Time really flies, and never thought its mid of June already and reminds us about Jonathan’s Birthday. When he remind us about his birthday, it feels like just celebrated with him few months ago and actually not it was a year ago. Ishin Japanese Dining.
We delay one day to celebrate with him to make it lunch on Friday, and places that ended up voting by most of them is to ala carte menu of Japanese food at Old Klang Road, anyway, who could resist japanese food?
This restaurant is located at the side of Old Klang Road, if you did not notice it, it would be just a plain bungalow as it is conversion of bungalow to restaurant.
Once you walk into the restaurant, we were greeted by attentive staff and seat us to our table. The restaurant consist of two level that decorated with contemporary Japanese dining placed along dark chocolate wooden table and chairs.
If you feel you would like to stare at the chef cutting and preparing sushi, then you can be seated at the Sushi Bar.
Modern Tatami style dining is available on second floor and if you are a smoker, you can choose to be seated outside on the balcony.
Once we were seated, we were given one appetizer.
I see Thomas Cup as one of the great matches like EPL but it’s the Asian version where most of the people in Asia, would watch this cup that host every 2 years. The last round that was hosted by Malaysia was 10 years ago and for the year 2010 Malaysia get to host one of the prestigious tournament at Putra Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur.
I have Google about this competition and the leading Cup winner is China, Indonesia, Malaysia and some other countries, with current Malaysian team playing at home ground, expectations is high and hoping to lift the trophy again as what Rashid Sidek era which was lifted once by Malaysia during year 1992, but this round they are encountering all time favourites China and Indonesia, that had line up a strong team for this competition.
I was lucky enough to watch get an opportunity to watch it live on this very semi final match that full with ‘kancheongness’ and hopes to prevail to Final and lift the cup.
I was here around 6 and the car park was FULL and the amount of people in this place is amazingly alot. I thought of buying KFC to eat but I see the line I also wanted to faint as the people are lining up a BIG S.
While about to enter, Malaysian home fans already cheering, shouting, drumming and the atmosphere of excitment is there.
Indonesian Fans preparing to cheer and add in the atmosphere.