Founded in the year of 1994 in Shimabara town, Japan. The name of the Japanese restaurant “Kinjuku” came from a Japanese word and it was named in conjunction to one of its well-respected chef with 30 years of experience in the world of Japanese cuisine. Imported traditional Japanese deco items are used which adds a nice Japanese touch to the interior design of the dining area. Their ongoing promotion for Japanese buffet has 170 over dishes, do not miss this!
Eating time is limited to two hours only per table. I would suggest you to order more dishes earlier in order to get your money’s worth due to the time constraints.
Fresh Sashimi The most value-for-money dish that you should never miss. Choices include salmon, red tuna, white tuna, saba, and octopus.
Fresh oysters with lemon wedge. Slurp!
The sushi heaven that you’ve always dreamt about. Trust me, you’d be spoilt for choice as they serve so many different kinds of sushi, from traditional ones to unique ones.
Grilled saba fish, mackerel, salmon, and shishamo.
Chicken Curry Katsu
Hot Udon Soup
Buta Mayo RamenVarious rice and noodle dishes such as ramen and soba. I personally liked the Buta Mayo Ramen a lot due to fact that it’s unique. Pork slices cooked with mayonnaise topped the springy noodles. Yum!
Sashimi salad and appetisers such as marinated jellyfish and baby octopus.
Assorted cakes, baked cheese tart and fresh cut fruits.
No other better way than to end your meal with a sweet treat of ice creams from Haagen Dazs and New Zealand Naturals.
Non-member: Weekdays / Weekends Lunch – RM77++
Weekdays / Weekends Dinner – RM77++
Member:Weekdays Lunch – RM49++Weekdays Dinner – RM58++
Weekends Lunch – RM 58++ Weekends Dinner – RM 65++
Note: With an additional charge of RM20, you get to enjoy free flow of beer!
D-05-G, Block D, Setia Walk, Persiaran Wawasan, Pusat Bandar Puchong, 47160, Puchong 03-9081 4868Mon-Fri 12pm-3pm // 5pm-11pmSat-Sun 12pm-11pm