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6A, Faber Plaza, Jalan Desa Jaya, Taman Desa
Kuala Lumpur 58100

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06:00pm - 11:00pm

06:00pm - 11:00pm

06:00pm - 11:00pm

06:00pm - 11:00pm

06:00pm - 11:00pm


06:00pm - 11:00pm

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For after-work dinner and drinks with the gang, look to this Japanese izakaya in Taman Desa for yakitori and rice bowls. Ps. Look out for a white signboard with kanji (Japanese characters) on it. Burppler Carmen Chan enjoyed pairing skewers with the Minced Meat Egg Rice (RM15) that's a guaranteed tummy-filler. Egg lovers, get the Egg Rice (RM7), which sees a simple yet spectacular combo of raw egg, seaweed and bonito flakes on warm, slightly sticky Jap rice. Take Burppler's R D's advice and add a dash of soy for more flavour! Wash it all down with a cup of the house drink, Maruhi Sour (RM16).
Photo by Burppler R D

One of my favourite spots for yakitori and rice bowls. Super laidback, affordable and everything is always cooked well. Must have the chicken skin, tomatoes and egg rice bowl!

Nicely deep fried and flavourful 👌🏻 Squeeze some lime on it to give your tastebuds a little kick!

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Raw egg, seaweed and bonito flakes on warm, slightly sticky Jap rice. I made the grave mistake of not adding a dash of soy, and so it was a bit gooier than I prefer. So order, and don’t forget that soy!


Although it was a bit difficult to spot, it was worth the adventure! I tried their pork belly and shoulder, chicken thigh and enoki skewers (average RM5 per skewer). All tender and grilled to perfection! They’re more on the savoury side though. But if you prefer sweet marinated yakitoris like me, you’ll still enjoy this for sure!

If you need something more filling, the egg and minced meat rice bowl (RM15) is pretty yummy and served as a good vehicle for the meat.


It’s hard to say which is done best here because they’re all so good! Get the Pork Belly for juicy pieces of meat, while the Chicken Tail has a nice crunch.