牛摩 Wagyu More is a brand from Hong Kong and did make a huge buzz during their opening at The Gardens KL. IT is a hotpot place that offer buffet style or eat all you can starting from RM 36.80 onwards.  Serving you with variety of beef, pork, chicken and vegetables with hot food, sushi, meatballs, drinks and desserts.

Did tried twice to walk in and was told fully booked. So we have to call for reservation. Calling 1 week in advance and was told it is all fully book only left 10am. So decided to give it a try and was told, walk in will take about average 2 hours waiting time.

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Wagyu More’s All-You-Can-Eat Buffet is priced at :
Lunch (11am to 5pm) : RM 36.80++ per person
Dinner (5pm to 10pm) RM 44.80++ per person
additional RM3.00++ for weekends and public holidays.

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The queue at 10am already making a bee line of diners that made reservation to head in.

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Here you go on the counter. Pick up any vegetable or noodle as you go in.

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Sauces for you

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Soft Drinks counter.

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Ice cream. .

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Fresh chicken bits . . .

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Beef, pork, lamb slices for your order.

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There are 8 types of soup ranging from : Kombu, Sukiyaki, Miso, Tomato, Pork Bone, Spicy Pork Bone, Kimchi and Japanese Curry. We order Kimchi and Sukiyaki.

Both soup are so so only. Personally think Kimchi could been better and sukiyaki is lack of flavour.

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For diners whom wish to have more premium meat then Wagyu More also serves three Premium Buffets (All Day) that are bound to further elevating customers’ dining experience:

  1. Spanish Iberico Pork Buffet at RM98.80++
  2. Australian Wagyu Buffet at RM148.80++
  3. Japanese A5 Wagyu Buffet at RM388.80++

For children below the age of 12 and within the height of 90cm – 120cm will enjoy a 50 percent off for all packages.

Overall, the steamboat is not too bad as would not stay it is fantastic. The time limit of dining is 120 minutes. For the price I am paying, I will opt for Suki-ya or Mikoshi at Uptown.


-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 6.5/10, okok la !!!~-Stamped-

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

牛摩 Wagyu More, Malaysia
T-216-B, 3rd Floor, The Gardens Mall, Mid Valley City
Email (Enquiry) : [email protected]
Email (Reservation) : [email protected]
Mobile (Reservation) : +6012 601 3398 (Call or WhatsApp)

Operating Hours : 11am – 10pm Daily (Last Order @ 9.30pm)

I have always love steamboat and best of all, who does’nt love an Eat All you Can in Mikoshi Shabu Shabu Restaurant at RM 28+ lunch at Damansara Uptown. This will definitely be one of the top competitor for my another favourite Buffet Shabu shabu as an another alternative.

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understand from the manager that it owned by Japanese and their concept is quite similiar to what they have in Tokyo. Hence this is a duplication with localise infusion for our local market.

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as you walk into the outlet, you will be greeted with typical classic Japanese concept sundry shop. With cotton candy machine, classic sweets, face mask hanging on the walls and slow Japanese songs to make the ambiance perfect!

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there are a few variety of soup available and top choices are Sukiya, Spicy Miso, Green Curry and Ginger. As for me, their sukiya soup base is enough to kill (you get to choose mild or heavy taste).  Love the solid saltiness from the soy base flavour with mid sweet end to my liking.

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Variety of side dish for you to hit on.

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This section fits with greens, noodles and some seafood and this section is filled up for dinner segment.

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sauces for you to choose and there are some classic flavours to choose from.

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Seafood add on during dinner only.

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with the sides add on. .

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Besides that, Mikoshi Shabu Shabu meat is top notch especially they have ox tongue, and finely cut chicken (which i would rarely hit on and this is pretty good), pork slices, fish, lamb and beef. Lamb is much better than beef for my personal preference.

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How to eat your steamboat in Japanese style like the owner is by preparing this 3 item.
1. Signature dipping sauce (Ponzu, Mommijiotoshi and spring onion)
2. Kampung Egg
3. Sesame sauce

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After bathing your meat in the hot broth, just dip into this 2 sauce to get the maximum flavour of it.

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If you are still feeling hungry after all this, then the finale is to get a bowl of rice, spring onion, soy sauce and kampung egg. Break the egg into the bowl, add spring onion and add soy sauce. just eat it like that.

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Ice cream to finish off.

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This place had become one of my favourite eat all you can shabu shabu place, because of price and ingredients that Mikoshi Shabu Shabu are offering.

Lunch : RM 28 +
kids : RM 20+ (3 years old below FREE)

Dinner : RM 48+ (with more choices of sides, add on seafood range and others)
Kids : RM 30+ (3 years old below FREE)

Add on Sushi @ RM 48 ++ per pax

Suntory Beer Promo – Buy 3 FREE 1

*Non Halal

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8/10, one of my new shabu shabu uplace~ highly recommended shabu shabu place -Stamped-

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

Mikoshi Shabu Shabu Restaurant
109, Jalan SS 21/1a, Damansara Utama,
47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
电话:03-7733 1184
营业时间: 11am-3pm | 6pm – 11pm

It is the time of the year once again to reunite and rekindle among friends and families through solidarity at The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur as to celebrate get together Raya Buffet Dinner at Contango menu starting from 25th May – 25th June.

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Gather your closest family and friends for a unique dining experience. Featuring two open kitchens, Contango serves a wide variety of dishes freshly prepared to order, with cuisine ranging from Thai, Japanese to Western Grill and Italian, including a special focus on Local Malay Cuisine this month. Head to the taste of the northern flavours at the nasi campur section for mouth-watering dishes such as ikan patin masak tempoyak, sotong masak asam, ayam sambal bunga kantan, masak lemak telur itik, sambal ikan bakar and pajeri terung. Enjoy the tender and flavourful kambing kerutub with soft and fragrant nasi hujan panas seasoned with local spices, turmeric and shallots or nasi
putih will be introduced throughout the festive season.

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It is indeed slightly luxury in this ambiance to dig in for our local famous food.

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big head prawn is as big as my hand which is the super star in this section. Every piece that came out is gone within 60 seconds.

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Lets dig into local cuisine such as lemang and serunding. . .

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Kambing golek

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Seafood section . .

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Japanese section . .

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Fresh fruit and dessert section  and their ice cream is a gelato that is made by themselves which is good.

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The Festive Variety Dinner at Contango will be held from 25 May to 25 June and is priced at RM145 nett per person.

For more information on the above and for reservations:
Please email [email protected]
Please call + 603 2785 8000

Now, Korean restaurant do not only mushroom in Solaris /Mont Kiara area as they are growing every where. Recent discovery that I found in Sri Petaling is Hwa Ga Korean BBQ that is offering All you can eat deal buffet at RM 39++.

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Located same row as Inside Scoop, this outlet signage is in Korean which is not easy for you to eye on if you were really trying to find this place. However they are in etween Tea live and Inside Scoop and it is a corner lot.

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There are constant surprise in Korean food as they are also evolving. Narungji Tongdak is one of the latest item being introduce in Korea and also known as one of the latest hype. It is actually a very classic recipe that infuse with moden craze such as Cheese. Inside the chicken is filled with glutinous rice, black rice, ginseng, jujube dates, gingko nuts, pine nuts, pumpkin seeds, barley and garlic.

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Carefully charcoal grill for few hours to ensure the chicken is cook inside out yet remain its juiciness.

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After the process, it will be place on a hot stone and further cook for another 10-15 minutes with other ingredient along with cheese.Classic is Nurungji Yangpa Dak @ RM 65 Topped Onions Grilled Chicken with Scorched Rice.
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Nurungji Cheese Buldak @ RM 65 Grilled Chicken and Scorched Rice with Cheese and Spicy Sauce

There are more than 10 flavours available. I love their classic as you can taste the ginger, garlic, mild ginseng taste and remember to dip with their special home cook sauce. To me, this taste like dry Samgyetang (Korean Ginseng Chicken) with a modern touch. Per portion is ranging from  RM 55 – RM 79

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Next of course move to their Korean BBQ buffet which I am very happy where they are offering quite a pretty decent ala carte menu for you to order.

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Ban Chan for you to start on first.

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Kimchi Jiigae, Doenjang Jiigae, Woosamgyeop Deonjang Jiigae and Sundubu Jiigae. These are great with rice or even good on its own. We basically order nearly 3/4 of the menu. For soup base I still like my classic Kimchi Jjigae.

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Kimchijeon and Pajeon

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Feels like having some of their classic item would be Shin Ramyeon and Kimchi Ramyeon.


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Yangnyeom Chicken, Fried Chicken, Banban Chicken andDakgangjung turned out very decent. Crispy, tender, moist and individually seasoned with various sauces and seasoning.

This is the best part, as the slice meat section they are quite generous and it sure does look premium and of course the taste is good. For such a price, this is really a good bargain.

Samgyeopsal (Pork Belly) – thick cuts of tender and fatty pork belly
Busut Samgyeopsal (Pork Belly with Mushroom)
Daepae Samgyeopsal (Sliced Pork Belly) – thin slices of fatty pork belly
Gochujang Samgyeopsal (Spicy Pork Belly) – spicy and sweet fatty pork belly
Dwaeji Galbi (Grilled Pork Ribs) – savory and sweet pork ribs, my favorite of the lot
Dwaeji Jumulleok (Grilled Marinated Pork) – savory and sweet pork with onions and peppers
Hangjeongsal (Pork Shoulder) – lean pork fillet
Usamgyeop (Short Plate) – 3 layer beef
LA Galbi (Beef Rib) – savory and sweet beef rib with fatty bits, also very tasty
Jumulleok Gui (Beef in Soy Sauce) – savory lean beef slices
Dakgalbi (Stir Fried Chicken) – spicy and sweet boneless chicken
O-Jingeo Gui (Grilled Squid) – spicy and sweet squid

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Tried most of the meat selection from squid, to lamb, pork slices and beef.

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Bibimbap or the hot stone bowl of Dolsot Bibimbap. Either one, both are healthy and delicious.

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Bibimbap or the hot stone bowl of Dolsot Bibimbap. Either one, both are healthy and delicious.

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this place is certainly one of a nice Korean BBQ restaurant that you can hunt in Sri Petaling


All-You-Can-Eat Korean A La Carte BBQ Buffet
Lunch 11am to 3pm        Adult – RM 39++ | Child RM 20++ (6 to 11 years old)
Dinner 5pm to 11pm       Adult – RM 45++ | Child: RM 25++ (6 to 11 years old)
Kids from 4- 10 years old and height below 120cm will be charged accordingly.

Term & Conditions

  • Dining time: 2 hours max
  • Food wastage will be charged accordingly
  • All prices are subject to 10% service charge

Hwa Ga Sri Petaling
55-57G, Jalan Radin Bagus,
Sri Petaling,
57000, Kuala Lumpur,

Contact: +603- 9055 3555

Business Hours: 11am- 11pm

Hwa Ga Sunway Mentari
Dataran Mentari Sunway,
28, Jalan PJS 8/18,
Bandar Sunway,
46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Contact: +603- 5630 0648
Business Hours: 11am- 11pm


Hwa Ga Ara Damansara
R-08 1st floor, Oasis Square,
No 2, Jalan PJU,
A/7A Ara Damansara, PJU 1A,
47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Contact: +603- 7734 6538
Business Hours: 11am- 11pm

Hwa Ga Mont Kiara Solaris
7, Block K Soho KL.
Solaris Mont Kiara,
504800, Kuala Lumpur.
Contact: +6010- 243 6547
Business Hours: 11am- 11pm

Hwa Ga Damansara Perdana (Pork Free) (No Ala Carte Buffet)
Lot F05 Empire Gallery Heritage Lane
No2, Jalan PJU 8/8,
Damansara Perdana,
47820 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Contact: +603- 7732 6151
Business Hours: 11am- 11pm

The Holy Month of Ramadan is just around the corner where this is also my first time to join Berbuka Puasa at The Living Room, Westin KL. This year 2017, Living Room is bringing food towards your door step as they have arranged magnificent selection that featuring 14 different states cuisines of Malaysia, and also to pamper you further with cuisines from around the world – showcasing and serving up traditional Malaysian dishes, complemented by modern International dishes and enhanced with live cooking stations.

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As you walked in, this area that features a huge selection of Malay cuisine in a huge wok is the place you would want to attack first.

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Break-fast with a huge selection of appetizers, delightful mains and delectable desserts with more than 50 appealing dishes laid out on the buffet aisle. Rice and hot dishes are the center of all Ramadan buffet spreads. Diners are spoilt with the savory highlights – Ayam Bakar Percik Sri Kelantan (Slow Roasted Chicken with Coconut Lemongrass Sauce), Ikan Patin Assam Tempoyak (Silver Catfish with Spicy Tumeric Coconut), signature Westin Biryani (Rice Briyani with “Mamak” Omelette and Braised Spice Pineapple Cucumber Sesame Seed) with Roasted Whole Lamb with Mint Sauce and Lamb Jus and many more! The star dish of the night would be the specially curated Nasi Kandar Utara Mai with choices of Keting Kambing Kandar, Daging Kandar, Ayam Kandar dan Sos Hitam (Lamb, Chicken and Beef Cooked in Indian Spices). Not forgetting the final sweet touch of fine dates, assorted traditional Malay kuih and modern palatable desserts.

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This is the street section where they have all the classic items for you at Pasar Ramadan such as Ramlee Burger, Roti John for you to pamper on your cravings.

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This are my favourite selection area as most of the flavour here gives you a big punch in your taste bud. Do go along with rice.

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In this wok selection, there are two items that extremly stood out that I went 2 rounds which is the Sambal Prawn Petai (where I am not a big fan of Petai) but this is just so good. Lala with clear soup is another item that you would want to get a bowl yourself.

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Right next to the wok area is all these classic condiments from around Malaysia.

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classic popiah and lok lok for you to hunt for

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this is the western section. Pick any of the noodle or rissoto then add on the ingredients yourself at the sides then pass to the chef on duty to cook it for you.

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This is also my another favourite station that I drank 3 bowls of this awesomely soup. Sup Ekor that is filled with variety mixture of spare parts, soup is pack with flavours to my liking and take a roti bengali or plain bread to dip it along is perfect!

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Char Koey Teow section turns out to be better than my expectation.

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Their signature is lamb briyani.

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On the far left is Nasi Kandar with all your curry mix, noodle mixture and dim sum

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After you have done with all your mains, then head to their dessert room where it is located on the left side of the hall.

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Some mexicam wraps for you to consider.

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Goreng pisang, cucur udang and some other items for you to pick at your leisure.

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Exotic local fruits for your cravings fix such as Mangosteen and longan

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Their yogurt machine is powerd by Fruz

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Other desserts to hunt for is their durian dessert is good. well balance and not too overpowering.

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International pan cook area.

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Here you go on the soup ekor~

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Interesting enough as they have kangkung with cuttle fish which is quite a unique taste by itself if were to compare to Penang.

Price: RM158nett per person

Period: 29 May to 23 June, 2017



  • SPG and Beyond Dining members are entitled to 20% discount on the above restaurant promotions for food only
  • Major bank cardholders are entitled to 20% discount on the above restaurant promotions for food only
  • Children 4 years and below dine for free
  • Children aged 5 to 12 years receive 50% off

199, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur

General booking Phone: +60 3-2731 8333

TrEat Restaurant & Bar at Oakwood Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur will be launching its Dining Under The Stars dinner buffet. This promotion coincides with the fasting month for our Muslim friends. We are also delighted to announce that we have a new Chef de Cuisine – Addy Dzulfadzly Abdullah who will be delighting diners with his signature Ayam Percik dish.

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In this ramadan spread, there will be four ala minute stations that will be set up around the poolside filled with local delicacies, desserts and roast lamb with Percik sauce. The menus are rotated nightly so that diners can sample 222 different items.

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Certainly one of a ramadan buffet spread that focus much on local authentic taste.

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Love their satay as the skewers are quite decent in size and marinated well.

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On their ready corner is one of my favourite as this counter has better taste and classic malay food that I have tried before.

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If local is not enough, then they do have some fresh oyster and Italian counter as for your option.

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Dessert corner and some local fruits.

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Spaghetti carbonara turns out to be above my expectation for a hotel buffet grade.

Dining does not ends there as diners also stand a chance to win a stay in other Oakwood sister properties around Asia that are located in China, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. TrEat Restaurant & Bar is located on ground floor. We hope to give another dining option to the discerning KL folks with this buffet. Musicians will also be entertaining the crowd every Friday and Saturday nights.

This promotion begins on 29th May until 24th June from 630pm – 1030pm. Prices are RM77+ (adult) and RM39+ (child).

Please call 03.2710.9180 (direct line) or email [email protected]om for reservations.

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