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Sakana Japanese Dining
  • Authentic Japanese Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur
  • Closed
  • 4.1
    (173)
Sakana Japanese Dining
About
Sakana which traditionally means sake’s best companion is now greeting you as the latest lifestyle restaurant in town that redefines your Japanese dining. Embodying the philosophy of "Friendly", "Unique" and “Refined”, this cozy oasis is perfect for any friend gatherings as well as family occasions. Strategically located at the iconic Suria KLCC, Sakana is essentially the best place to be! 天然調味料を使い、体の源となる料理をお作りしています。木漏れ日のさす屋外席、ベビー、キッズシートはもちろんの事、バリアフリー設計。皆様のお越しを心よりお待ちしております。
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Closed
Monday10:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Tuesday10:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Wednesday10:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Thursday10:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Friday10:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Saturday10:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Sunday10:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Accessibility
Wheelchair accessible seating ·
Accessibility
Wheelchair accessible seating ·
Dining options
Breakfast · Lunch · Dinner · Dessert · Seating ·
Amenities
Good for kids · Restroom ·
Atmosphere
Casual · Cozy ·
Crowd
Family-friendly · Good for groups ·
Payments
Debit cards · MasterCard · VISA ·
Location
G11, Ground Floor, Suria KLCC, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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173 reviews
Julien Lau
8 months ago
Saw this recommended saying that the food it serves is very authentic so had to come visit and try. The food served is on point and really does bring back memories of my trip to Japan. Whilst the menu is limited and everything looks simple, the quality for every item served is top notch. Price is on the high side (not surprising since its in KLCC) but you do get what you pay for in this case. Will definitely visit again.
Eira Ismail
3 months ago
Pro : ●Portion/size was quite big (im not a big eater) ●Preparation was quick( not sure because it was weekday and after 2pm 😊) ●waitress was superb. As the table was a bit small and we ordered quite a few menu, she had removed the tray for the salmon set and the plates that we have cleared to make room. ● 2 dining area which is inside or outside of restaurant. Cons: ●table not that big but the plates used was so if you are planning to eat a lot probably best choose to dine inside. ●The price is on the high side. As expected as it is in KLCC and more to fine dining Overall : had a nice lunch and different than what I used to eat at the typical Japanese restaurant. Good service too
sakura group
4 months ago
Nice place for a quick meal. Choices are limited but quality is quite good. Prices are slightly above average. Service is friendly and efficient. Deco is simple and clean.
Mssham Worldwide
2 months ago
Amazing dining experience at Sakana, is my 1st time and I love most of the dishes. The environment and vibe is very comfortable. Will be back soon 😊
Apree Liau
3 months ago
Overall 3 stars for food and 4 stars for environment. The price consider expensive and not worth for it. The sashimi got fishbone. Please be careful when u consume any fish at here. Other sushi or dishes quite normal here. But the environment and vibes really chill and comfortable. You can enjoy peace and quiet moment inside restaurant.
Cyrus Lee
5 months ago
Decent dining with fresh food, tempura prawn overcooked. Salmon shio on a way saltier than average taste but i don’t mind because i like it that way. The only downside is the price tag vs portion factor. Probably will chase you away from dining here if you want a budget friendly restaurant. Two star missing because of the price and also the menu is different from what i see on the physical menu, a tad bit misleading. May come back only if i run out of choices to dine in kl.
Bernard Kung
2 months ago
Saw this restaurant on a Japanese YouTuber video who said its authentically Japanese. First of all do NOT expect the menu to be like your typical Japanese restaurants in Malaysia. Unfortunately for me the menu consists mostly of seafood and beef, not friendly for people with gout. There is not much rice on the menu except for the breakfast sets. Noodles are mostly soba, especially cold soba. No chicken is offered on the menu. With such limited choices, we ordered what seemed to be the most palatable for our family. The cold soba with tempura was alright. Vegetables were fresh and the sauce was light and flavourful. Japanese curry with cold soba was interesting. Dipping the cold noodles into the hot curry was a new experience. The saba rice set was nice and the fish was fresh. The sushi was exceptionally nice and light to eat, unlike the regular, more dense sushi. Unfortunately for my family the meals didn't really fit our definition of "tasty". In Malay we simply call it "tak kena dengan tekak". Maybe it suits the Japanese palate or those missing truly authentic Japanese food. The high price point of this restaurant also seems a tad excessive for us too. First and last time here.
Kit Teguh
9 months ago
I was surprised by the value for what seems to be a pretty atas Japanese place. I was happy with the food so the price is more than justified. The beef was well cooked with good sauce, the saba was on point. The service was adequate but could be improved.
M Y Woo
6 months ago
I had a nice lunch here. Food and flavours are good. For the set menu, you are allowed to request a free top-up of misu soup and onzen eggs. To finish off your meal, I would recommend you try their super smooth pudding with a bitter sweet caramel.
Lisa Chan
7 months ago
I like this place because it's usually not crowded, in a convenient location and they make a good matcha latte. Service is just ok. Food is pretty expensive though so be warned. But the set meals have a free refill policy for miso soup and the onsen egg.
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