How will Chef Jun Wong’s progressive Japanese fusion at Kikubari which includes the likes of wagyu katsu sandwiches impress Chef Makoto Saito? Watch and win dinner for two.


Washoku (和食) noun
  • Japanese food, highlighted in the second season Chef on Chef through four chefs in four Malaysian restaurants.

Of the world’s cuisines, few evoke intrigue and respect like that of Japan.

Chef on Chef returns this time with the spotlight on this delicate culinary craft from the Land of the Rising Sun, that places integral weight on raw seafood, fresh produce and generational techniques perfected by intuition of the chef for the ingredients of the seasons.

Last episode, we were introduced to Chef Makoto Saito of Sushi Hibiki whose specialty lies in the very traditional Edo-style preparation of Japanese cuisine. This episode, we pop by Kikubari helmed by Chef Jun Wong whose cooking style is an exciting cross of French innovation and Japanese fine ingredients.

Will her progressive Japanese fusion which includes the likes of a caviar tarts and wagyu katsu sandwiches impress Chef Makoto? More importantly, how will it its flavours pair with Martell cognac? Watch and win dinner for two.


We are giving two (2) couples a chance to dine at Kikubari and sample what Chef Makoto and Joe had, paired with Martell XO cognac. To be in the running to win, just follow these simple steps:

  1. Like FirstClasse Malaysia on Facebook
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This giveaway will end on Saturday, November 17, 2018. The winner will be announced on our Facebook and Instagram on Monday, November 19, 2018. The winners will have to redeem the meal by December 16, 2018.

– This giveaway is open to readers residing in Malaysia except employees and the family members of FirstClasse Malaysia.
– Please leave us with a working email at which we can reach you. The prize will go to the next participant should the selected winner fail to respond within 48 hours.
– FirstClasse Malaysia reserves the right to change the rules & regulation without prior notice.

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