Sunday, May 15, 2011

福春 Fukuharu, Terrace at Hock Choon

I have been contemplating for a while whether I should blog about this quaint Japanese restaurant. I have a particularly strong feeling for this place and it might come off as biased to others who don't know me. I don't like Japanese food. In fact, if given a choice of KFC and Japanese food (healthier choice), I'll go for KFC. Just coz I don't like Japanese food. I'll think of all kinds of excuses to avoid Japanese food I dunno why. Perhaps coz I don't like raw food ? Or the warm greetings? I'm a bit eccentric in that sense.

Believe it or not, Fukuharu changed me. First off, I am super attracted with the facade of the restaurant. The strategically placed plants and pool. It feels like being in a different place at a different time. It does not belong to the busy roads of KL. I thought to myself, wouldn't it be nice if I have a home like this? I would love to just stay at home everyday, curl up on the bed with a book and relaxing music in the background.

As mentioned in my previous post, my camera's dead. I have to rely on my phone to take pics. The following pics are not flattering and might not do the food any justice. But trust me the food is fucking good. Price is a bit steep, but who ask you to go everyday right, doink...

Everytime I patronise Fukuharu it's night time, I don't really get to enjoy the interior during the day. Therefore, forgive me for the poor photo quality.

According to our server, it's fish cake coated with fish roe and mayo

Mentai Sushi (RM18) my favourite. Highly recommended. If you don't, you'll regret it. It is especially nice made from the hand of Justin.

Eringgi Yaki  - favourite starter. To be honest, girls love all kinds of mushroom. This is definitely a winner.

Salmon Sashimi - someone taught us how to eat this. I am terrible with name. You have to eat with the leaf in order to open up your palatte and enjoy the freshness of the salmon. The feeling is like Remy from Ratatouille (the animation) when he had the cheese with strawberry, explosion in the mouth. It was pure mouth orgasm.

This is Duck Soba. I can't remember the name in Japanese. But this is definitely fusion. Smoked duck taste like bacon (my fave) with cold soba, loads of sesame and lady finger.

My new love. It's Ahi Katsu if I'm not mistaken. Highly recommended by Miss FN. I'm glad that we ordered this. Another mouth orgasm. I am sexcited just thinking about eating it again. When I don't know but soon I hope. The outer layer is breaded with crumbs and fried while the inside is raw. I love TUNA~

Ebi Tempura

I can't remember what this dish is called. And I specifacally ask to not mix the wasabi in with the rest coz I can't take the taste of wasabi. Kena from Justin, why we did not mix the wasabi in. Well, I don't like wasabi!

Chawanmushi - I don't quite like it here. Not hot enough. I like it scalding hot.


Ika something. Love it! Love it ! Love it! Enuf said. Ms JL's favorite too~

We actually ordered more than this. But the rest of the photos are kinda fucked up. I will make sure that my hand are not shaking the next time I makan there. 

There's only so much I can say. The food and ambience's great. Great place for romance, chit chat or just pure eating. In my case, it's me converting to the dark side. 

Sesame Ice cream...

Macha Ice Cream

End the night with a nice cuppa cappuccino.




2 comments:

  1. i dun really drink... only sometimes at home when i feel like it...

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