Friday, January 30, 2009

Mini Update : Mizu @ Bangsar Village

This is such a super mini update (no photos too - sorry) but I am completely in love with the appetizer that came with my Tempura Set (RM 68++) last night.

The Tempura Set itself was ok (not bad lah - crispy batter, 3 well sized prawns (which is unusually generous) and a good variety of vegs) but the appetizer blew me away - a rich, melt in your mouth, succulent slab of foie gras matched with the delicate flavour of the stewed white radish. PERFECTION. :) :)
(I think it's just about as good as it's equivalent at Zipangu)

I realise there are certain ethical issues regarding foie gras.... but it just tastes so good!! :(

Restaurant Review
Summary Sheet:

Mizu Japanese Fine Dining @ Bangsar Village

Taste: 7
Ambience : 6
Service : 5
Price** : RM 70/++ per person
Parking: OK but Quite Pricey (It's Bangsar after all)

** Approximation - 1 hearty bento/ set meal, excluding drinks
Telephone No.: 603 - 2283 6988
Opening Hours: 11am - late


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  1. ethical issues? then there's that artery clogging and fattening issue too :P

    Say NO to torturing animals for food!

    (that's as far as my public service announcements go, for this year.)


  2. to J:
    It has no impact to my arteries / body fat content at all because I can only afford to have a small slice of it every few years. :P

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  4. that's because the mizu chef/owner used to work at zipangu and he was the one who invented zipangu's signature foie gras + daikon dish.

  5. to Eunice:
    Looks interesting... I'll try it soon. Thanks. :)

    to anonymous:
    Ah ha - now it all makes perfect sense! :) :)
    (Thanks for that juicy bit of info - had no idea.....)


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