Kissaten @ Jaya One

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Hello again. Kissaten was a restaurant we had for lunch before we actually join Foodirector for dinner at Brisik. They are both located in Jaya One, about 3 minutes walk from each other. Kissaten is a restaurant operating at the 1st floor, but has an entrance at the ground floor. This restaurant was also recommended by a friend of mine, he in madly in love with this restaurant for some reason.

Anywho, lets begin..... The journey of....the....sweetness..?

The entrance located at ground floor!

The interior. Clean and simple. 

Pig extremely hungry.....waiting to devour food....

Teriyaki Pork Burger - RM13.90

My order of Teriyaki Pork Burger. I made a resolution to try all kinds of burger earlier this year and this is my process of doing so. The pricing caught my eyes, only RM13.90! I had to try it out! To my surprise, when the burger was served, it was huge! I mean, really huge! Like they say, size matters right?

Can't wait to try it out, I took a photo of it and started biting on this beast. Upon my first bite, it was.... heavenly. I personally don't like sweet things, but this burger is different. The balance of sweetness and saltiness was there. Although I would honestly say that it was 65% sweet and 35% salty, but it's all in a good way.

The patty was juicy, tender, sweet, and very well seasoned with teriyaki. The teriyaki wasn't overpowering the flavours of the pork as well. The egg added some moisture and texture to it. The egg yolk burst and the juices were flowing down! Fresh lettuce onions made the burger felt light and fresh, somewhat healthy. The buns were consistent, it was neither too hard or soft and was able to hold all the juices of the burger quite well. 

For sweet tooth, this burger is a must try. However, the only downside to the burger fries served. But hey, the price is cheap right? Highly recommended!

Teriyaki Chicken Onsen Tamago - RM24.90

Pig's order of Japanese pizza. Served with half boiled egg at the center, seaweed, spring onion and Japanese mayonnaise on top. I've never experience an egg on a pizza, so we thought that "Hey, why not try it out?"

Without further a due, after snapping some photos, we started eating like Bear Grylls. The crust was quite thin and crispy. It is not as thin as the one served in Dominos, but its still thin. The teriyaki chicken inside was cooked perfectly. It was tender and full of flavour. There was also caramelised onions inside which gave it added sweetness. The whole pizza tasted really sweet as compared to regular Italian pizza. 

Do not be fooled, the pizza may look small and tiny, but it was rather heavy, especially with the help of the egg. The egg plays the important role of minimizing and balancing out the sweetness of the teriyaki sauce and the seaweed and spring onions acts as vegetable to give it that freshness. Overall, the pizza was really flavourful!

I know some of you may not like sweet pizza or even think that this pizza is 'fake'. But hey, its Japanese pizza right? Even the American pizzas are different compared to the Italians. Do give it a  try, highly recommended!

Azuki Pancake - Rm6.90

Our dessert, sadly we couldn't finish it in the end. The pancake is stuffed with red beans, deep fried and sprinkled with sugar. It is soft, warm and sweet all around. Portion is not too big and suitable for 2-3 people. Recommended!

Also, they serve free tea or coffee everyday from 3-6pm with any ala-carte ordered!

L12A-1-1, Palm Square Jaya One,
72A, Jalan Universiti,
46200 Petaling Jaya.

Opens Monday-Thursday & Sunday : 11.30am to 12 midnight
Friday & Saturday : 11.30am to 2am.

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