Dinner @ Sukiya, USJ Taipan

Yesterday, I saw VKeong of Malaysia Food & Travel posted a photo with a caption “Sukiya has landed in Malaysia.. this fast food concept restaurant serves pretty good Gyudon”. It grabbed my attention when I read the location is at USJ, Taipan. Coincidentally, Alex and I planned to have dinner at USJ but have not decided what to eat. I guess the photo appears at the right time. Therefore we were there for our dinner last night.

Sukiya is Japan’s Number 1 Restaurant Chain Stores. And now its available in Malaysia! Furthermore Sukiya is a Fast Food concept restaurant. I can’t deny that I am a newbie in Japanese fast food! Hehe…..

Sukiya, the 1st branch opened in USJ. Located next to True Fitness is easily sighted because of the bright lighting and facing the main road.

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I would say its a very spacious and cosy fast food restaurant.

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Japanese plastic food samples were displayed here as you enter the premises.

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The 1 page menu is simple and easy to read.

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Fast food means everything is self service lar, right?

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Want extra flavors? Add sauce lar… on desk; light soya sauce, pickled ginger, ketchup, blended green chili, mayonnaise, Kewpie’s roasted sesame Japanese dressing.

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Alex ordered Gyudon (Medium) – RM9.90. Gyūdon, literally beef bowl, is a Japanese dish consisting of a bowl of rice topped with beef and onion simmered in a mildly sweet sauce flavored with dashi (fish and seaweed stock), soy sauce and mirin (sweet rice wine).

The beef slices are so thin and it tasted not bad.

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While I chose Teriyaki Chicken Rice (Medium) - RM7.90

The teriyaki chicken meat portion is quite big. At least the ratio between rice is quite proportion also lar.. I added some blended green chili and I like it! Ima chili person ma…*hot and spicy*! :-D

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Add RM3 for pickled vegetables and a bowl of miso soup.

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Or add RM3 for pickled vegetables and a cup of drink. I chose Iced Lemon Tea. I also added some Kewpie’s roasted sesame Japanese dressing to my pickled vege….which I think it matches well too! ;-)

Verdict : Something new to me. Not bad and worth trying. Gonna return to try maybe the curry rice? ^^

Sukiya
NO. 6 & 7, JALAN USJ 10/1H,
47620 UEP SUBANG JAYA,
SELANGOR DARUL EHSAN.
 
Phone: 03-8081-3465
Business Hour : 7:00 am - 11:00 pm

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25 responses

  1. Too bad we were quite full and couldn’t try more soba dishes =( There was a lot of variety in the menu unlike the limited options we have in KL which are either hot soba in shoyu broth or cold soba with shoyu dipping sauce =.= Prices are a bit steep and the soba actually tasted rather ordinary but it’s a good idea to visit this restaurant and try out the different offerings available.

  2. Hopping over from STP’s blog. Whoa my favorite Teriyaki Chicken Rice. Love to eat food where I can mixed them all up with the rice just like the Korean hot bowl rice too. So its at Taipan shall remember that. tQ

  3. Was driving past this branch today. Looks like a good try. Think they have one in Kiara too…so would probably head to Kiara since its nearer to home.

  4. the food here sucks because it is not authentic Japanese – if you try their curry, you will know what I mean and the place is not hygienic with dirty cutlery

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