Saturday, November 08, 2014

Boston Lobster at Fu-Rin Japanese Restaurant, Holiday Inn, Glenmarie

Once again, I returned to the ever endearing serenity landscape where Fu-Rin Japanese Restaurant resides, near the entrance of Holiday Inn, Glenmarie.
This time around, Fu-Rin seems to have improved on their dishes and it's more aromatic and tasty than before. They had taken on a more fusion approach on an even bolder scale.

It features some of the fine fresh seafood ingredients like these:
Guh, this fish looks creepy.
Glad it won't look that way when it's prepared for us.

We started off with some Ebi Tango Furai
Which are Deep Fried Prawn Meatballs. The mash of the ingredients inside provide great meaty flavors which is great together with the mayonnaise sauce on top. Seemed strange to me to be atop cucumbers cut up like 2 dimension wheels but I guess it's more for decor purpose than eating just like the tomato on top. It's like it's wearing a hat. LOL.

Next came some Japanese Style Pan Fried Chicken:
Called the Pan Furai Wafu Toriyaki, it's crispy skin is irresistible and the chicken is still moist on the inside provide as a lovely meal for us. If I'm not mistaken, I've eaten this before on my previous visit here but this time around, it really captured my attention unlike before.

Here is the Wasabi Beef:
Sirloin with Wasabi sauce. I also had this the last time around and I remember tasting more of the vegetable than the meat but it was a good tasting dish. This time around, I tasted more of the meat than the vegetable which is even better cause I'm more of a meat eater than a vegetable eater. LOL.

Fu-Rin Creamer Maki:
Assorted Seafood Roll with Mayonnaise. Tasted just like how I remembered it, loaded with cream and mayonnaise which sometimes overpowers the ingredients inside.

Sashimi Carpaccio Aburi:
It's Seared Fish Carpaccio Style. There are different types of fish that's made into sashimi in this dish and all produce different flavors. I like this dish.

Then came the gigantic Lobster Teppanyaki dish:
Ise Ebi Teppanyaki. For those who love lobster this will be great. It tasted real fresh and on top with the sauce and egg it tasted like okonomiyaki.

The Ise Ebi Miso Shiru:
Lobster Miso Soup. It tasted a little more fragrant than the normal miso soup I tasted. Maybe the lobster did bring in more flavor to it.

Yaki Soba:
Fried Buckwheat Noodles with Seafood. Not bad. Really different than the previous time I had though. Both versions are on par and are equally tasty in it's own way.

Fu-Rin Japanese Restaurant is located at:
Fu-Rin Japanese Restaurant
Holiday Inn Kuala Lumpur Glenmarie
1 Jalan Usahawan U1/8
Seksyen U1
40250 Shah Alam

Opening Hours are:
Lunch:  12:00 noon – 2.30pm
Dinner: 6.30pm – 10.30pm

Saturday open for dinner a la carte only.

Sunday open for lunch a la carte only


Najlaa 'Aqilah said...

that's looks soooo gooooood!!

what is the range of price of the food?

Najlaa 'Aqilah

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

If I'm not mistaken, there's a Boston Lobster promotion which total to RM198 per set? Can't really remember.

The other items prices can be obtain from their menu:

Note that these prices are for a-la carte. They also have lunch sets too.