SUMI Genshi-Yaki Sakeba, Jalan Telawi Bangsar: Japanese Food & Sake

Unveiling SUMI Genshi-Yaki Sakeba, a new Japanese restaurant located in Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar Kuala Lumpur. Come for their yakitori, sushi, finely crafted Japanese food, stay for their quality range of Japanese sake.

With Chef Anson Ng, a talented chef from Hong Kong with over 20 years of culinary experience in Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong, Peking and across Mainland China heading the kitchen, SUMI Genshi-yaki Sakeba set to satisfy your tastebud with some of the best flavours from the Land of Rising Sun.

Assorted Sashimi Platter RM 298

This sashimi platter consists of Salmon, Tuna, White Fish, Uni, Octopus, Scallop, Fresh Tiger Prawn and Seaweed. Suitable to be enjoy for 4 pax.

Traditional Tamago RM18

Get started with Tamagoyaki, a simple yet delicious dish that both young and adult alike will love.

Tempura Moriawase RM28

Followed by tempura moriawase, a popular Japanese delicacy. Vegetables and prawns wrapped in tempura batter, deep fried to golden brown, crunchy exterior.

Mix Seafood Nabe RM58

A variety of fresh seafood and vegetables cooked in sweet, nourishing dashi soup. Warmth, comfortable pot of dish that is great for sharing, as as individual main dish.

Beef Tenderloin Teppanyaki RM38

Summerkid’s favourite. Diced beef tenderloin, pan-seared on Teppanyaki grill till tender, juiciness locked within.

Japanese Pan Tofu RM22

Saute Seafood Ramen RM32

Other Japanese dishes on SUMI Genshi-Yaki Sakeba menu include sushi, sashimi, Saute Seafood Ramen, Black Truffle Sea Urchin Fried Rice in StonePot, Seafood Somen, Sashimi Salad and more.

Kamotsuru Sake Gold
Our favourite goes to Kamotsuru Sake Gold, which is also known as “Obama Sake” because in 2014, when the former former President of United States of America, President Barack Obama visited Japan, this is the sake he tried together with Japanese Prime Minster Abe.

This Japanese Sake is not easily comes by in KL so in case you see any Japanese restaurant serving this, do give it a try. You might fall in love with its smooth, refined sweet ad fruity flavour.

Overall review: A nice Japanese restaurant in Bangsar to chill and relax. We especially enjoy their sake range, and food that pairs well with it like Japanese Pan Tofu, Beef Teppanyaki and Grilled Fish Head.

SUMI Genshi-Yaki Sakeba

(Opposite Shawn Cutler)
No. 19, Jalan Telawi 2,
Bangsar, Bangsar Baru,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Opening Hours:
Tue, Wed, Sun (12PM-3PM; 6PM-11PM)
Thu, Fri, Sat (12PM-3PM; 6PM-2AM)
Closed on Mondays