I have rarely hit into buffet spread as my capacity of eating it is no longer there. However there are a few ones that I would give exceptional. Like this new buffet spread in Kurata Japanese Fine Dining in Parkroyal Hotel offering shabu-shabu and sukiyaki buffet that offers great spread and especially the quality of sashimi served with pricing as :
- Chicken Sukiyaki option, priced @ RM68 per person
- Australian beef + Chicken @ RM88 per person
- Angus beef + Chicken @ RM128 per person
If customer show this poster (below) to Kurata Japanese Fine Dining ‘s team, they will enjoy our Australian beef buffet at RM68 per person.
For lunch, Kurata Japanese Fine Dining offer two options for shabu-shabu and sukiyaki lunch buffet from 12pm – 2:30pm :
- Australian beef + Chicken @ RM38 per person
- Chicken Sukiyaki & Spicy Miso Hotpot @ RM38 per person
Meats such as Chicken and Australian beef are refillable. Sashimi is not refillable. Side dishes are not refillable. It is all subjected to 10% service charge and 6% SST.
Kurata Japanese Fine Dining is newly renovated and operating just about 6 months in the hotel is gaining its popularity among Japanese diners.
These are part of the menu, as this Japanese Buffet in KL is offering order from the menu instead of a whole long line of food offerings at the table. They are prepared fresh from the kitchen as you order. Full menu click here
If you are a good drinker, then you have an option of topping up with RM 100 to enjoy free flow drink. From 4pm – 10pm (with 2 hours limit)
There are 3 different types of soup base available:
- Sukiyaki – this is bent towards more sweet base
- Spicy miso – personal favourite with recommended
- Shabu Shabu Original – one of the best option too
What you can help yourself are these sauces and condiments from the table right in the middle. Including Green Tea too.
For different package as mention the only difference are: Agnus beef where the quality of meat is nicer and for Australian beef it is also pretty good enough for me (on the right)
There are plenty of sides that you can order and just do order those you can finish. Try to avoid food wastage. Edamame to start off with.
and of course how can we miss out the sashimi. They even serve maguro for sashimi, that is where I ate at least 10 pieces. Salmon Carpaccio and Salmon Sashimi are all pretty good too. Fresh and the cut is pretty generous.
For Sushi, it is pretty good too. I had
- Salmon Nigiri Sushi
- Spicy Salmon Nigiri Sushi
- Seared Salmon Nigiri Sushi
- Tamago Nigiri Sushi
- Inari Sushi
- Spicy Salmon Nigiri Sushi
- Crunchy California Roll
- Nanban Fried Chicken with Tartar Sauce
- Agedashi Tofu
- Kaarage Pepper Chicken Wings – this is recommended as goes so well with beer or sake
- Teppan Grilled Spicy Chicken
Grilled Sanma Saury with Japanese Salt
Some healthy option which is the chef special : Tofu Salad
Of course we do have our drinks too. I had a few high balls and a few bottles of Cold Sake to go along. It was indeed quite a satisfying dinner.
The only little problem to find this outlet is you have to walk through this buffet spread restaurant to reach Kurata Japanese Restaurant.
Indeed for RM 68 + buffet spread is quite a good value for me. As easily we eat in any of the Japanese restaurant with gathering, you will be spending around RM 50-RM 80 per head. With this, it is a buffet spread that every one gets to enjoy.
Lower Lobby, PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur,
Jalan Sultan Ismail
50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: 03-2110 0226
Lunch : 12pm – 3pm
Dinner: 6.30pm – 10pm