The food here is simple, much like a home-cooked meal.
Their passion is in presenting good Malaysian food at affordable prices.
It is not a Japanese restaurant. But yes, the gyu means beef in Japanese.
Popular with the Bukit Bintang crowd, the menu offers a selection of local food.
Consider Fatimah Selera Kampung your entree to "mom-style" Malay cuisine.
Pretension is at a minimum and the sashimi and other sushi items are good.
Every dish is served with the freshest ingredients and a regal touch.
KL’s oldest Italian restaurant has stood the test of time.
Masterly prepared Japanese styled food and an alluring ambience.
Order the specialty omakase menu - the chef’s six course meal with dessert.