IF you are not sure where to hunt for Japanese food, then head to J’s Gate Dining, that brings 18 of Japan’s best specialty restaurants together on Lot10’s Level 4 to provide authentic Japanese cuisine and level of service, centered on “superior quality ingredients, Japanese hospitality, and a lively atmosphere.” By employing bona fide Japanese design to create a space where customers can comfortably enjoy real Japanese culture, SRM aims to facilitate the spread of Japan’s appeal abroad.
Variety of food for you to choose from, with express food concept to proper dining.
The grand opening was officiated by Mr. Makio Miyagawa, Japanese Ambassador to Malaysia and Mr. Joseph Yeoh, Vice President of YTL Land & Development Bhd and YTL Hotels & Properties Sdn. Bhd., together with Mr. Naoki Yokoyama, Executive Officer of Sojitz Corporation, Chief Operation Officer of Retails & Lifestyle Business Division.
We get to sample some of the dishes and quite impress with them. Certainly there are a few stalls that I am looking forward to hunt for it upon returning.
This is how the new level 4 looks like in Lot 10
I am aiming this sushi shop – Torikin and the Yakitori shop next to it. Eel kiosk is fantastic.
J’s Gate Dining is set to become the Japanese food lover’s one-stop location to enjoy an authentic Japanese gastronomical and cultural experience. The operation hours is from 11 am to 11 pm.
J’s Gate Dining
50, Bukit Bintang Street,
Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur,