The interior is pretty nice with a Japanese theme.
Miso soup was pretty good with lots of seaweed and tofu cubes. A warm bowl would be great on cold days.
Some kinda set.. They have affordable breakfast sets too. You can choose your combination of items.
I ordered 2 onigiris - scallop fringe and mentaiko.
They are so cute and round! The plump riceball sandwiched between thick crispy seaweed pieces looks so appetizing compared to other onigiris I've tried. I didn't have too much trouble keeping the onigiri together while eating it here.
I even ordered a third after finishing them! xD
All 3 onigiris are packed full of flavour and they were very generous with the filling. I did find them to be a tad too salty though..
I would probably return for more! Out of the three, I would recommend the mentaiko onigiri but if you prefer something less salty, the scallop fringe is fine. Onigiri prices range from RM 2.80 - RM 4.80.
In the end, Nicole bought 2 more onigiris to takeaway xD I was tempted too! But it was too late and I might lose my appetite for dinner.