Saturday, April 11, 2015


Hey foodies! Imagine this, your hot bowl of curry mee being served. Do you pick up your chopstick or your phone/camera first? Hahaha.... It's a norm to take pictures of foods first before you indulge that even the elderly are doing it too! 

Earlier in the month, I'm invited to Kampachi for their new menu food tasting session with Opensnap. If you have not heard of, Opensnap has actually been a photo dining guide, which also the fastest way to find a restaurant. OpenSnap is designed by a hungry team, utilizing the full OpenRice content from one million restaurants across Asia. From taking picture, editing and sharing all under one app. Find foods and restaurants around you with food photos.

Opensnap available on IOS & Android as well.

Follow me, for more drooling picture of foods.

Open the app, snap and share!

The award-winning Kampachi has been acknowledged to be Kuala Lumpur’s leading Japanese restaurant for 40 years. They have the finest air-flown sashimi from the famed Tsukiji market in Tokyo. Their Ginza-trained master chefs are also very passionate about each plate they serve to ensure guests get a taste of an absolutely authentic dining experience. Since their initial restaurant opening at Hotel Equatorial Kuala Lumpur, the Kampachi has added 4 other stand alone restaurants located at The Troika, Pavilion, Johor Premium Outlets and Plaza33. 

Kampachi salad 
Enoki mushroom with crispy salmon skin, lotus roots chips, deep-fried white bait served with homemade dressing.

Kanpachi Carpaccio 
Thinly Sliced Amberjack with Mizuna, Carpaccio Dressing & Crispy Garlic Crisp.

Soft Kani Maki 
Deep-fried soft shell crab hand roll.

Unagi Shiso Tempura 
Deep-fried eel wrapped with Perilla leaf tempura.

Tori Nanban
Deep-fried chicken cutlet marinated with soy vinegar served with cabbage salad, home-made Japanese style tartar sauce.

Sakura Ebi & Toror 
Cherry shrimp tempura.

Ninniku Meshi 
Garlic fried rice.

Sakura Ebi Kakiage & Kaisen Tororo
Cherry shrimp tempura & noodles with Japanese mountain yam, assorted cube-cut raw fish and egg.

Smiley Green 
Finest Uji maccha, superior Karigane tea, Genmai tea & noble Hokkaido kelp for a calming and relaxing effect.

Japanese chef preparing the fresh sashimi.
Cosy and spacious ambiance.

Caption : Will you dance with me? Hehehe....
We had fun snapping and sharing foods picture on Opensnap while enjoying the good foods.

Kampachi Pavilion 
Lot 6.09.00, Level 6, 
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, 
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 
55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 
Daily Lunch/Dinner 
Monday - Thursday 11.30 am - 9.30 pm Friday 11.30 am - 10.00 pm 
Saturday 11.00 am - 10.00 pm 
Sunday 11.00 am - 9.30 pm


  1. yummy ...have to check this place out when i visit Malaysia.Thks for sharing

  2. Looks like you had a really fun time...some of those dishes look amazing!

  3. This is the first time I heard about Opensnap... It sounds like a great app for foodies like me... And the food at Kampachi looks so yummy!

  4. I'm a sucker for Japanese food, sashimi being my favorite of all time. I would love to eat kanpachi sashimi one day! Hope this restaurant chain opens in Manila haha. Thanks!

  5. The place is so cozy and oh, the foods look so yum yum :) Totes love Japanese foods <3
    No doubt, you guys had fun! Another fun experience I bet. Now I know where to pig out when I go to Malaysia hi-hi

    Thanks for sharing!

  6. wow, looks so yummy! especially the sakura ebi. i might be planning a KL trip soon!

  7. Soft kani maki.......a new and wonderful dish name to me.. All are looking tempting..yum yum.......enjoy..........

  8. Food looks so yummy, may be next time start posting the recipes too.

  9. Oh, so that means instead of sharing on facebook, Open snap shares photos according to a persons account plus the shop they went to? That's pretty cool!

  10. This app is really helpful and can really make selecting food a lot easier. You can also immediately compare alternatives.

  11. A cool app that will help foodies to find and look for a place in an easier way. I only have one foodie app and that is ZOMATO. And this one app will be added to my list of apps. Thanks.

  12. I am not into Japanese foods but this app is really helpful for those who loves foodies but can't afford one.. ha,ha,ha..

  13. This makes me want to try the Cherry shrimp tempura. It look so tempting and I love sea foods.

  14. seems like you have a very good meal there. haha I love something which is like kimbab in Korea btw. I never takes ppictures of my food, it's just not my style. haha what about you?

  15. Taking photos of food before eating them is a social media phenomenon. Interesting there is an app like Open Snap- like a FB for food porn. LOL!

  16. Such apps are really cool and helpful for foodies. Thanks for sharing Elena!

  17. The food here is unbelievable! I could spend all day in this mall.

  18. The food here is unbelievable! I could spend all day in this mall.

  19. Love japanese food and wish I was there with you ladies! I've never heard of Open Snap but I can see its potential because eveyone takes pics of their food.

  20. Having never been to Asia before I love seeing all the different food and it just makes me want to visit more.

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