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Shabu Sai (Changi City Point)

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Shabu Sai, an authentic Japanese restaurant that serves all-you-can-eat Shabu-Shabu and Sukiyaki buffet, is poised to present a delightful dining experience at affordable prices at its premium location in Changi City Point.

Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 22:00

Sat - Sun: 11:30 - 22:30

+65 64449569
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Worth Your Every Dollar

Cheap priced good quality meat that the service staff will ask to help top up before I could open my mouth. Sukiyaki and seafood soup base was good. Vegetables and dessert had a small selection though.  Had a good time with family during non peak hours in overall :)

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• 01 Jan 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Do not step into this place

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Not worth paying for such limited variety of food. Selection of dishes is just pathetic. Better off going to other hotspot places.
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• 27 Nov 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Worth Your Every Dollar

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Cheap priced good quality meat that the service staff will ask to help top up before I could open my mouth. Sukiyaki and seafood soup base was good. Vegetables and dessert had a small selection though.  Had a good time with family during non peak hours in overall :)
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• 01 Jun 2014 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

Bad service and poor food quality

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This is my first time to Shabu Sai. It was a weekend lunch buffet. The service was so poor - cutlery not present and when we ask for it, the staff told us we can grab it ourselves. I had checked out the reviews online and thought there would be side dishes eg. Mini rice bowls like in the orchard central branch. However, there was absolutely nothing. When I asked the staff about this, he told me the price was different (cheaper meaning) so the menu is also different. The staff were just chatting away all these while, totally no service so I really wonder what am I paying service charge for. 
I was hoping the food will make up for the quality but alas! It was bad.... So little choices and the quality was lousy. The meat slices were inconsistently thick and did not taste fresh. The soup were indeed horribly salty and tasteless like what other reviewers were saying. Should have listened to them. There will not be a next time. 
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