Chou Shun Kan

Chou Shun Kan (長春館) is a modest Japanese restaurant in Krystal Point. It is modest in the sense that it is situated at an angle which is unlikely to be seen by drivers, even though it is facing a round-about with heavy traffic.
The restaurant specializes in teppanyaki (鉄板焼き), in which food is grilled on a hot plate at the dining tables. Since I was dining alone, it was not economical to go with teppanyaki. The restaurant manager was kind enough to allow me to order from the bento (lunch box) menu, even though bento is usually available during lunch only.
I ordered a Karubi Bento (カルビ弁当, RM16.80) for dinner. Karubi (beef short ribs) actually originated in Korea, where it is known as Galbi (갈비). The major difference is that the Korean Galbi has the rib bones still attached with the meat, while the Japanese Karubi is usually served without the bones.
The Karubi was well marinated and easy on the tongue, and was sliced thin enough such that the pieces were not too tough to chew.
The bento set also came with Stir-Fried Cabbage, Salad, Soup, Rice, Watermelon and Green Tea.
The food was quite good and the atmosphere was very nice. It's a good place to have a quiet dinner alone or a small group of friends.

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