Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Sukiya @ KL Pavilion

Oooh! I finally got to try out the ever famous Suki-Ya @ KL Pavilion.
Let's see what makes it so special.
KL Pavillion - Sukiya 2013Eat-All-You-Can for about RM29.80++ sounds really affordable.
The dinner is kinda pricey!
KL Pavillion - Sukiya 2013-001KL Pavillion - Sukiya 2013-008Healthy bar where all the vegetables, fish balls are.
Quite standard, if you frequent other steamboat buffet outlets before, the items are almost the same.
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Plenty of sauces for you to choose from, not very japanese though.
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Yes, steamboat is all about the soup base.The black one is the famous suki-ya soup base, something Japanese-ish finally!
Mildly salty, nothing special to scream about for a soya sauce based Suki-ya.
The white one is miso soup base that doesn't have any miso taste at all.
KL Pavillion - Sukiya 2013-004They only serve Green Tea Ice Cream dessert, which taste more like milk than green tea.
KL Pavillion - Sukiya 2013-006The line is getting longer and longer outside and I don't really understand why.
KL Pavillion - Sukiya 2013-009To be honest, apart from the soup base, everything seem so ordinary.
It doesn't really leave a deep impression in me, it's just another normal steamboat.
I will leave it up to you to see if the price they charge is going worth it or not.Information:
Suki-Ya @ Tokyo Street / Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Lot No. : 6.24.04, Level 6
Suki-Ya Website


  1. I tried this before few years back. Nothing special except for the all-you-can-eat meat. XD Good for carnivores ehehehehe

  2. I will be trying this tomorrow. Was hope for the best but I guess I'd better not. XD


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