Recently, hubby & I dining out less frequent as we previously did. Besides the economic reasons, I'm opting for more healthy home cooked meal. I'm currently in the progress of touching up some precious knowledge in nutrition. :) I found it very interesting.
Ok, back to the topic. This is another back-dated post, which was pending since last August. We dropped by Tao for an enjoyable dinner on our way back from SP. We didn't call for reservation, but we were lucky to get a table on the crowded Saturday night.
Tao is a place serving Japanese food buffet style, where you pay a fee to taste all the food that the menu's got to offer. There's no limit to the number of orders that you make. The only limiting factor is the time. :)
Mitoyaki Scallop. We love this very very much. The sweet, sour & slightly spicy sauce is really appetizing. We couldn't stop ourselves to place 2nd and 3rd order. :)
Tako Sunomono. Squid is always my favorite whenever visiting a Japanese restaurant.
Grilled Salmon. Taste good but real small portion. If you are a fish eater you'd like to order more of these.
Golden Fried Dumplings. Nothing special on this.
Kushiyaki...some sort like seafood satay.
Miso Soup, I was wondering why hubby want opt for this. ?? :P Simple miso soup with Japanese taufu and some vege. Taste more like ajinomoto soup.
Tofu...deep fried tofu, but very smooth inside.
Taiwanese Mantis Prawn. It looks so so only, but it's a great finger food.
Tempura Shrimp & Vege. Hubby will not miss to opt for tempura. His favorite dish.
Unlimited order for the first hour. If you still not full, you can go for sushi and fruits.
Buffet dinner for 2 cost at RM110.40, inclusive of 10% service charge and 5% government tax. A little too expensive huh?