Suki-Ya @ Tokyo Street, Pavilion

7/06/2013 06:03:00 pm


sukiya buffet




I bet we've make those angry customers feel so frustrated, where they need to wait wee bit longer to have our "photo session" ended. ^^"

It's been a while I've tried Japanese Buffet! The last one I tried is Shogun. The main reason we tried this Japanese Buffet is very simple: The price!

sukiya buffet price

RM29.80 for lunch, so cheap!! :D

However, the food was so-so only, not much choices in foods as there are only vegetables and 3 meats. If you are vegetarian or you want to go for cheap buffet, you can consider this! 

Anyway, some pictures taken on that day:

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Le main entrance of Suki-Ya

Nice, clean environment!

For diners, you get to choose 2 types of soup out of 4. 
Since we dine in such a big group, we ordered all 4 of them! :D

Left: Kimuchi, Right: Shabu-Shabu

Left: Miso, Right: Sukiyaki

To me, I prefer Kimuchi as it taste like Tomyam! (Okay, maybe not that strong as it's plainer than Tomyam) It lifted up my appetites as I find the rest of the soups are too salty (Salt is my enemy). Unhealthy maybe, but Kimuchi taste less saltier.

They serves some Sushi as well! But not much option. As you can see from this picture, they make it in a rough way. :|

Desserts only have icecreams, comes with Green tea and chocolate. 
You can add the topping based on your likings.

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Customers: "When is our turn??"

By the way, it's better for you to make pre-booking. Or else, you may ended up queue-ing for long time.
Unless, you come at the non-lunch or dinner hour!

Another restaurant that I would suggest if you don't mind queue-ing up would be Two Pesos @ SS2. Full write up here.

Suki-Ya @ Tokyo Street / Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

168 Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Lot No. : 6.24.04, Level 6
Telephone +603 2141 4272

Suki-Ya can be found at Paradigm Mall and Mont Kiara!

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  1. 30 bucks for steamboat is still quite expensive I feel. When I saw the title it looked tempting. But when look again, as you mention, not much choices... :(

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    1. Usually if Japanese buffet that around this price is quite cheap, but yea, not much choices of food. So Overall I think it's nearly unreasonable. :(

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  2. For me, RM30 for 2 hours all you can eat is not enough but acceptable, om nom nom...

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    1. Yup! Especially for a person who loves to eat Japanese food like me! ^_^

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  3. Omg! I love Suki-ya! My fav soup is sukiyaki. True that there isn't a huge variety of food but they have what I mainly eat anyway so it doesn't matter to me. And i miss their ice cream! I miss this!

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    1. come, lets go there again when you come back! ;)

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