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Suki-Ya (112 Katong)

Asian, Japanese

24%100%

13 votes

66363789

Sun - Thu: 11:30 - 16:00

Sun - Thu: 16:00 - 22:00

Fri - Sat, Sun & PH: 11:30 - 16:00

Fri - Sat, Sun & PH: 16:00 - 22:30

$28 based on 7 reviews
Enjoy unpretentious and soulful Japanese hotpot at Suki-Ya, as the restaurant offers unlimited top quality beef and pork at affordable prices. Suki-Ya also features a vegetable bar with free flow of fresh greens to provide an overall balanced dining experience. See what foodies like this place for
Kbombgoh • 21 Jun 201411 reviews 0 followers

Ambience is clean and spacious. Though booth seats are falling apart with the back seats being shaky and almost detached off. But the soup bases are tasteless, especially the Tom Yam soup that we had. The sukiyaki soup was not that bad as we could fix it by placing more vegetables like carrots leeks and mushrooms and corn into it (that's the extent of tasteless-ness. You need to fix it just like a Masterchef challenge). But the meat is quite...

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Kbombgoh • 21 Jun 201411 reviews 0 followers

Ambience is clean and spacious. Though booth seats are falling apart with the back seats being shaky and almost detached off. But the soup bases are tasteless, especially the Tom Yam soup that we had. The sukiyaki soup was not that bad as we could fix it by placing more vegetables like carrots leeks and mushrooms and corn into it (that's the extent of tasteless-ness. You need to fix it just like a Masterchef challenge). But the meat is quite...

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Websterlkc • 17 May 201422 reviews 0 followers

Japanese style steamboat buffet, it's provide 6 type of soups but I think is merely 5 type (plain water didn't count). The soups is Kimuchi,Tonyu Miso,Butaniku (Pork Bone), Sukiyaki (Soya Soup), Shabu Shabu (Like Plain Water), Laksa. The food ingredient has meat slice (pork, lamb and chicken), meat ball, squid ball, watermelon, honeydew, carrot, noddle, rice noodle, needle mushroom, grey mushroom, mushroom, vegetable, and corn. The food variety is minimum and without seafood and the soup taste is average, but...

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DestinaL • 14 May 20142 reviews 0 followers

Passed by Suki-ya at i12 and decided to try it out with my boyfriend. It was during lunch and place wasn't crowded. Went in, waitress told us we need to pay additional for drinks and I was kinda annoyed as it is a buffet and they are charging for drinks.. Which I find it a bit odd and felt cheated. Food variety was normal and the meat served was of average quality. One thing I love, their miso tare sauce. Their pork broth And kimchi broth are also quite good.

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