Japanese Buffet


There is a hidden gem in this new building, Sunway Nexis where currently slowly growing with a few F&B operators in there. The hidden gem in this building is this Eat All you Can, Japanese Buffet known as Aoki-Tei by Umai-ya group.

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This is not the typical buffet that serve on the full range at the side hot plate table as this is ala-carte buffet. Order,eat fresh and hot.

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this is the super star of the night as most of the sashimi are fresh.

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Best of all if you are alcohol person, you just need to top up a certain amount to get free flow from either Tiger Beer or Sake. We opted to go with their house sake. No complain on the quality.

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It was a great birthday celebration and we all had a very satisfying meal. As pricing wise certainly fits all our pocket. RM58++ for lunch and RM78++ for dinner. The menu features about 80 dishes (including drinks and desserts) and everything can be ordered without limitations, even beer and sake!

*Pork Free

-= KA CHING =-

Food rating 8/10 , great food for such price tag. Recommended! -Stamped-

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


Aoki-Tei Japanese Buffet Restaurant (青木亭放题)
Unit D-GF-05, Sunway Nexis
Jalan PJU 5/2
Kota Damansara

Business hours: 11.30am – 2.30pm, 6pm – 10.30pm

Tel: 03-6143 6868 (Reservations highly recommended)

Anyone of you can think one of the best Japanese buffet spread available or to recommend? This is the constant question I got asked by my friends as they know I always hunt for food. Well, one of the restaurant I can remember was this restaurant Jogoya Japanese Buffet  which offers a huge Japanese Fushion Buffet that located on the top floor of Starhill. My last dining experience in this restaurant was 3 years ago where Jogoya was the most popular buffet spread available that often customer are spoilt with their huge selection, which I think offer more than 100 types of dishes.

In Jogoya, if you are a VIP member, you get to try out some special food selection compare to other normal diners as they reward more exclusive range that will be given a certain numbers of special receipt to clip on and drop to the bowl.

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As 3 years ago, this restaurant also offer one of the finest quality in buffet spread as overall they fare pretty well. As time pass, I wanted to visit this place again, alot people told me that their standard drop had then stop me from re-visiting not until recently, friends came down from Penang and requested that they wanted to dine in here. So, here we go again on coming here enjoying this buffet.

This round I am not going to write alot but to spam alot of pictures on what is available in this restaurant.

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Their interior design of the place is very cozy, filled with hard cement flooring, filled with wooden chairs and tables… Dim orange lights are shine towards each individual tables that provide you a cozy dining experience.

Let’s head what is available in the store:

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always in Japanese food, the first section that every one will attack is this sashimi area which filled with lots of raw food.

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Fresh Oyster. . .

Lately, one of the Japanese Buffet that a few bloggers wrote and heavily circulated around email is Tao Japanese Buffett, eat-all-you-can that located at Sunway Giza been flock with KL folks and people around there. What I  know that Tao was originated from Penang as I used to go there often to celebrate birthday occasions and because of its pricing and food quality. The place was constantly full and not until recently the restaurant had landed in KL, and seriously if you want to go there, please make a booking.


They still maintain their interior decorations but the one in Sunway Giza the interior is more classic and cosy to dine in.

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Tel: 03-6148 2826

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There are two types of seating area which is the normal seats more like the old classic fastfood chain style. . .

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and if you have a group of people and want some private section then they do have the tatami style.

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