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Dinner @ Kushi Q, Tropicana City Mall

Had dinner with sister at Kushi Q, Tropicana City Mall. This little outlet is easily located nearby Ninja Joe. We decided to give it a try because we ran out of idea about what to eat for dinner. :P

Kushi Q is famous for its Japanese grilled mini skewers. According to Foodpoi, Kushi Q is Malaysia's first outlet that serves Japanese Yakitori on auto griller.

Note: Yakitori is similar to Malaysian satay.


Kushi Q's set meal options are interesting. If I remember correctly, there are 6 main sets altogether. Each set comes with a combination of different kinds of grilled meat, i.e. chicken, beef, and seafood. Then, you can choose a sub-set that you appeals to you the most.

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Now, let's have a look at my dinner set.

Set A: Chicken Set with 3 Grilled Chicken Skewers

This is the main course. The fine print beneath the photo of the main course states this: Main course + any one of below combination.


So, for the combination (sub-set), I choose Set A3 that comes with Zaru Soba, Hot Spring Egg, Seaweed Soup, and Green Tea (refillable).

Here's how Set A3 look like. Two slices of watermelon are served without extra charges.

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Now, let's have a look at my sister's dinner set.

Set B: Chicken + Seafood Set with 3 Grilled Chicken & Seafood Skewers

My sister chooses Set B that comes with seafood.

For the combination (sub-set), she chooses Set B3 that comes with Zaru Soba, Hot Spring Egg, Seaweed Soup, and Green Tea (refillable).

Here's how Set B3 look like.

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There are no service charge (10%) and government tax (5%) on your bill. So, diners are encouraged to practice tipping. You'll find a bottle at the payment counter for this purpose. I think this is a pretty neat idea. Malaysians should learn to be more generous in tipping. :)

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