At Kame Sushi, there is no a la carte menu and Chef Selection is the name of the game. Opt for the sushi kaiseki (RM80) if you are not feeling too hungry. But if you up for a big feast, choose the kaiseki, which ranges from RM150 to RM200. Nab a spot at the bar if you can because it is the best perch for watching raw dishes being prepared.
Baby anchovy served with grated white radish was the perfect dish to kick off our meal.
Like most diners, we have a deep love for sashimi. All the fish were fresh, with a burst of sea flavor.
Grill what everyone's craving for - Tender, Juicy Pork.
Pop one of these squid's egg in your mouth and experience it melting with just a few bites.
The shishamo emerged from the chef's kitchen shriveled and stunning. However, the texture was rather soggy, perhaps it was left at the chef's table for a tad too long.
Fresh, buttery grilled cod fish that will sleep deep in your belly
To wake up, put your tender heart with some fresh Japanese tomatoes.
The sushi platter was mediocre, with classic flavors shipped to our table.
Ice cream waffles took center stage on a blue plate.
The Yuzu sorbet was fresh and creamy, packed with flavor, but light enough to leave you wanting more.
VERDICT: SOMEWHAT SMITTEN