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Jeremy's World

...................FUSION of FOOD, SHOPPING, TRAVEL, PEOPLE and LIFESTYLE............

Almost everyone loves sushi. It's an imported cultural cuisine from oriental Japan, the land of the rising sun. The popularity of this exotic and yet mystical delight can be found in almost any country. In Malaysia, as far as I can recall, sushi became popular about 20 odd years ago. Now you can find restaurants selling sushi almost everywhere, from hotels to local restaurants and even food courts. Travel to any country and you won't fail to find a sushi outlet. Sushi recipes are churning out even in family recipes.

When you have travelled so far to Kuala Lumpur and the KLCC, you may not think so much of a oriental Japanese dinner. More to your liking, you maybe trying out local dishes instead. But if you ever have a sudden craze for an authentic Japanese food, head on to Starhill and the J.W. Marriot hotel in downtown Jalan Bukit Bintang. There is a restaurant called the Jogoya which serves real authentic Japanese food, more specifically, sushi. It cost merely $25 per person for a sumptuous buffet dinner. Be prepared though, this is no ordinary buffet. Make very sure you have skipped breakfast, lunch and dinner. This place is full of gorgeous, delightful, mouth watering, most appetising and wonderful display of sushi, sushi, sushi and more sushi you can ever find anywhere!. It has the most variety of Japanese food I have ever seen. Lobsters, fresh scallops, fresh oysters, prawns, young coconut drinks, hundreds of sushi types, mushrooms, dim sums, vegetables, cakes, ice creams and not to be missed, capuchinos and also tea!

Eat what you want, drink what you want, it's all in the $25 you have paid prior to entering Jogoya. It truly is an oriental food haven. I mean, look at the food dishes they have, you just want to try them all! Some dishes requires you take a number clip whereby when it's cooked, they will bring it along to your table. These are mainly soups with vegetables and seafood or mushrooms. Others you just stood there while they prepare the dishes for you. Unlike many buffets I have seen, they keep replacing the items the minute one dish is empty.

Just take a look at what you can find at Jogoya in the slide show, and you will have a pretty good idea what I mean. The food is excellent bar none and the atmosphere is quite "romantic". It's a shame it's not Valentine's day. Nevertheless, everyday can be Valentine's day at Jogoya.

Calling all seafood fans!
Join me on myLot! Discuss seafood and make a little money while you're at it.


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