Editor’s Pick: Recommended Dishes at Sango Restaurant, Petaling Jaya

I’m very picky when it comes to Japanese food. But when I found a place that serves really good ones, nothing will stand in my way to keep going back there.

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Sango Japanese Restaurant in Petaling Jaya is one of those Japanese restaurant that serves outstanding Japanese cuisine, and as of writing, it’s my third time patronizing the restaurant. I’ve written about my visits HERE and HERE. You might want to read about them.

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During my previous visits, I’ve tried some of their Donburi and their selection of Wagyu dishes. Taking a look on their menu on my third visit, I come to realized that I haven’t tried plenty of things on their menu. So here’s sharing with you more of the things that they have to offer that I would definitely recommend to you.

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Shabu Shabu is among one of a must order item over here in Sango. The Shabu Shabu set comes with fresh vegetables, lamb slices, beef slices and chicken slices.

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This is a set package for 2-4 pax, but for small eaters, it’s good for 5-6 pax. Highly recommended for those who wants to enjoy good food while having a good chat with each other.

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Wagyu Tobanyaki This dish features seared wagyu meat and vegetabe on ceramic plates.

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You may do all the searing yourselves, but be careful not to overcook the meat to retain the juiciness of the meat. Just sear both sides til medium rare and they’re all good for your enjoyment.

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Asari Butteryaki. These clams are sauteed with butter and garlic. Fresh and flavourful, these clams are rather addictive on the palate.

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Caterpillar Maki is a sushi roll with a twist. Topped with ripened avacado, this sushi rolls is pretty much refreshing. Highly recommended for those who wants something different than the usual sushi rolls.

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Dragon Maki is topped with thick, perfectly flavoured unagi slices. The umami of this dish is highly satisfying, especially if you are a fan of unagi.

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Seafood Teppanyaki Fried Rice is just a simple dish, a typical bowl of fried rice with some fresh seafood embedded in it, but in all honesty, the fried rice makes a good comfort food. Simplicity and comfort in a bowl, certainly.

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Yaki Gyoza makes both good appetizer or a simple snack.

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Sango Bento portion is satisfyingly huge. This rice mealbox isrecommended for those who wants a bit of everything in their meal.

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Beef Teriyaki set is a not to be missed if you’re a fan of beef. The flavourful beef is perfectly done in teriyaki sauce and sinking my teeth onto these delightful cutlets of beef is not something I can easily forget.

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Sake Chancha set. Now, Sango is not only a heaven for meat eaters, but also a paradise for fish lovers as well. All soaked up in a special sweet and savoury broth, this Salmon fish dish is meant to be eaten with the accompanying bowl of rice. The portion is quite huge and there might be some leftovers of the dish when you try to polish it off. You might be in wants of another bowl of rice to finish off the rest of the Salmon, so feel free to order additional bowl of rice to go with it if need be.

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Ika Ichayaboshi is simply grilled squid. I did not manage to touch this dish as it was polished off before I could even get a slice of it onto my plate. I will refrain from commenting about it but I guess it must be really delicious to be gone within seconds like that.

For more information, ongoing promotion and news on Sango Japanese Restaurant, please refer to the information below:

Sango Japanese Restaurant
2nd Floor, Crystal Crown Hotel,
12 Lorong Utara A,
Off Jalan Utara,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Tel: 03-7958 5228
Business hour: 11am-2.30pm (lunch) 5pm-10.30pm (dinner) daily.

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The restaurant is a pork-free establishment.

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