Tuesday, 17 February 2009

Pasta Zanmai at Mid Valley

This was our second visit to Pasta Zanmai. The first one was to Pasta Zanmai in One Utama. A second visit was inevitable as we got a RM20 voucher from our earlier visit and the voucher is expiring soon.

Mid Valley's outlet felt more spacious than One Utama, although I think both are about the same size. I think it's due to the mirror wall on one side of the outlet that made it look more spacious.

Current promotion at Pasta Zanmai - Rice Set. I had Niku Onsen Tamago rice set and Zaini had Unagi Onsen Tamago Rice Set, both at RM19 per set. No photo of our sets, though. My bad. :P

My Niku set was nice, but I think Sushi Zen's was much nicer than this one. A word of caution for anyone going to Pasta Zanmai and want to order Unagi. After two visits, unagi was the last item to come to our table. Both Raimie and I had almost finished our food by the time Zaini's unagi set was brought to him.

Raimie went for the Hamburg (RM18). Yummy!

Our drinks - Today Fresher at RM12 per jug.

Zaini enjoying his Unagi Onsen Tamago Rice Set. Sets came with a bowl of miso soup and salad.

Raimie enjoying his miso soup. This is one boy who loves his miso soup.

Service was fast and friendly. No complains here, especially as I only paid RM58.20 for the meal (with RM20 voucher that we got during our previous visit).

14 comments:

  1. I saw this place in MidValley. Any relation to Sushi Zanmai over at the Gardens?

    Lina, you mentioned there's a food court at the Gardens...which floor is it located? I was trying to find the place on Sunday but couldn't locate it.

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  2. @MT,
    it's on the same floor as Borders & Sushi Zanmai (actually it is located beside Borders) on 3rd Floor.

    Yes, Sushi Zanmai, Sushi Zen & Pasta Zanmai are all under Super Sushi Management.

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  3. salam lina,

    how wonderful to be able to eat all the Japanese meat dishes. Too bad we can't do the same thing here.

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  4. Definitely worth eating with the RM20 voucher! Yummy!! : )

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  5. @Kak Lela,
    yes, we are luck to be able to enjoy meat here at many restaurants. Takpe, next time you come here, I belanja you. Deal?

    @foong,
    even without the voucher, it was still a good deal. :)

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  6. Kak Lela,
    lucky not luck. Type too fast. :D

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  7. Miso is a versatile ingredient. Besides using it to make soup, I use it for a gravy for Saba fish. Delicious!

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  8. Miso is.....addictive (can't find the right word), once you take a sip you can't help taking more lol.

    Actually without a discount the meal would be quite expensive (even for JB standards), so the RM20 voucher was real handy :D

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  9. @Life Ramblings,
    Yum yum. :P

    @ECL,
    Oooo sounds delicious. :)

    @Jim,
    Japanese food even at food court already expensive what. Imagine paying RM13.90 for food court and just RM19 for a set (with salad and miso) at a nice restaurant. :D (But I wouldn't say no to any voucher!)

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  10. It isn't nice to have to wait for your meal. I guess Eel is off the menu then.

    BTW, you should rotate your images before you upload them. :-)

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  11. @Contamination,
    it wasn't rotated on purpose. :D

    @HE,
    masih di Hokkaido? Bestnya holiday! :P

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  12. Hehe Lina I guess you're right :)

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