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Oh Sushi, Mid Valley

Oh Sushi has been around for quite some time, and my last visit was probably 5-6 years ago. At a recent outing in Mid Valley, rif and I decided we need a refresh of the place and food.The outlet is located at the ground floor of Mid Valley (next to Starbucks), and has a nice, classy interior (at least I think so). 5 minutes through their menu, rif decided to order the Unagi Bento. They were quite generous with the unagi – 4 rather large slices. It was meltingly tender and deliciously flavoured with the sweet Kabayaki sauce. The set comes with miso soup, potato salad, rice and chicken karaage. I stole a piece of chicken from him and it was scrumptious! Crispy on the outside, juicy and tender on the inside. Being a creature of habit, the one dish I order almost everytime is the Chicken Katsudon, my all-time comfort food. Oh Sushi’s version was palatable, but nothing fantastic. While they were generous with the gravy, the egg was a little too well done. I like my chicken Katsu to be light and crispy and the eggs to be slightly runny. Hokano’s Chicken Katsudon tastes better. The chawanmushi was quite good. The smooth egg cstard had pieces of chicken and mushrooms. We also shared a serve of gyoza. Tastewise, this was average. The filling was a tad scarce and it wasn’t as tasty as I would have liked it to be. Also, it was slightly cold when they sent it to our table. The meal costs RM82.80 inclusive of 2 green tea (RM2 each), 5% tax and 10% service charge. The food was decent and prices are slightly more expensive than the conveyor belt sushi chains. Service however was lacking – it was difficult to get them to refill our green tea and call for the bill.

Ambiance: 7.5/10
Price: 6.5/10
Food: 7/10
Verdict: Try this if you happen to be in Mid Valley and crave decent, affordable Japanese food.

Unit G-098,
Ground Floor,
Mid Valley Mega Mall.
03 2284 1211


21 Responses

  1. "Joe" who is constantly craving

    looks like not as good as those days when it first opened..

  2. CUMI & CIKI

    yea i agree with your verdict. not a place i would eat but if the craving hits and you are stranded in midval w/o a car.. then maybe ler.. ;D

  3. SimpleGirl

    not bad lah this place…but there’s so many choices in mid valley, end up not opting for this haha..

  4. Bangsar-bAbE

    SimpleGirl – Haha..true true!

    CUMI & CIKI – Ahahaha….got car then go elsewhere to eat! =P

    joe – OK lar…it's still better than the conveyor belt ones…

  5. Precious Pea

    My last visit was about 4 years ago when food quality started to drop. I remember it used to be my fav place to have Japanese food.

  6. jaycye

    if you’re in midvalley, you should try kiku zakura instead. much better than oh sushi. it’s on the same level as the cinema. =)

  7. 550ml jar of faith

    You like chicken katsudon as much as burgers huh! It’s the ultimate comfort food for me. Agree that Kiku Zakura in MV’s a better bet than Oh Sushi.

  8. babe_kl

    i think i oso hvnt been back for that long cos the quality seems to have spiralled down. used to loved their spicy ramen!

  9. Bangsar-bAbE

    550ml – I like chicken katsudon more! ;) Haha…but I don’t think I will do a katsudon month! =P

    jaycye – Kiku Zakura is much better, but a bit expensive lor…

    Pea – Yup, it was better back then… o_0

  10. Bangsar-bAbE

    babe_kl – Me too! I used to always eat their spicy ramen! =D

  11. J2Kfm

    been some time since I’ve visited Oh Sushi. the cat logo looks strangely familiar. same management with Nippon Yataimura?

  12. foodbin

    the food presentation is neat and good

  13. ling239

    if u like unagi should go try the Japanese restaurant at Jaya One, behind Secret Recipe… it is very very good!!

    *sorry i cant remember the name of the restaurant…>.<"

  14. thenomadGourmand

    hhmm.. i didnt quite like Kiku Z either…but Katsudon is my alltime fav too *high 5*!

  15. Bangsar-bAbE

    thenomadGourmand – Yay! We should katsudon together!! =D

    ling239 – Hanazen is it? Read a review about it in The Star a while back…

    foodbin – Yeah, it’s quite presentable…

    J2Kfm – That I dunno wor…never noticed! ;P

  16. foodmachine

    Think I went there about 3 years ago, had Okonomiyaki which was I felt the taste was missing something. But I guess maybe I am comparing it to the ones in Osaka. Place is ok and yes I found the service needs a bit of a nudge.

  17. Bangsar-bAbE

    Yes, they really need to buck up on service!

  18. backStreetGluttons

    Jap food is nice and tasty but quite expensive ah !

  19. mimid3vils

    What’s the filling of the gyoza? If chicken filling, that’s will taste yucky just like what I had at Ramen King o.O”

  20. Bangsar-bAbE

    mimi – Errr…ya! It's chicken filling… <_>

    BSG – This one not THAT expensive la…still can afford to eat.

    If Kiku Zakura then I'll have to eat bread for the rest of the week! =P

  21. Vchoong

    Oh Sushi at Mid Valley was a BIG disappointment.
    We were there last week on Mar 18 @ 16:48. Including us, only 2 tables. we ordered 2 ramen and one bento.
    One ramen never arrive until my friends has finished eating. Those pork was uncooked and has a funny taste.

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