52 Jalan SS 21/35, Damansara Utama
Petaling Jaya 47400

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04:00pm - 02:00am

04:00pm - 02:00am

04:00pm - 02:00am

04:00pm - 02:00am

04:00pm - 02:00am

04:00pm - 02:00am


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Whisky highballs, tasty Japanese-Malaysian bar snacks and live music — the makings for a fun night out with your buds. Swing by in time for their happy hour promo (from 4 to 9pm) – buy any two Highballs (from RM17) and get the third one free. Or bring the gang with you and split 10 Miyagi Highballs for only RM140. Pair those refreshing drinks with good food like the crunchy Chicken Karaage (RM9), addictive Fries With Egg (RM13) and the Malaysian Curry Katsu Don (RM10). Ps. Ladies, swing by on Wednesdays to receive a platter of drinks for free!
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Unwind with your best buds after work at this trendy bar in Damansara Uptown. The team refers to this place as Japanese mamak, and you can look forward to Japanese salads, donburi and ramen with a local twist. Get the ball rollin' with a refreshing Miyagi Highball (RM17). Alternatively, the cocktail highballs like the sweet-sour Boufu Yuzu (RM20) is just as good and dangerously easy to sip on. Don't drink on an empty stomach! Fill up on the Fries With Egg (RM13), a seriously addictive snack of crispy fries dressed in spicy mayo, furikake and bonito flakes. To share with the gang, order some yakitori – the succulent Tandoori Chicken Thigh (RM7) and juicy Pork Belly (RM6) are must-tries.

Rice in savoury green tea broth – perfect to have on a rainy day, especially with a drink on the side. Only wish this had actual pork bits.

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Man these fries are addictive! I don’t know what’s in it but I’m guessing a spicy mayo, furikake, bonito flakes and more, resulting in a damn good bar snack. Must try!

It is what it is – tsukemen but served with spicy and creamy laksa broth. I liked it, but I think it would have worked just as regular laksa as well – no need to dip dip.

One thing I gotta say about the food here, it’s dirt cheap. I was expecting deep fried spam fingers but not hating on this rendition either. Spam is breaded and fried and topped with a savoury gravy and lettuce. Good snack to have with your drinks.