Shogun’s largest outlet at Soho KL @ Solaris Mont Kiara

The Grand Saisaki Group, renowed for its chain of healthy Japanese buffet restaurants, recently officially opened its 5th outlet in the Shogun & Saisaki family at Soho KL @ Solaris Mont Kiara.

Built on a floor size of 29,000 square feet, the outlet offers a multitude of Japanese cuisines for the palette. Approximately 65% of the menu is Japanese in nature while the rest combine the best of fusion with Chinese, Western and Thai dishes infused into the menu. The outlet also boasts the leadership of Chef Zainurin bin Mohd Salleh who is an expert in Japanese cuisine with 23 years of experience locally and internationally.

“We are celebrating this 5th and biggest outlet by flying in a whole tuna fish weighing 100kg at a cost of about RM10,000. The heavyweight is delicately sliced and served right in front of guests in the form of fresh sashimi slices, maki and sushi showcasing Chef Zainurin’s food creativities,” said Dato’ Michael Chong, Managing Director of Grand Saisaki Group.
100kg Maguro at a cost of about RM10,000.


There, from the cutting and slicing to the serving of fresh sashimi.

Some of the food I had. I’ll come back for that black and white sesame balls! They are awesomely delicious!!

I went home a happy woman that night because I met Razif, my idol! Hehe.. If you followed my status updates in FB you would have noticed that I recently shouted out that I love “Best in The World” compared to that Walk Walk Find Food series and barely a week later I am faced to faced with him! Weeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

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    Hellloo!! Visiting for the first time. :)

    WOW~~ Japanese food! I love!! :)

    I wonder why tuna can be that huge. :/



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    Maguro is extremely big and cost about a bike..keke


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    Wow…looks gud. Is the food there delicious? I’m going there this weekend. I’m a small eater, any recommendation so that I dun missed the gud thing? Thanks ya.


    Merryn Reply:

    Call me crazy but I’d say the Black n White sesame balls! LoL! I know! Of all things right?! But seriously, my hubs and I super love those balls and can’t get enough of it! hehe…

    Go and explore lah. Take a bit of this and that and tell ME what you love over there :) The soup wasn’t very nice though that night.. :(

    Oh.. oh..! The loh mai kai is GOOD!


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    Wow the tuna fish is so giant. Yeah Japanese food is my favorite.


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    Wah… the Maguro is super huge~~~


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    fu yoh… I went straight for the sushi & sashimi…. ;0)


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    Huge fish!


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    Previouly this place is Tenji, now change to Shogun.
    I saw big tuna in Sabah too, is really huge.


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    wah wah so jeles! eh eh, they washed their hands or not before slicing up the huge tuna and serve those sashimi for i noted there wore no gloves >.< hehehe…


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    100Kg, that’s a huge and heavy tuna!


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    Can i do some complain for Shogun Solaris Mont Kiara?


    Merryn Reply:

    Hi Lai,

    Pls forward them directly to Shogun Solaris. Thank you.


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