#1 Complimentary appetizer (Cucumber, carrot and onion slices mixed with tuna and mayo- like a Mayo Itame)
#2 Sashimi Moriawase
Clockwise from right: Maguro (Tuna), Kanpachi (Greater Amberjack), Abura Bouzu (Escolar, often confused with Shiro Maguro, White Tuna), Sake/ Shake (Salmon), Hotate Gai (Scallops- these were the freshest I've had with a sweet, crunchy texture)
#3 Kurage-su (Vinegared jellyfish)
#4 Chirashizushi (Lit: Scattered sushi)
#5 "Malaysia" Roll (Mango and Unagi)
This roll was a bit of a disappointment. The flavors were an interesting mix but the quality of the rice was average (rice fell apart a little) and for about RM15, you could get better maki from say, Sushi Zanmai. This roll just didn't have much to offer.
#6 3 Kinds of "Mini" Chawanmushi
Each has a different topping. From right: Tobiko (Flying fish roe), Caviar (A common kind), Uni (Sea urchin). Worth trying once. Chawanmushi had little or no filling.
#7 Sake no Atama Yaki (Grilled salmon head)
#8 Done with my Sashimi :)
Ate the green seaweed deco by accident :X
#9 Wasabi ice-cream (Not pungent but with a nice aftertaste)
#10 Fat Daikon (Japanese radish) :P
Ate there a second time and the Gyoza was terrible. Way too salty. They even got the dipping sauce ratio of vinegar:shoyu wrong. This place is worth a try if you want really good Sashimi and a variety of homemade Japanese ice-creams.