Visiting an izakaya is a must as evening rolls over Tokyo in Japan. These Japanese taverns serve a variety of small dishes and snacks that especially goes well with alcoholic drinks. Bringing the Japanese experience to Malaysia, Han’ei Kaya located at Plaza Arkadia is a must-visit izakaya spot in KL if you are looking for good food and a unique dining environment.
An Authentic Izakaya Experience In KL
Han’ei Kaya serves an array of Japanese delights that are worth the visit of Japanese food lovers. With the chef’s 9 years of experience in the kitchen, the dishes here will undoubtedly travel your taste bud to Japan! Here’s a list of dishes and snacks you can look forward to:
Signature Japanese Dishes
If you love raw fish, the sashimi at Han’ei Kaya Is a must-try as the sashmi here are freshly imported from Japan!
To have a taste of different types of sashimi, the Sashimi Mori is a great choice as it’s a platter served with 5 kinds of fresh sashimi including thick slices of salmon, tuna, kanpachi, tako, and hotate.
For those who want to add some greens to your meal, the Hanei Signature Pork Salad is a good pick.
Hanei Signature Pork Salad
The special braised pork and fresh vegetables are a good combination of flavours paired with the Wasabi Yuzu Dressing.
As for meat lovers, you can try the Kaffir Lime Tori Karaage and Meltique Beef & Salmon Sashimi Gozen.
Kaffir Lime Tori Karaage
The Kaffir Lime Tori Karaage is a dish of deep-fried chicken served with kaffir lime zest.
Meltique Beef & Salmon Sashimi Gozen
On the other hand, the Meltique Beef & Salmon Sashimi Gozen is served with pan-seared Australia Meltique beef and salmon sashimi.
Other than that, Han’ei Kaya also serves signature dishes like ramen and udon.
Hanei Signature Spicy Ramen
Hanei Signature Spicy Ramen
Go for the Hanei Signature Spicy Ramen if you’d like a little bit of spiciness.
Meanwhile, order the Sukiyaki Nabe if you love sweet soup. It has a sweet soup base served with udon that tastes light but fulfilling.
If you don’t feel like having soup, the Yaki Udon with Pork or Chicken is also a good meal option!
Yaki Udon with Chicken
This bowl of delicious pan-fried udon smells nice and tastes great.
Delectable Light Bites & Desserts
When it comes to snacks to pair with alcoholic drinks, signature snacks like Kushiyaki cannot be missed! At Han’ei Kaya, the skewered bites of meat and vegetables are charcoal-grilled over a Kushiyaki counter.
With over 10 types of skewer to choose from the menu, we ordered the Negima, Mune Momo, Tebasaki, Buta Eringgi, Buta Tomato, Angus beef cube and Beef Enoki Roll. Each skewer is perfectly gilled to bring out the juicy flavours of the ingredients!
A meal is not complete without some desserts. Here, you can treat yourself to some sweet ice cream desserts to wrap up your meal.
Han’ei Kaya serves 3 types of homemade ice cream, the Matcha Ice Cream, Kuro Goma Ice Cream and Yuzu Ice Cream.
Different Japanese Dining Areas For You To Choose
Another highlight at Han’ei Kaya is their various dining areas that are customised for different dining ambiences.
Sake Bar Counter
Al Fresco Dining
The restaurant features Kushiyaki counter, Sake bar counter, Group dining, Al fresco dining, and VIP room dining spaces that you can choose from. Each area gives you a unique dining experience.
Visit Han’ei Kaya For The Food & Izakaya Ambience
If you are looking for a place that can satisfy your Japanese cravings, Han’ei Kaya is certainly a recommended spot for the Izakaya experience. Don’t miss out on this great spot and bring yourself here to eat, drink and chill with your family and friends!
Han’ei Kaya, Plaza Arkadia, Desa ParkCity
Address: A-G-7, Plaza Arkadia, No 3, Perdana, Jalan Intisari, Desa Parkcity, 52200 Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: 12pm – 3pm; 5pm – 11pm (Closed on Monday)
Contact: Call 03-9779 8635 or WhatsApp +60 10-969 0333
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