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Ryoshi Signature at Atria Shopping Gallery (Food Review)

Back in July, I attended the grand opening of Ryoshi Signature at Atria Shopping Gallery and it was indeed an eye opening experience to witness the Bluefin Tuna live cutting demonstration at the event. I managed to sampled the Bluefin Tuna as well and it was fresh and tasty. So this time around, we get to review some of their signature and recommended dishes comfortably at the restaurant.


It was a alluring view looking at all these beautiful dishes prepared by the chefs at Ryoshi Signature. Let's not wait any longer and let me introduce the first dish.



Firstly, a couple of Japanese skewers to warm up our palate. We had the Yakitori, Shitake Mushroom, Eringi (King Oyster Mushroom), Buta Bara (Pork Belly) and Enoki Bacon.


Then, we have the Moyashi Pirikara Itame which is a Stir-Fried Spicy Pork with Bean Sprouts and Chives. The spicy pork is quite tender but the black pepper taste could be slightly too strong on this dish.


Prefer something lighter and healthy? This Horensho Bacon which is a spinach bacon salad is not as bad as I thought, as it doesn't have the raw spinach taste, flavourful and the salty bursts of flavour from the bacon was refreshing.


Visually beautiful, this Buta Bara Kushi dish is indeed one of the my favorite at Ryoshi Signature. It's delicious I must say. Onion dressing is not too overpowering and the chicken was quite tasty.


Next, it's the Goya Chanpuru which consist of pan fried bitter gourd with egg. I absolutely love the combination of this bitter gourd with egg dish. It's not too salty, just the way I like it and the bitterness of the bitter gourd was toned down.


This marinated pork belly, Yaki Buta is very well marinated with its special sauce and grilled to perfection.


The Hire Katsu which is the Fried Pork Fillet Cutlet is crispy on the outside and perfectly cooked on the inside.


If you want to try a different taste, you should order this Tori Nanban which is the Crispy Chicken Soak in Nanban Sauce.


For sushi roll, we had the Ryoshi Buta Maki (Pork Sushi Roll) that tasted quite well with the sauce.



Aside from that, we also had the Oyster Maki (Oyster Sushi Roll) topped with fish roe and comes with mayo at the base.


This Kaisen Nabe dish which is suitable for 1-2 pax (probably I can finish this all by myself...haha!) is assorted seafood hot-pot with choice of spicy kimchi miso or udon soup base. The spicy kinchi miso is not too spicy and the ingredients especially the seafood was really fresh!



One of the main highlight at the review is the Ryoshi Shashimi Mori that has 6 kinds of 3 pieces Maguro, Salmon, Tako, Hotate, Amaebi and Kampachi nicely plated on a wooden bridge-like plate.


Last but not least, something that really caught my eyes and great enough it taste good too is the Hakusai Buta Nabe (1-2pax) which consist of cabbage, pork and choice of spicy kimchi miso or udon soup base.


Here's some of the interior shot of the place.


Overall, I had a great experience reviewing the food at Ryoshi Izakaya. The quality and the taste of the food were excellent although the price can be slightly higher but true enough that you get what you paid for. If I'm around the mall, I will drop by again in future.


Address: Atria Shopping Gallery, Jalan SS22/23, Damansara Jaya,
47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor. (North Entrance)
Opening hours: 11:30am to 10:30pm daily
Reservation contact no.: +60102020200

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8 comments :

  1. I gotta say they have a nice deco with delicious food. They have a good interior design which makes customer feel comfortable. I wanted to install plaster ceiling just as this restaurant do. Thanks for the review.

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    1. Hi Mabel, I would love to have plaster ceiling like that at my place too. You're most welcome and thank you for dropping by.

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  2. Nice ambiance!
    First time seeing bitter gourd with egg in Japanese restaurant.
    I gotta agree with you that Hakusai Buta Nabe caught my attention too. I think I will choose Spicy Kimchi Miso soup. hehe...

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    1. Yes it's nice right. I haven't had bitter gourd with egg in a Japanese restaurant too. Haha... go try their Hakusai Buta Nabe soon ya!

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  3. buta nabe is my favorite on a rainy day!

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