Maiu Japanese Ala Carte Buffet, RM48++ Damansara Perdana

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 21 August 2010 8:31 pm
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MAIU Japanese Restaurant, previously called Umaiya. I think this branch of Umaiya is sold off, and taken over by new management who renamed it MAIU, but the chef, menu etc remain the same.

maiu1-shop

Shop Front

maiu2-appetiser

Appetiser: Edamame is plump and good

maiu3-shishamo

Shishamo is perfectly grilled with no burnt bits

maiu4-saba

Saba

maiu5-takoyaki

Takoyaki is not bad

maiu6-fried-unagi

Interesting and yummy: Unagi deep fried tempura style. Piping hot when served.

maiu7-tofu

Agedashi Tofu and Tofu Steak, the tofu used are japanese type which are soft and smooth

maiu8-shashimi

Sashimi: butterfish, red tuna, salmon, octopus and squid

maiu9-fried-tofu

another type of tofu which i think has small unagi bits inside

maiu10-beef

Beef cube tepanyaki

maiu11dragon-maki

Looks nice, but taste just so so, avocado+unagi+tempura prawn

maiu12-tempura-prawn-soft-shell-crab-maki

Soft shell crab temaki

maiu14-unagi-maki

Unagi and cheese roll, again looks nice, taste just so so, perhaps by then we were overwhelmed by amount of rice in these rolls.

maiu15-california-rolls

California rolls, with crispy egg

maiu16-tuna-rolls

Red tuna roll and unagi roll

maiu17-chawan-mushi

Chawanmushi steamed egg

maiu18-garlic-rice

Garlic rice

maiu19-tempura

tempura, a bit too oily

maiu20-ice-cream

Chocolate, and match ice cream

Overall, they are hit and misses.

Address: Maiu (previously known as Umai-ya)

G-3A, The Place,

Jalan PJU 8/5D,

Bandar Damansara Perdana,

47820, Petaling Jaya,

Selangor

they also have a branch in Bandar Baru Seri Petaling

No 39-1, Ground floor,

Jalan Radin Anum 2,

Bandar Baru Seri Petaling,

57000, Kuala Lumpur

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  1. Comment by Quay Po Cooks — September 5, 2010 @ 9:45 am

    I love Japanese food and always looking new places to try it out. Our favorite joint is Tomoe in Subang Jaya. Will definitely go Maiu and try the jap food there. thanks for the post:D Cheers!

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