A colleague eagerly wanted to introduce a Japanese restaurant which she claimed was really good so we decided to travel to Bandar Puteri, Puchong to check it out.
Yoichi was a small restaurant that occupied 2 floors and was fully occupied with Japanese customers. I guess we were the only Chinese ones there.
The place was decorated with fishing baits and photos from fishing trips of the chief chef (also, owner) & his friends. There were also photo albums of the fishing trips you can view – they were really into fishing!
We waited for quite some time (approx. 20-40 minutes) for our food to arrive as they had to serve the guests who came before us.
This was part of the dinner set which I ordered. It came with udon, salad & salmon sashimi (or you can opt for unagi kabayaki). The soup was very clear & tasty! It was the best soup I’ve tasted and I finished the whole bowl within 10 minutes. The salmon was fresh too.
After about 15 minutes finishing the first set I had, the main dish arrived. The chicken namban & miso were really, really good. I cannot stress how much I enjoyed eating from the beginning ’till the end.
Nothing is complete without chawanmushi! This came after I finished the 2 sets above and it was unique – instead of the thick chawanmushi that I always had in other restaurants, its density was really light and according to my colleague, this was the original chawanmushi.
You can imagine the amount of food I had but guess how much was it? RM 19.80 for the whole set. Affordable, isn’t it? :)
As an apology for their slow service, the lady owner gave us 8 complimentary scoops of ice cream. That worked well & we were really satisfied in the end.
See below for a price list of the various dishes they have! This place is non-halal.
No. 21 & 21-1, Jalan Puteri, 2/3,
Bandar Puteri, 47100,