Friday, 16 January 2015

A Dinner Treat At Miyagi Bangi

Those who have read my blog for years would kinda know that I love going to Miyagi Japanese Restaurant in Bangi, even before the restaurant was featured on TV3; in Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan hosted by Maria Tunku Sabri.
 
You know its good when the restaurant is patronised by Japanese themselves - those working around the Bangi area.
 
And this is probably one of few Japanese restaurants in Malaysia I will give my thumbs up.
 
No - don't talk to me about all those kaiten-zushi places. I turn my nose on Sushi King, Sushi Tei and the likes. Even Sushi Zanmai in Malaysia can't meet my standard let alone what I've eaten at Sushi Zanmai in Japan. Some places are nice, but their price makes my nose bleed and the portion is too dainty.
 
Yeah, yeah. I'm a snob. Muahaha
 
Anyways, the evening before hubby and I were to explore Putrajaya on foot for 10-hours (I've blogged about it here), we decided to give ourselves a treat first. ^^
 
Nothing special though. Instead of choosing from the ala-carte menu or the day's special; we just went for the teishoku (set) meal. I tell you, Miyagi's teishoku is a bargain! The prices are reasonable and the portion BIG!
 Son had the tempura set this time. RM28.00
 I went for the teppanyaki set. RM36.00
And hubby chose the beef teppanyaki set. RM33.00
 
Green tea is free and these set come with free desserts too. ^^
 
With only 10% service charge and no government tax (at the moment), this place has got to be one of the most affordable Japanese restaurant we went to.
 
We sure were full by the time we finished and the next day kinda burn all the calories consumed with our stroll. Hahaha
 
Since this is not a food review (paid or otherwise), I can't be bothered sharing with you the address. Google them up lah, if you wanna go. *evil laugh*

22 comments:

  1. fuyoh!! macam have not seen you blog about this Miyagi for some time..

    definitely nice bento you had!! lots of stuffs and also huge portion..

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    1. No need to blog about the same place over and over lah... Hihihi

      I think a gap of one year is good to re-blog about the same place. No? ;)

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    2. correction SK.

      Not bento.

      This is a set meal. We don't call it bento style. :)

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  2. yalah don't even have to google for the address.. give also ppl won't know where..

    ppl nowadays just key in the name of the place on apps or GPS and be directed to the doorstep.. address?? what is that?? www.address.com.my ke?? hehe :p

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  3. Bangi, sounds like too far for me. Wait a minute, actually not that far, just right next to Putrajaya right?
    I do agree the price is a bargain, most teishoku I see in the higher end restaurants go for around RM50!

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    1. Bingo! :)

      There are the sets that cost more, especially with sashimi but wait till you see & try their sashimi. :)

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  4. I would choose the beef teppayaki too .

    What rice is that? Looks different color from Raimie's

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    1. Teppanyaki mah... makan with garlic fried rice. ..

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  5. Miyagi. I must try it some day. I love teppanyaki.

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    1. You should when you are in the area. :)

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  6. Whoah! From your photo I can see that the portion size is big. I like! But Bangi is kind of far fro me, so I'll probably not make it there :( And I am a snob too when it comes to Japanese food. No Sushi King or any of those kaiten-sushi for me either :)

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    1. Big portion. Good price. Friendly staff too.

      If you ever need to visit Putrajaya, you can try make a stop in Bangi lah. :)

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  7. Seafood teppanyaki and garlic fried rice.. Drool~
    I googled! shame the other branch is in Kajang, both a little far from where I usually go...

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    1. Pity lah...

      But if you do somehow gotten lost in this part of the world,... lemme know. We go together. :)

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  8. You guys had quite a lot of food! Nice~

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  9. wow...you always had Japanese food it seems. Like every week... hehehehe....

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    1. No lah...

      I just mentioned about eating Japanese food twice this year. It just happens to be one in each week.

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  10. I was informed this place is no longer there. Did they relocate elsewhere? Would you mind sharing the new Miyagi location, if you know. Thanks.

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