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Tuesday, August 29, 2017

HALAL Japanese Buffet Dinner @ G Hotel Kelawai

Invited Food Review
Thanks to GHotel Kelawai for the invitation

Dedicated to Japanese cuisine lovers, you can now enjoy value and quality treats at G Hotel, Kelawai's Japanese Buffet Dinner on Friday and Saturday from 6.30pm till 10.30pm.
The vast selection of food is skillfully prepared by the team headed by Chef Ong Ban Khoon who has more than 25 years experience.  Good news to all our Muslim friends, all dishes prepared are without MSG or alcohol.

To start off, warm your tummy with a hearty bowl of Sake No To-nyu Jiru (Creamy Salmon Miso Soup) or Miso Shiru before devouring more from the selections.
As Sushi and Sashimi are staples of Japanese cuisine, the fresh and well-stocked assortment is available for diners.
Remember the correct way to enjoy your sushi (especially raw ones) or sashimi
1. Dab a little Wasabi + soy sauce on the sashimi, 
2. Eat from the most delicately flavored fish (Salmon) and gradually proceed to stronger flavors or fattier fish such as Tuna
3. Have a slice of pickled ginger to wash your palate & to enhance the flavors of every single sushi.
Tip* Wasabi is effective in suppressing microbes and bacteria that can cause food poisoning.
Itadako, Soft Boiled Eggs and Tofu served in tapas style to allow diners to feel like they are having fine dining. 

Cold cuts and refreshing seafood (scallops, prawns, mussels) are hard for a seafood lover like me to resist.  
For those who loves seafood as well as creamy dishes, drum rolls to the favorite dish of mine, Cheesy Baked Oysters is a must try!
Other highlights available are their Dofu Dengaku which is Tofu cooked using miso sauce topped with Bonito Flakes, I could totally have only this with plain steamed rice!  
Chawanmushi and Salmon Teriyaki are also available alongside.  
For chicken lovers, their Tori Misoyaki (grilled chicken with miso paste) is very well marinated.
Gyoza (Pan-fried dumpling), Oden (Japanese Fish Cake Stew), Stir-Fried Vegetables with Reckon Chips 
For their sweet Japanese Curry Beef and Potato is a good compliment to the Ninniku Yaki Meshi (Japanese Garlic Fried Rice).  Unlike Authentic Indian Curry, the flavors of the Japanese one is less spicy and thicker in texture.

For those who love crispy deep-fried food, Tempura is part of their buffet spread!

Remember when I was a kid, Teppanyaki is my favorite thing to order, typically because I love watching the tricks by the professional chefs who do fork & spatula flipping.  The Action Station somehow reminds me of my childhood, diners can pick their own ingredients (Sliced Beef, Shrimps, Lamb etc.) and enjoy the chef's live show time!

Stressed over work?  The best cure is to indulge in desserts!
Hokkaido Cupcakes with cream are very fluffy and airy.


Chocolate Fountain with condiments is available too!


Zenzai Zai (Sweet Red Bean Soup with Black Sesame Filled Tang Yuan) and Matcha Pastries are worth to expand your tummy space.


We were also given the opportunity to try their signature cocktails
from left:   Pomegranate Mojito, Lychee, and Chilli Lada
Do take note that this is not inclusive in the buffet dinner packages but guest can opt to order them separately.  I highly recommend you to try their sweet and minty Pomegranate Mojito
Pricing Details
Japanese Buffet Dinner - RM105 per person 
Friday and Saturday.  
Children 6 to 12 years old and senior citizens 60 years old and above get to enjoy extra special price at RM78 only.
Location

Spoon Cafe, Level 2
G Hotel Kelawai
2, Persiaran Maktab, 10250 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia


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