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Suki-Ya : Eat all you can Sukiyaki & Shabu Shabu @ Tokyo Street, Pavilion

November 25, 2011 by · 14 Comments  | [24,170 views]

When you are in downtown shopping, in Pavilion, there are something new for you guys to explore is the newly renovated Tokyo Street located on the 6th floor in Pavilion. Its a section that house many Japanese eateries, Japanese products and some house hold goods for you to explore. After they have open quite a while, this is my first time being here. . . .

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Under this section, the whole area is filled with Japanese ambiance with their look and feel of all those outlets.

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The outlets that are in the middle section are all mostly build with Japanese wooden concept, and lanterns at the side of the shop.

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Most of the restaurant here sell fusion food  . ..

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Japanese Desert – Mochi Sweets.

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Another Japanese Restaurant .. .

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As for this round, we are trying out this outlet that offer buffet spread which is Suki-Ya : Eat all you can Sukiyaki & Shabu Shabu, which is more like a Japanese Steamboat. . .

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The ambiance is not bad that is pretty well design that if you come in big group they can combine all the tables for you in one section.

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Sauce wise is pretty limited in selection . . .

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Healthy bar that offer a good selection’s of greens to be put into shabu shabu . .

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There are only 3 choices of soup available, Shabu-Shabu which is more like a clear soup and I heard the table next to me mention that the soup is tasteless. . .then we opt for Sukiyaki and Kimchi Soup.

Among the 3, Sukiyaki is the best as the taste of the soy is pretty strong which reflects to the original taste I had before, not too salty and its quite aromatic. .  Recommended among those 3. . For Kimchi, under Japanese restaurant.. not as good as you tried in those Korean restaurant. So close one eye .. .

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Then on the paper they teach you all the steps how do you do the best shabu shabu out .. :)

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We opt for the healthy options and pour everything in . . .

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Then you get free flow of thin slice, Lamb, Beef and Chicken . . .The best of all is Lamb follow by Chicken then Beef as the beef slice I find it taste funny or we rate it as a low grade beef slice!

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For beef slice, its pretty simple and quick that you just take a slice and dip it for about 10 seconds then its done . .

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Then we had the sauce as the Sesame sauce is GOOD that you must request and normally I eat most of my food with their special homemade chili sauce.. A bit sour, chopped with lots of garlic and a bit spicy, that pair well with all the meat that I have. ..

My friend taught that, take a raw egg and stir it well, then after the meat had cook, dip it and eat along with any sauce it just perfect!

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Then would let you finish off with Ice cream . .

The service here is good as they have alot of staff on duty and our slices of meet constantly got refill and the best part is the manager drop by and ask you, do you want more refill which we had raise white flag as this would be the first time that the staff ask do you want more!

For a price like this, I would say its a buffet spread that worth a try as it only allow you to enjoy 2 hours dinning which is far more than enough.

Adult (lunch) – RM 29.80 ++ Kids (lunch) – 50% disc off buffet price

Adult (Dinner) - RM33.8- ++ Kids (Dinner) – 50% disc off buffet price

*Pork-Free

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7/10, pretty good -Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location: Level 6-Tokyo Street, Pavilion KL Shopping Centre, 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Tel: 03-2141 4272


Comments

14 Responses to “Suki-Ya : Eat all you can Sukiyaki & Shabu Shabu @ Tokyo Street, Pavilion”
  1. nikel says:

    Not bad one… I like i like….

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  2. FiSh says:

    so appetizing! :D let me make a wild gues… does the sukiyaki tastes like miso soup?

    -FiSh
    ohFISHiee.blogspot.com

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  3. ai wei says:

    bought the voucher. have yet to pay a visit. gotta go with family soon! hehe

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  4. jq lee says:

    OMg looks so good but….. T.T no pork!!! CANNOT!!! I bring my own pork. haha!

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  5. Sumptuous® says:

    The lamb & beef slices is mouthwatering! Must go and sapu some!

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  6. ulric says:

    Looks like u missed the best soup…shabu shabu…it’s not tasteless…it’s awesome…especially after putting all d ingredients in from the Healthy Bar…return n try it :D

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    Taufulou Reply:

    ehh..really? that’s what i heard from the next table said la..should go n try again if they got promo . . :D

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    ulric Reply:

    I bet that they tasted d soup before putting in d ingredients from the Healthy Bar…like all good things patience is a must here…hehe :)

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    Taufulou Reply:

    you are very much correct as the couple are very freaked minded..keep changing item 1. .

    ulric Reply:

    Haha…no wonder :)

    How did ya like d tofu filled with cheese? We call it d cheesy tofu :D

  7. Iris says:

    Looks nice! but damn lazy to Pavi.. XD

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    Taufulou Reply:

    lazy nyer .. .

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  8. Calvin says:

    Have valid on Sunday ???

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    admin Reply:

    yah.. its valid all week long both lunch and dinner

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