One can never be bored on the variety of food that you can find in Pavillion KL. There are plenty of makan-makan options on the LG Floor and 6th Floor. If you are looking for Japanese food (reasonably priced with very attentive service), try Kampachi.
(Kampachi from a distance)
(The seating area 1)
(The seating area 2)
The menu is not as extensive as any other Japanese restaurants but good enough to make you drool.
Sashimi is a must-lah for me. So my options were pretty limited therefore I ordered the Sashimi Set (RM 40.00).
(Crab roe + crabstick + "greens")
Gave it a good mixture, and it looks as good as a salad.
("La La" miso soup. Tasted good when served hot)
(Fresh-thick-deliciously sliced sashimi. While having this, Kate and I had the sudden urge to revisit Umai-Ya or Rakuzen for their Japanese Buffet)
(Mushroom + greens + carrot, nothing to shout about lah)
(Sweet, juicy fruits)
Kate ordered Unadon & Salmon (RM 30.00).
(A generous serving of unagi, thick and tasty)
(Deliciously served fresh salmon)
I have to comment about the service here. Kate and I were very satisfied by the attentive waiters. They treat you like you are eating is a "5 star" restaurant ..... they even pour the soy sauce for you before you eat! Hahaha ... now that's a first for me!
The desserts were very tempting. We tried Macha Ice-Cream special (RM 16.00).
It comes with fresh strawberries, sweeetttt green tea ice-cream, red beans and (the best part) with "mochi"!
(It tastes a lot better when eaten with the ice-cream and red bean)
I definately recommend this place. For RM 101.20, it was a worthwhile and fulfilling dinner for 2.
Kampachi is located on Level 6, Pavillion KL. (After this, Kate and I are craving for a session of Japanese Buffet!)