One of the key features of an Izakaya is the offering of multiple snack dishes, we have the chance to sample a few of them i.e. the Cucumber Wih Sesame Dressing (RM8.00); As it is served chilled; this snack dish is perfect to start off for our long night.
Next, we had the Spinach Dashi (RM7.00), which is a specially concocted dashi sauce served with boiled Spinach with sprinkles of sesame seeds and julienne seaweed.
Followed by a special Luncheon Meat Tamago (RM12.00).
We particularly like the next snack dish which is Pork Karrage (RM14.00) which has a crisp on the outside and tender juicy pork meat on the inside. Served with finely chop cabbages with mayo sauce on the side.
After this, we had the crunchy and crackling Fried Pork Skin (RM9.00) which was perfect with the cold beer that we had ordered.
The other non-fried snack dish is the Boiled Salted Pork Belly Slice with Spicy Miso sauce (RM15.00); another chilled dish offering.
For Gyoza fans, you can taste the Pan Fried Gyoza (RM14.00).
Another Luncheon Meat based dish is the Luncheon Meat Egg Pizza (RM15.00).
The last dish of the snack food that we had is the Takoyaki (RM12.00).
After the snack food, we also tried out the other dish offering which is the special Sashimi selection (RM75.00)
and for those that love Pork Kidney (including yours truly) can try out this stir fried delicacy.
and for those heavy eaters; can order the Tonkatsu Ramen (RM22.00) or other choices of Ramen and Don that are available at Butaya Izakaya to filled up your tummy.
Our personal dining experience at Butaya Izakaya is one of a laissez faire where we can have a leisure taste of snack dishes with a drink; while catching out with friends and families for a long night of simple delight.
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