Wednesday, October 17, 2018
PNP Japanese Cuisine Artistry @ Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel
Sashimi... sushi.... ohh...We just can't get enough of Japanese food! Recently, we had the opportunity to savour the finest authentic Japanese cuisine along with a magnificent live Shamisen and Geisha performances at the brand new Japanese restaurant, People and People Japanese Cuisine Artistry (PNP) located at the Ground Floor, Sheraton Imperial Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. Immerse yourself in wonderful dining experience with the best fresh sushi-grade fish flown from Japan and live performances, the first of its kind.
PNP introduces a special omakase featuring only the freshest ingredients of the day, which comprises of toro glazed with premium soy sauce, pumpkin cream cheese, white radish topped with red miso, creamy scallop, radish wrapped salmon and Japanese ginger flower. We were totally blown away by the heavenly combination of flavour.
Fresh and succulent, the thick slices of sashimi was absolutely delish and extremely tender, literally melts in your mouth. Seriously good stuff!
The sushi-grade fish air-flown twice weekly from Japan.
Perfectly silky, the smooth steamed egg custard topped with an abundance of sweet and succulent crab meat is as tasty as it looks.
The special hand-made sushi topped with assorted toppings such as tuna toro, salmon, unagi, hamachi, just to name a few, was extraordinary, superb fresh and delicious.
The torched salmon roll filled with avocado and crabstick was heavenly, a delightful burst of flavour and taste at every bite.
Mildly spicy, the seafood udon generously laden with fresh prawn, crabstick and salmon was hearty and packed with flavour.
Thick and springy, the perfectly cooked udon was irresistibly good. Yum....
Amazing and mind-blowing Japanese sword fighting dance.
For reservations, please call 03-7890 3168 or book online http://pnpcuisine.com/landing
PNP Japanese Cuisine Artistry
Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel,
Jalan Sultan Ismail, Chow Kit,
50250 Kuala Lumpur,
Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
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