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Back to Suki-Ya#02-183B/183C, Marina Square Shopping Mall, 6 Raffles...
Evans and Raevian
 • 07 Apr 2014 11 reviews 0 follower
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If you love sukiyaki, if you love shabu-shabu, then this is the place for you.
 The good thing about this restaurant is their unlimited servings of thinly sliced meat at an affordable price.

To begin with, they have a few soup base for you to chose from.You get to choose 2 types of soup base for your hotpot buffet.We decided to go for “Shabu Shabu” (salty) and “Kimuchi” (slightly spicy).

Ala-Carte Menu - buffet price only include the unlimited meats and the items off the healthy bar. The items on their ala-carte menu are chargeable, and the variety is pretty limited.

80 minutes Buffet - lunch buffet is limited to 80 mins, so every minute counts for us! So while waiting for the soup to boil, we wasted no time and quickly hit the “Healthy Bar” to fill our plates with the healthy greens.

Healthy Bar - they have a large counter filled with endless amounts of tofu, beancurd skin, bamboo shoots, mushrooms, crabsticks, meatballs, cheese balls, corn, carrots, fish cakes and cheese tofu, among others

Condiments - they have a range of sauces for you to mix the creation to your own liking!

Meat - i must say this is the highlight for us. Basically, its unlimited servings of sliced chicken, pork or beef. Each tray comes with about 8 pieces of meat. The meat is sliced very thinly and the meat was fresh and sweet!

Overall, quality of the food was decent, service needs to be improved. if you don’t mind the nonchalant service and simply just want to savour unpretentious and affordable Japanese hotpot with free flow of meat, this would be the place for you.

I spent $25 per person.

Must tries: chicken slice, Pork

I also recommend this place for:
After Work, Birthdays, Brunch, Buffet, Large Groups/Gathering

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