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Sukishi Japanese Hotpot Eat All You can from RM 35+ @ The Starling Mall

Sukishi Japanese Hotpot Eat All You can from RM 35+ at The Starling Mall, Uptown Damansara is a sister company of Sukiya. The difference between these 2 shops are only Halal and Non-Halal. Sukishi is the outlet that serve with pork slices. So if you are a pork lover, then here could be one of your option. 5 types of soup for you to choose from. this round we chose, Sukiyaki and Japanese Mala and another pot is Kim Chi…

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Red Inn Hotpot Eat All you can at RM 78+ @ Tropicana Avenue

I have been to this outlet twice and this would be my third time back here. Never knew they had buffet now as Red Inn Hotpot Eat All you can at RM 78+ / RM 98+ with Karaoke Room at Tropicana Avenue. Have check on their Facebook site, and the menu looks pretty promising, hence decided to give it a try as the hotpot here is not too bad and not too expensive (of course not to over order) For the…

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FeiFan Hotpot Buffet from RM 35.90 @ Kiara 163

Heard about this Hong Kong FeiFan Hotpot Buffet offer quite a good value meal that a hotpot buffet starts from RM 35.90+ for lunch and RM 45.90+ for dinner at Kiara 163 Retail Park, Mont Kiara. By the price point, it certainly do look like a great deal. Came here to check it out as got a free birthday meal from my brother, so instead of heading to our favourite Sukiya, we came here to try it out. Hong Kong…

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The Hotpot @ Publika

Recently, one of my Penang friend came down and we arrange a gathering. Instead of heading to our usual favourite Taiwanese Steamboat place, Gods Kitchen @ Publika, we decided to try this place out. The HOTpot in Publika because they do serve vegetarian soup (Miso Soup base) as one of our friend is vegetarian.   As walk into the place, it is an interior that is rather simple and direct. With a few tables in place, it is best advise…

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Ah Yap Hokkien Mee @ Sentul

I still remember till today that my first Hokkien Mee in KL was a shocking moment for me with a twist and quarrel with the hawker worker. Hokkien mee in KL is very different from the ones in Penang. Ah Yap Hokkien Mee in Sentul was introduce by a friend that I should give here a try. Apparently this place been operating more than 40 years and from their regular to seem them bringing their customer grandson. Menu is quite…

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Popo Steamboat Cafe @ Kepong

Seems that Kepong is filled with quite alot of hotpot or steamboat places. Few months back, friend brought me to this little hidden area in Kepong for steamboat. Popo Steamboat Cafe is operating in a open space area with canopies at the yard. You can easily miss the signboard if you are driving as at the edge of a junction and also slightly uphill.   there are quite a number of soup base to hit on. There are 8 types…

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