice and we were driving around hunting for a Japanese restaurant, I think I would opt for Sugimoto or Rakuzen in sri Hartamas.
Lime juice rm 5.90
Beef Sukiyaki rm 18.90
Spider cheese maki rm 22.90
Giant Ebi Tempura rm 39.90
Gold plate rm 8.00
Green tea rm 2.00
Towel rm 1.00
Total bill for 2 person rm 113.30 after service charge and govt tax


  1. Have you tried the Sushi Zanmai outlets? Love them! :)

  2. Yes I love the Sushi Zanmai outlets!!! The downside is there is always a line outside (i dont understand why). Sometimes the service also sucks (like in The Gardens)... though I agree quality for that price is considered good. I tried the Sushi Zanmai in 1 Utama and also the one at top floor The Gardens


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