‘Koyaki’ literally means ‘little house’ in Japanese, hence the reflection of its multi-faceted interior that largely revolves around roof-shaped embellishments, capturing the essence of the Japan culture. Those assorted cardboard boxes of various sizes, majestically staggering behind are actually all brought it from The Land of the Rising Sun itself by the owner of Koyaki who has a soft spot for aesthetics. Not only that, you would also stumble gleefully upon seeing the huge life-size Astro Boy!
Koyaku Japanese Dining is dimly lit and the interior decor is very unique and interesting! A life size Ganbare Robocon stands right in the middle of the restaurant and various size of Astro Boy figurines can be seen throughout the whole restaurant. Small Japanese dolls and Japanese decors can be seen everywhere in the restaurant.
They also offered Omakase dining (starting from RM150) where the chef will be deciding and serving you the sushi and sashimi that he chose and made. It is different from ala carte where you order the meal that you like. Omakase dining would be a great experience for people that love sashimi as the chef will serve the freshest and finest selection of sashimi available in the restaurant!
This restaurant is so fantastic that it not only serves the authentic Japanese food but also the overall interior decorations are very unique and patriotic.
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Koyaku Japanese Dining & Grill
G9, Jalan Desa Bahagia, Taman Desa, 58100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
TEL: 03-7984 4688
BUSINESS HOUR: 1200-2230