We went to Sen Tsuru yesterday for dinner upon invitation by his cousin brother with wifey and a friend. It was our first time there. It is actually located at the shoplots @ Palm Spring. Anyway, here’s the address: Sen Tsuru Japanese Restaurant 千鹤, B-G-01, Palm Spring @ Damansara, Persiaran Surian, 47810 Petaling Jaya. GPS : N03 09.063′ E101 36.033′
You can contact them by calling 03-78015562 ( reservation ) or email to email@example.com depending on whichever convenient to you. Surely the easiest way would be calling them. They also have a Facebook page known as Sen Tsuru.
They operate for both Lunch: 11.30am – 2.30pm and Dinner: 6pm – 10.30pm from Monday – Sunday but I’m not sure about Public Holidays so you’ve got to ask them.
[notice]source: Sen Tsuru Japanese Restaurant @ Damansara, Petaling Jaya[/notice]
I was lazy to take pictures especially when the food and environment doesn’t interest me much. I’m kinda choosy at times of the place and food if I were to snap pictures. I’m not a real food blogger but I do blog about the places that I’ve been to if I really want to.
Anyway, we had this All-You-Can-Eat Buffet that cost less than RM50 for Adult and less than RM20 for Child WHICH I think is not the best offer yet! Why? There wasn’t much variety to choose from eventhough it was stated more than 70 choices including drinks to choose from.
We had 2 types of tuna sashimis: maguro and shiro maguro [i thought it was butter fish, not until I Googled the name just now]. We also had salmon sashimis and no other sashimis! That’s all! And that’s what you get for cheap Japanese buffet…
Before I forget, this is the outdoor look of the place which is the corner unit of Block B. There are 3 blocks in total, facing the main roads. I didn’t know there’s a Japanese restaurant eventhough we’ve passed by the roads so many times.
We had rounds of edamame and I don’t specifically like them. But I ate a few. He doesn’t know how to eat them until I told him so. They are soy peas right?
He ordered agedashi tofu that I had a few bites. I’m not a tofu lover but I do like the sauce and the soft texture of the tofu. Very soft indeed!
Food that we ordered differ from the threesomes and pictures are taken from the source as mentioned above. And… not all food that we ate are told here with pictures to see so… I’m here telling you my story with whatever pictures that I can get from the source.
So lets continue…
He ordered this konitana maki [I think I saw crabstick and tamago] and I don’t know how’s the combination tasted.
He ordered this sabayaki that smelled fishy. Luckily is one part of the fish that I never like!
He ordered salmon ninniku yaki that is slightly overcooked. Taste wise, nice with terriyaki sauce [taste-liked].
The threesom order soft shell crab that came with thick batter. I think it would be nicer if the batter is thinner. Soft shell crab is one dish that I never order in any Japanese restaurant that I go to because I don’t think it worth the price.
He ordered tori teriyaki that I forgot to eat and yet I’m a chicken lover! Maybe ours wasn’t tempting enough for me to take a bite.
Ice cream is always the best dessert to end the meal.. BUT we had them in between meals too.. Anyway, they are the only cold desserts that we can order [if not mistaken]..
Is there any other similar Japanese buffet in town? Preferrable with better service because we had our orders either mixed up in the kitchen or never came or came double or came order that wasn’t ours but still we ate. Worst was when food came out minutes to hours upon ordering. Sometimes we have to pay the price for cheap buffets right?