Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Kissaten Coffee and Restaurant

I dined at Kissaten Coffee Restaurant located at Jaya One last Saturday. I don't know how to categorize this restaurant as it is Japanese styled but not 100%. It serves coffee and western food like pizza and pasta. Apparently, you can find Kai See Hor Fun (Chicken Floss Flat Noodle Soup) in the menu too. How magical?
Kissaten Coffee and Restaurant @ Song About Jen

I have seen forwarded email and youtube video about coffee art. Now, I learn about this coffee brand called illy. This is a statistic I read from the brochure. Everyday, over 6 million cups of illy coffee are drunk all over the world. So, what makes the coffee famous? Go order one cup of cappuccino and find out yourself. :P
Kissaten Coffee and Restaurant @ Song About Jen

Back to our dinners. My friend took this Katsu Curry Rice. The gravy was quite dry and it tasted sweet more than spicy.
Kissaten Coffee and Restaurant @ Song About Jen

I took Tangy Duck Spaghetti. It only contained 2 ingredients that is, duck and olive. But, it's good. Thumbs up!
Kissaten Coffee and Restaurant @ Song About Jen

We pondered for a moment before deciding what to order for dessert. The Ginger Pudding and Pumpkin Cream and Vanilla Ice Cream which were ranked as Genki No. 1 were equally tempted. In the end, we ordered this Rich Choco Pudding. No regrets. That was heavenly good!!
Kissaten Coffee and Restaurant @ Song About Jen

Kissaten offers set lunch at good deal. I wonder why they don't do the same for set dinner. I wish to visit again for its 10-inch pizza. Check out some reviews at Sweets for My Sweet Tooth and Motormouth From Ipoh. Menu preview is available at Erica's Blog.

P/s: I'm away.

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Blogger narrowband said...

That's Japanese curry rice. In Japan it actually tastes not bad. Kind of sweet. Not very spicy. It's the same type of curry all throughout Japan. I kinda like it myself. Hehe. Don't know how the one in kissaten tastes though!

9/11/2008 06:38:00 PM  
Blogger YeeJen said...

I never try Curry Rice at Jap restaurant before. Will go for salmon most of the times. You can eat authentic Japanese food in JP. And lots of Pocky too.. Enjoy your trip!

9/20/2008 08:00:00 AM  

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