Ebisu Japanese Restaurant @ Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur Managed by Banyan Tree

Ebisu Japanese Restaurant @ Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur Managed by Banyan Tree


A new Japanese cuisine establishment, Ebisu is located inside Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur, serving some really nice noms in a great ambiance. One of the three food and beverage outlets in Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur Managed by Banyan Tree, we were there the other day, to savour some of their offerings. Pretty good stuff, read on below. 

Ebisu Japanese Restaurant @ Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur Managed by Banyan Tree
Ebisu Japanese Restaurant @ Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur Managed by Banyan Tree

Ebisu Japanese Restaurant 
Address: Level 8,
Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur Managed by Banyan Tree, 
170, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.

Operating hours:
Lunch 12:00pm – 3:00pm 
Dinner 6:00pm – 11:00pm 

Enter here
Enter here
Nice ambiance inside
Nice ambiance inside
Lots of wooden furnishing everywhere inside Ebisu
Lots of wooden furnishing everywhere inside Ebisu

Ebisu, Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur’s Japanese restaurant offers more than your typical Japanese fare as Ebisu prides itself on its innovative menu of Japanese fusion cuisine. The items on their menu is a showcase of unique twists that seek to break the boundaries of traditional Japanese food. Couple that with an extensive list of drinks at Ebisu’s bar and you’re in for a night to remember.

You can even choose to sit outdoors, with a view
You can even choose to sit outdoors, with a view

Starter: Wild Garden Salad with Wakame Seaweed and Tofu


We kicked off our dinner with some Wild Garden Salad with Wakame Seaweed and Tofu, served with Onion Dressing. Usually I much preferred my salad drizzled in sesame dressing, but some onion dressing is definitely a welcome change. Lots of greens in a bowl of goodness. Great way to kick start our meal at Ebisu. 

Wild Garden Salad with Wakame Seaweed and Tofu
Wild Garden Salad with Wakame Seaweed and Tofu
Have some good sake to go with the meal!
Have some good sake to go with the meal!

Steamed Dish: Ebisu Chawan Mushi 


Now this has got to be one of the yummiest Chawan Mushi’s I’ve had the chance to savour in a while. Prepared with mirin and shiitake mushrooms, soy sauce, dashi and assorted seafood, the texture is really really soft, almost melting in the mouth. Add in the crab sauce, and we have gotten ourselves some really good Chawan Mushi! 

Ebisu Chawan Mushi  - RM56
Ebisu Chawan Mushi  - RM56
Good stuff inside!
Good stuff inside!

Grilled Dish


Bring forth the mains! We tried out Ebisu’s Teppanyaki Grilled Salmon. Served with sides of vegetables, the serving portion is a generous one. We had one huge chunk of perfectly flavoured grilled salmon, teppanyaki style. Yummy! 

Teppanyaki Grilled Salmon
Teppanyaki Grilled Salmon

Sushi for All!


What’s a meal at any Japanese restaurant without sampling some sushi? Over at Ebisu, we had Seven different kinds of sushi on a platter, served with Miso Soup. No complains here, as each of the sushi is made from some of freshest ingredients I’ve tasted. 

Seven different kinds of sushi on a platter, served with Miso Soup
Seven different kinds of sushi on a platter, served with Miso Soup

We ended our meal at Ebisu Japanese Restaurant @ Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur Managed by Banyan Tree with dessert in the form of some Black Sesame ice cream. They have a choice of Green Tea or Yuzu ice cream as well. Overall, it was a great dining experience. We even dropped by Whisky Cove after our meal,  which can be described as a drinker’s paradise unlike anything the city has to offer. 

Ice cream!
Ice cream!
Don't forget to drop by Whisky Cove after your meal at Ebisu
Don't forget to drop by Whisky Cove after your meal at Ebisu

More information about dining options in Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur can be found at www.banyantree.com/en/malaysia/pavilion-hotel/dining


1 comment :

  1. I am always amazed by the artistry in the presentation in Japanese cuisine but I do not seem to see that here.

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