Kin no Mizu Hop and Hope for Intermark’s First Anniversary
At recent Intermark celebrated their First year with a unique Culinary Hop and I was there to observe. One of my stop was at Kin no Mizu, a Japanese dining which I trruly caught my eye-bulging attention. “Unique it was. Slick it was. Bold it was. Mind blowing it was”, I whispered to myself with such a fast heart beat. Truly a blood pumping situation, my system was filled with such an excitement. Believe me I was truly impressed which this place.
I noticed the impatientness contained within the guests that night. Every dishes was perfectly crafted. The one infront of me was plated crystal clear and very striking. it was the Yellow Tail Carpaccio Styled Chilli Padi and Wasabi Soy Sauce. Finely sliced yellow tail fish padded over with wasabi sauce and lightninig heat of chilli padi. It was perfect and deliciously executed. Great freshness of texture, love it unconditionally.
The maki was inpressive and huge compared to the usual that I frequent to. Here definitely it set the standard of a Mizu Maki. Soft and slightly tangy Japanese cooked grain rice wrapped over a whole prawn and merry-go-round with sliced unagi and tender avocado. What makes the maki so special was the texture and softness include the delicious Japanese mayonnise. I was left with bursting pleasure of maki excitement.
I can’t get my eyes off their tenderly braised Ox Cheek meat laced with deadly special blended sauce, a house secret. ONe bite you are definitly hooked! I was that night, wanting to have another one just kept arising and did manage to bluff my way on having another one, my neighbour’s. It was braised so tenderly moist. It sealed my lips right away, just fabulous.
Slightly pan fried over a firing sauce pan can surely brings out the delicateness of seafood. Here I got the chance to taste their sauteed jumbo prawn and scallops toasted over with truffle sauce. Gorgeous man!
The last dish left me speechless, Yes its the truth, cross my heart ! A firm texture of a cooked white radish was used to cushion the fabulous fragrant pan fried foie gras. I guessed I don’t need to introduce it, for sure it;s a must have dish!
Kin no Mizu amazingly charmed me that evening, one of my best night out food indulgence.
Kin no Mizu
182, Jalan Tun Razak
50400 Kuala Lumpur
Tel No: 03-21662888