You know what, since the two other augustdiners writers are impossibly lazy and refuse to move their ass (or fingers) to update, looks like its down to me me and only me now.
And being on a restricted diet, i'm not much of a help either.
Cross fingers that i get this over with real soon because the end of this torture will mean a new start on foodyland... in TOKYO... woohoo! (stay tuned for foodilicious updates!)
I can't bring myself to like YOKO's in Changkat. It's possibly one of the poorer japanese cuisine i have tried till date. Having to often wander up and down the street of Changkat Bukit Bintang, this restaurant has always pricked my curiosity but i was skeptical because it always looked so empty.
So it was by chance that me and Abby jointly decided to give it a shot. As usual, the place was relatively quiet with a few tables occupied throughout the night. The interior was kept to its bare minimal and it paled in comparison with the rest of its neighbouring restaurants.
The menu was somewhat too extensive, no doubt lots of thoughts has been put into designing the dishes as some dishes sounds creative and definitely is not the usual japanese cuisine you can find at most places.
We were also given the specials menu which was handwritten and was also many sheets thick.
Price is reasonable ranging from RM15 to RM30 average per dish.
Salmon Sashimi (RM30+) came in thick generous cuts of 6 pieces. It tasted fresh enough however, a bit warm to my liking.