On the busy and buzzing street of Kota Kinabalu financial area, where the power house bankers, like HSBC and Standard Charter Bank, carry out their businesses, lies this cosy Nagasaki Japanese Restaurant. Located at the corner of the old warehouses, this restaurant offers a quiet and cooling sanctuary for lunch and dinner.
Nagasaki Japanese Restaurant looks much like the others Japanese Restaurants that I have visited before. Here the interior is nice, clean, and simple.
The main meal today is the “Lion Set Meal”, which consists of Gyuniku Shiogayaki (New Zealand beef with ginger sauce), Sawara teriyaki (Spanish Mackeral grilled with teriyaki sauce), Kaki age (deep fried seafood and vegetable), and Kurage su (Japanese style jelly fish).
We also had Futomuki Sushi (sushi rice with assorted fillings, rolled in a sheet of “nori”), Unagi Sushi (eel fish), and end with fruits dessert. Is the food good? Yes! very tasty and the bills add up to a total of RM 65.55 with service and tax.
11am to 2:15pm (last order)
6pm to 10pm (last order)
Nagasaki Japanese Restaurant
No 19, Jalan Hj Saman
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.
tel: 6088 216 623