EAT - Pasta Zanmai @ MIdvalley

by - Tuesday, April 20, 2010

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My last visit to Pasta Zanmai around last few month with bunch of blogger right after the Hannah Tan Concert at Gardens Ballroom. Went there right after my Elianto & Bonita Summer/Spring Collection at Sg Wang.

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Top: Ryokucha (Hot Green Tea) @ RM3.
Bottom L: Apple Refresher @ RM12
Bottom R: Sunshine (Orange & Carrot) @ RM12

Unlike many places, the green tea here (RM3) is served by the pot and you can request as many cups as you wish.

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Mini Ebi Tempura No Gomadare Pata To Mini Unagi Rice @ RM22
When come to Japanese food, Unagi is the "must eat" in my list.
The set came with rice and pasta. The best part is the semi cooked egg on the top of unagi rice. It's mushy and runny yolks with soy. How about the sauce? I quite like the Japanese sesame sauce lately, with pasta or salad, it's quite aromatic and earthy.

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Mini Salmon Ikura Pasta To Mini Yakiniku Rice @ RM22
Mini Salmon and Salmon Roe Pasta, Mini Grilled Beef Rice & Miso Soup
The food a cold a little bit when the time that it come. Actually it's food that order by other customer. Since the waitress take the wrong order, they "suggest" the food to us. They said nice, worth, etc. The set came with miso soup and the semi cooked egg on the top of beef rice.

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Gyuniku To Tamanegi No Soup Pasta @ RM26
Beef & Onion Soup Pasta. When came to beef, I can't really comment since I not really can eat it. To make it simple, Gyuniku To Tamanegi No Soup Pasta it's blanched Beef Pasta topped with Sesame Sauce. For me it's was so so. I prefer if my friend add black pepper to make it spicy but since she can't eat spicy, she didn't add in.

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Ebi Fry Curry Rice @ RM23 per set
Fry Prawn With Curry Sauce & Rice. Japanese curry also known with their "sweetness" rather than spicy like Malaysia curry. I wonder why... Curry came from India and was very hot and spicy foods but Japanese cooks make it mild for everyone. I think that's the reason.

For those who do not know, Ebi fry is an easiest try for Japanese food. It's not only deep fry of shrimp and similar to the shrimp tempura but the most important part are the size of shrimp normally huge. Some restaurant use tiger prawn but other may be shrimp.


Overall I will vote:
6/10 for the service. Slow & felt like cheated since they suggest the food not because of it's nice but because they don't want make any loss.
8/10 for the food quality and quantity. Prices are reasonable for the quality of food and quantity that you get. Most of the dishes are good to share if you are a small eater and I seriously highly recommend the pizza!
8/10 for the environment. Cosy interior and comfortable.

Location:
Lot F-051, First Floor,
Mid Valley Megamall,
Mid Valley City,
Lingkaran Syed Putra,
59200 KL.

Tel No:
603 -2283 2160

Email: pastaz-mv@supersushi.com.my

Operation Hour:
Daily Business Hour: 10am - 10pm

P.S.: This is based on individual's taste and liking and if there's any other further questions about this restaurant or the food, feel free to drop a comment. Thanks!

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