December 25, 2012

KissA Koyotei Cafe at last!

It's Christmas today but still our company didn't shut down like others, glad that we were working and had a little present exchange session during our working period. I hope all of us did enjoy and perhaps we can make another round next year! I'm back here for a short post regarding to a random night out with Ah Yeep, at first we planned to pay a visit at 2012 Apocalypse art gallery (his cousin is one of the artist!), but the warehouse is closed at night. Ended up we only had chance to dine together and we simply picked a place.
Here is it, KissA Koyotei Cafe which located at Hutton Lane, opened for years but I never step inside to dine; I used to have plenty of ideas where to dine but that night all the ideas just disappear and this restaurant blink inside my mind.
The restaurant is famous with their waitress who wear the ladies servant costume, sorry for the blurry photo, they were too busy serving diners so I couldn't really get their close photo. Me and Ah Yeep did talking and eating more, that's why photos are not much to show over here, one thing we can conclude is there are a lot of Japanese coming in the restaurant to dine!
Hot green tea is a must whenever I visit Japanese restaurant, never did I tried cold green tea before (I mean in Japanese restaurant lah); they are so kind to provide us a small portion of refreshment before they served the main course, a combination of mushroom, potato and carrot cubes, it would be better if they are heat up, but after-all Japanese restaurant serve food in cold, mostly I mean, so don't expect that much for this.
Salmon Teriyaki Set . RM25
For this set meal, you can choose either Shioyaki (a type of grilled salted style) or Teriyaki, I fancy Teriyaki style more, that's why I suggested Ah Yeep to take this, luckily he kind of like this.Like typical Japanese set meal, this included chawanmushi, appetizing small dish, miso soup, pickles, fruits and the most important, the white rice! The grilled salmon is quite crispy and certainly is up to standard.
Kitsune Udon . RM15
Nope, I didn't go for rice this round, change it to udon as I craved it for weeks, so not me right? I actually hold myself quite hard not to order food with rice that night, laugh! It's not hard to make Kitsune Udon, that's why whenever you go, the taste will be the same as well, but I'm not really like this fried bean curd, it's not that sweet like I thought, I expected more in fact. After-all, I still feel that my mama's homemade udon soup is best of the all, no MSG added in. Yum yum!
Yaki Gyoza . RM12
No idea why I always feel to order this, feel to eat something else instead of only our main course, couldn't stop myself throwing food inside my mouth nowadays LOL. This Gyoza is not bad (like I'm seldom critic food) but a little bit too salty with the soy sauce.

KissA Koyotei Cafe
Location:  No 148, Ground Floor, Jalan Hutton, 10050 Georgetown, Penang.
Business Hours: 11.30am - 2.15pm and 6pm - 10.15pm; Closed on Monday
Contact Number: 604-2266272

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