A new upscale Japanese restaurant has arrived in Kuala Lumpur. InterContinental Kuala Lumpur unveiled the newly renovated Tatsu which opened its doors on 1July 2011.
Bringing a sophisticated element to the traditional dining experience, the ambience of Tatsu combines a subtle blend of Japanese aesthetics with contemporary yet minimalist design. With a seating capacity of 147 seats, Tatsu boasts five choices of dining styles from the Sushi Bar, a Teppanyaki Room, private rooms, public dining area to a cozy lounge. For those who appreciate the finer things in life, there is a private Sake Bar encompassed by intricately designed glass windows offering a breathtaking view of lush garden landscape and cascading waterfall.
Offering the freshest of seafood, Tatsu’s Sushi Bar tempts the most discerning connoisseurs.
Traditional dishes are served of the highest standard, but at the same time there is also a selection of contemporary Japanese fusion dishes.
The expert behind the unveiling of Tatsu is award-winning Japanese Executive Chef Yanagida Tetsuya who uses the finest and freshest ingredients from international specialist suppliers. With the unveiling of the newly renovated Tatsu, Yanagida-san is set to present a whole new dining experience to the discerning diners of Kuala Lumpur.
Open daily for lunch and dinner, Tatsu features set lunches and bento boxes for lunch and a comprehensive a la carte menu for dinner. The menus are cleverly created by Yanagida-san and there is a detailed beverage list of sake, wine, spirits, alcohol, soft drinks, juices and teas and an amazing variety of desserts.
For more information, visit Tatsu on www.dinemalaysia.com
Source: The Expat August 2011
This article has been edited for Expatgomalaysia.com
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