Friday, 4 May 2012

Suki-ya Shabu Shabu @ Tokyo Street,Pavillion

Almost forgot about this post.This was happened on Chinese New Year.Suki-ya was our destination for our lunch during Chinese New Year.We had make a reservation before the day we go because every time passed by this restaurant always long queue outside.

Their lunch start from 11.30am-5pm.When we arrived at the restaurant, it was still quite empty but come 12.30pm, the place was packed with diners. Service was excellent despite the restaurant being full house, our tea was replenished without us having to signal any of the waiting staff over and so was our meat. Definitely a satisfying lunch experience.

They have 4 tasty soup base to choose from.Shabu-shabu-Low calories and light on the palate, wafer thin slices of meat dipped into simmering konbu broth and cooked for a few seconds is popular in shabu-shabu.a light clear savoury konbu broth), Sukiyaki- Cooked in a sweetened soy-sauce broth, sukiyaki is a favourite of both the young and old.i (sweetened soy sauce broth), Miso soup- Miso is made from fermented soybeans, full of antioxidants like vitamin E, as well as protective fatty acids(salty), kimuchi- A mildly spicy soup made with authentic Kimchi base, spicy Miso and various vegetable base. Enjoy it with spicy Miso sauce, hot pepper or garlic.( the one i like the most).We went for 4 type of soup base since we serve two pot for a table with 6 person of us.

This mini guide to enjoying a delicious sukiyaki plus info and tips on how to cook the meat and vegetable proved to be very useful. 

miso soup and kimuchi soup

There is a choice of 3 meats here, beef, lamb and chicken. The Australian beef and lamb are cut in paper-thin slices.You can order as much as you can eat.I not really fancy with meats so i go for their healthy vegetable bar.

 The healthy vegetable bar is always stocked with fresh greens, premium pasteurised eggs, noodles, mushrooms and tofu. They have specially made dipping sauce available or you can always create your own favourite sauce. They also have an a-la carte menu with choices ranging from tofu to the ever popular salmon sashimi.

 We claimed the sukiyaki soup look alike Bak Kut Teh

On top of the free flow meat and vegetables, you also get free flow ice cream to end the meal. How awesome is that. Vanilla, chocolate or a mixture - take your pick and go wild!

The price for buffet is RM29.80++ for lunch (120 min) and RM39.80++ for dinner (120 min).  (Additional 15mins block at RM3.50). The price excluded of drink,we order green tea(free flow) only at rm2.Very reasonably priced, no wonder this place is packed! The staff will informed you before the 120 minutes has reach.

Long queue outside the restaurant

Suki-Ya Shabu Shabu,Pavillion
Location: Suki-Ya, Lot 6.24.04, Level 6, Pavilion KL Shopping Centre, 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Opening times: 11.30am - 5.00pm (Lunch); 5.00pm - 10.00pm (Dinner)
Tel: 03-2141 4272

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bukan senang nak senang said...

Does this restaurant has HALAL certification?

bukan senang nak senang said...

Does this restaurant has HALAL certification?

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