Kintan in a budget
oleh Ferdy Kurniawan, 25 November 2020 (10 bulan yang lalu)
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Finally got the chance to try yakiniku like after being recommended by everyone. At a glance, their offering looks like a menu from kintan. But actually, the taste/price ratio is quite high.
I took advantage of an on-going promotion during my visit, 45K for 100g of karubi set (incl rice, salad/kimchi, drink/miso), or 75K for 200g. I chose the 200g one. The karubis that was served looked to be a good cut of karubi, unlike the mix cut that you would get in Kintan. The taste of the karubi itself is less fatty, and more meaty. Personally I like to combine the cooked karubi with the garlic+spicy miso sauce. Additionally, you could choose the amount of rice that you'd get, 150g, 200g, or 250g for no additional charge (seems to be). The quality of the rice itself is quite good, a good japanese rice.
During this covid and psbb period, this restaurant have utilised contactless ordering service to the fullest. First you have to checkin through the QR code showned in the entrance. Then you would get another QR code for both the menu and ordering. After the order have been placed through the link, my ordered was served within 3 minutes as advertised. Lastly, I could also choose to pay through online payments such as Gopay, Ovo, and CC.
The space within the restaurant itself is quite spacious. There are space given between the seats for social distancing, but even without social distancing, the table arrangement doesnt feel cramped.