Sam’s Deli is located at NU Sentral that just opened about 2 months ago, a much welcomed structure that links KL Sentral to the Monorail station at Jalan Tun Sambanthan.
If I’m not mistaken, this is the same Sam’s Deli I saw at Gurney Paragon, Penang.
You won’t be able to spot Sam’s Deli that easily because it’s located within Sam’s Groceria.
Here’s a view of the place from the far end, food are to be ordered at the counter.
Along the counter are the many Japanese sushi packs.
I took a gamble by ordering their promotional offer.
Besides that, I also tested some of their sushi.
The place was quite crowded during lunch hour, I managed to get a seat right at the corner – yup, all for myself.
Here’s my lunch tray – RM 12.90 for the Chicken Katsu, RM 1.79 for each sushi. Drink and soup came free.
The dish was quite tasty, don’t expect the full fledged Chicken Katsu as you would at Rakuzen, Sushi Tei or the likes. This one’s more like fried chicken fillet served with white rice, sweet sour sauce and vegetable. The sushis tasted nice, pretty much like those found at Aeon (Jusco).
The miso soup was good despite being served in a rather modest looking container. Anyway, here’s the view from what I sat.
Besides Japanese food, Sam’s Deli also sells pastries but they’re on the other side of the restaurant. You might think it’s a separate entity but they’re actually the same. I’m betting that most people would think that Sam’s Deli only serves Japanese food.
The range is quite good though, from pizza, to pies, to various forms of baked goodies.
As for drinks, I didn’t try them – coffee anyone?
Sam’s Deli is a good place for a simple lunch, just bear in mind that the place could be quite crowded during lunch hour.