Malaysian Food Blog, Travel, Diving & More

Of so many Japanese restaurants in Klang Valley, this is probably the one I visit the most. They might not have the best food, or the greatest ambiance; but Omitsu Koshi at DJ certainly offers above average Japanese dishes with very, very affordable price. Cheaper and definitely worlds better than certain conveyor belt sushi chains.

Omitsu Koshi, Japanese food at Damansara Jaya
good food with pretty nice ambiance

We ordered a Sashimi Set and a Ramen with Gyoza set for dinner, and of course, some hot green tea which goes well with Japanese food. Other than set lunch and dinners, this restaurant actually offers a variety of other choices, such as udon, Japanese fried rice, sushi, and even porridge.

Omitsu Koshi, Japanese food at Damansara Jaya
Jap food, slurps!

It actually took a while for the food to come as it was a busy Saturday evening. The Sashimi set came with plenty of salmon, tuna, octopus tentacles, and baby octopus. There’s also sushi rice, miso soup, and a few slices of fruits. As for the hot babe‘s set dinner, it came with charsiu ramen, 3 pieces of gyoza, fruits, and even a plate of fried rice (a bit excessive actually).

Omitsu Koshi, Japanese food at Damansara Jaya
we were definitely enjoying it!

The food were fresh and tasted authentic, like how Japanese food should be, not excellent like Raku Zen, but above average. While the servers did not try to impress you with crudely memorized Japanese phrases like some other places, they were mostly helpful and provided decent service. It was a very satisfying meal, after the customary 5% government tax and 10% service charge, the bill came to only RM 36.80. RM 19 for the raw fish set, and only RM 13 for the other. Great value isn’t it?

Omitsu Koshi, Japanese food, map to Damansara Jaya
Omitsu Koshi is situated right next to Atria shopping complex

Omitsu Koshi
No 17 & 19, Jalan SS 22/23
Damansara Jaya
47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

GPS: 3.127821, 101.617291
Tel: 03-7722 2779

Discuss : KY eats – Japanese Food at Omitsu Koshi, Damansara Jaya

  1. Saygore

    i have been there, the ambience is so so, but the price is very affordable. yeah, the food is not as excellent but at least way better than those sushi conveyor belt outlets. i enjoyed thier lowly priced shabu-shabu

  2. Yup, it’s cheap. That price, I can only eat maybe 2 plates of kaiten sushi in Japan, Haha

    So the owner is a Japanese?

  3. tankiasu

    Very reasonably priced indeed. Will try it out soon. Thanks!

  4. Uwah! Sugoi! Luv your post and luv your blog. I’m linking ya, can? LOL.. Anyway, first time here, so Hajime maste ne! ^-^

  5. hmm… another Val…?

  6. Give the Hokkano Japanese Restaurant a try. It’s a tiny hole-in-the wall place in Damansara Uptown. If memory serves me right it’s at the row where Maybank is, facing the LDP. =)

  7. Almost a week already. Update, can?

  8. heyy,
    I really think you should check out Inagiku at Menara keck Seng if you haven’t already been there…great value for money set lunches (dinners are very pricey) and the Sat-night (not sure about Sundays) shabu-shabu or sukiyaki buffet (all you can order beef and vege etc – there are no buffet counters)…
    and aoyama (my fav sushi restaurant) at desa sri hartamas…
    bon apetit! (or itadakimasu in this case!)

  9. […] I have to thank Bee Nee who suggested that I visit Hokano at Damansara Uptown after reading my take on the economical Japanese restaurant, Omitsu Koshi. It turns out that Hokano too is the hidden secret of the improbable cheap and good Japanese restaurant category. […]

  10. Just to let you know, I just came back from lunch there. Ordered the salmon teriyaki set. As they were putting the dishes on the table, my colleague saw a baby cockroach (still alive) in the vegetables bowl. Of course the waitress apologized and changed the bowl. But I can just imagine the whole pot of vegetables with baby cockroaches swimming in it. I mean, if you see one baby cockroach, there is bound to be a whole lot more running around that you can’t see.

  11. Peng,

    You had the exact same comment on the other post

    are you sharing real experience or do I smell a troll? Do you own a competing business?

  12. Real experience. Sorry about the same comment. There was an error when I posted the comment so I thought it didn’t go through. No, I don’t own any food businesses…I’m just a boring consultant!

  13. beetrice

    OMG…I hadn’t seen this post until now, and that’s my FAMILY in the first pic (lower right corner)…*LOLOLOL*

  14. beetrice,
    OoO what a coincident!

  15. Cockroach Killer Bait review

    Cockroach Killer Bait review…

    […]KY eats – Japanese Food at Omitsu Koshi, Damansara Jaya | KYspeaks[…]…

Leave me a comment

Hi, I'm and my email is . Please link my name back to my website .