19, Jalan SS 15/4
Subang Jaya 47500

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
06:30pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
06:30pm - 12:00am

Thursday:
06:30pm - 12:00am

Friday:
06:30pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
06:30pm - 12:00am

Sunday:
06:30pm - 12:00am

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Ask any foodie where to find some of the best yakitori in KL, and they’ll point you towards this smoky joint in SS15. If you’ve made a reservation (which you should), you’re going to want to take a seat at the counter to watch the chef fire up skewers on the grill. Go for the classics like the Momo (chicken thigh, RM4), Negima (chicken thigh and scallion, RM5) and the Ninniku Torikawa (garlic and chicken skin, RM7). On sides, the Shimeiji Mushroom and Butter (RM12) boasts a symphony of flavours from the rich, buttery sauce and the sweet mushrooms. Cap off the meal with some sake (from RM50) to share.
Photo by Burppler Amayzing .

At SS15's stalwart Sumi-Ka, yummy skewers are what keep regulars streaming in all night long. This means that they sometimes run out fast, so come early for the prime parts. The bustling bar is an ideal place to wind down with a friend, but you can also snag one of the larger tables to sup with a group of colleagues after work. On skewers, the Gyuniku (beef, RM12) is fantastic. Grilled with just a touch of salt, the juicy beef is left to deliver meaty flavours. We can also vouch for the Bonjiri (bishop's nose, RM4) — chicken's rump done well enough to delight even less adventurous diners. Chase down these greasy skewers with a couple shots of Sake (from RM54 per 300ml). While some might want continue on their skewer streak, those who have a sweet tooth should cap supper off with the Sumi-Ka Pudding (RM6), a creamy egg custard pudding with a bittersweet caramelised top.
Avg price per person: RM40
Photo by Burppler Esther Chai

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At SS15's stalwart Sumi-Ka, yummy skewers are what keep regulars streaming in all night long. This means that they sometimes run out fast, so come early for the prime parts. The bustling bar is an ideal place to wind down with a friend, but you can also snag one of the larger tables to sup with a group of colleagues after work. On skewers, the Gyuniku (beef, RM12) is fantastic. Grilled with just a touch of salt, the juicy beef is left to deliver meaty flavours. We can also vouch for the Bonjiri (bishop's nose, RM4) — chicken's rump done well enough to delight even less adventurous diners. Chase down these greasy skewers with a couple shots of Sake (from RM54 per 300ml). While some might want continue on their skewer streak, those who have a sweet tooth should cap supper off with the Sumi-Ka Pudding (RM6), a creamy egg custard pudding with a bittersweet caramelised top.
Avg price per person: RM40
Photo by Burppler Esther Setelyn

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A snug space that fills up nightly, this longtime yakitori bar is a surefire win when it comes to having a smokin' good supper with sake. Head here with a friend after an early dinner for a casual chat over great grills. Amidst sizzling sounds, the bar can be quite noisy so opt for a regular table if you're not planning to watch the chef work on the grill. The menu doesn't stray far from the classic yakitori selections, but we noted an exciting Gyutan (beef tongue, RM8) in the mix. If you have yet to venture into the wilder side of yakitori, this is a good place to start. Also done well here are less common parts like Bonjiri (bishop's nose, RM4) — fatty, flavoursome and perfect with a drink — and crunchy Nankotsu (soft bones, RM5). There is also comforting Satsumabata (baked sweet potato in butter, RM10), which Burppler Esther Chai commends for its superb seasoning. Supper cannot go on without a bowl of Edamame (RM8), the snack to go alongside some Sake (from RM54) to share.
Avg price per person: RM40
Photo by Burppler Ching Yean

Situated above a laundromat along Jalan SS15/4, this yakitori bar is famed for its charcoal grilled delicacies. If you're up for a little smoke in your eyes, take the bar seat for a first class view of your skewers. Yakitori choices (from RM3 per stick) include more adventurous cuts like chicken gizzards, but we suggest you go easy on the exotic picks and go for classics like the Gyuniku (RM12), grilled beef ribs, and Kawa (RM3), smooth, salted chicken skin. Get your intake of vegetables with the complimentary sides of potato and cabbage salads, and end your meal with the Sumi-Ka Pudding (RM6), which features a bittersweet caramelised top. Reservations are necessary.
Avg Price: RM60

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This item catch my first attention when browsing thru the vegetable section of menu.

Shimeji Mushroom, butter, salt and nori wrapped in aluminium foil and grilled over charcoal fired.

The sweetness from the mushroom, the aroma from the butter. Simple ingredient making big flavor.

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