"As its name depicts, Yakshiki Bar prides itself with its marvelous delicious spread of Kushiyaki or more commonly known as Yakitori, that are grilled to perfection over Binchōtan charcoal, if the traditional method is being practised. There are many grilled skewered selection for you to choose from.
As for mine, Lamb with Bacon and Bacon with Unagi makes the perfect snack for me, albeit the late hour:P .Those several bite-sized pieces of meat are nicely skewered on a bamboo skewer and grilled under hot glaring charcoal till they are just-done. After trying both world, I felt that the former choice taste much better! Haha… Somehow the lamb flavor blends in quite well with the wrapped smoky stripy bacons surprisingly. As for the seafood fare of unagi, the meat is akin to melt-in-the-mouth texture with the dripping of bacon’s juices, hehe.. It does sound sinful, keke…So, if you would prefer something chewy of texture, then would suggest you to go for Lamb with Unagi, as they are being done quite well :D
That’s the typical poultry dish I would order in any Japanese restaurant would be Katsu Don, hehe. Reason being is that my choice is not that vast for am limiting to beef-free and non-raw food only :D Well, it turned out quite delicious, minus out the occasional fatty layers :P
This meal comes in a set of deep fried breaded pork with vegetable and egg on rice, some pickles, soup and some fruits as dessert. The meat was juicy but the skin no longer crispy as it’s been laid upon a bead of egg, beaten and cooked with assorted greens like capsicum, carrot, mushrooms and some onions. Some sweet sauces was also drenched on it besides some mild soyu.
Katsu Curry Rice
Another dish worth trying is the Katsu Curry Rice. This ala carte is dished out with gorgeous piece of deep fried pork cutlet with Japanese curry. One of the significant item that I could notice in Japanese curry as compare to ours locally is, they are more into the spices aroma rather the hot spiciness of the chillies itself. The curry gravy is really smooth and fragrantly eaten with softened potatoes cubes and carrots that are also cooked in it earlier on. When the toothsome gravy is added on the crispy pork fillet, it offers diners a different kind of taste bud sensation, which are equally good when added with some mayonnaise! (That’s my two cents, btw! :P )"
Total spend: RM25.00 per person