Crowded place, small space with limited seats. limited menu choices but worth trying. Beverages are more interesting to explore.
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Love the setting, the paper origami dragon hanging from the ceiling - really cozy interior. Really interesting and innovative fusion of Japanese and Thai food. Really yummy, but can be a little pricey for KL.
Small Japanese fusion restaurant. Food was Surprisingly good and the portion is good too, however there are no seats indoor and we sat outside. Staff were helpful.
Was there during RIUH event weekend (Gawai Festival). Huge crowd but we had made our reservations much in advance (*usually weekends or Public Holidays, they'll have 2 dinner time seating, 6ish & another 8ish). So pls make your table reservations if you do not want...More
Refreshing , unique, creative, interesting combinations of Thai & Japanese cuisine. Ask for ice plant salad if available; yummy!
The staff are helpful but the food is so-so. For the price we pay, it’s not worth going. Plus, they have limited seats.
Nevertheless it is great location for lunch with friends and co-workers but I wouldn’t recommend walk-ins if you are going with a big crowd of friends or family as the seating area is very small. I went with a couple of friends last weekend and...More
Worth trying ! Unique kaiju style and taste, morden design with great ambience. Will definitely come back again to try out other signature dishes.
APW is Kuala Lumpur's latest urban renewal space and Kaiju is one of the hip restaurants located in the former printing factory in the shadow of the national newspaper's headquarters. The crowd on a Sunday was young, multiracial and enjoying the live music, dance and...More
Went for the market which was very busy. Went to Biru San but they said they don't have WiFi, so we should use Kaiju's instead.