A japanese Hotpot Buffet restaurant.
Me, Mom and brother ate here on a weekday afternoon. We chose Sukiyaki and Shabu shabu out of 3 options. The other choice is kimuchi broth, but me and bro don't take spicy food. We kinda regretted ordering the shabu shabu, since the taste was very bland. Mom said next time we can just take sukiyaki for both sides of the pot instead.
The meat is free flow. We ordered some plates of chicken and pork. No beef for us as we are Buddhists. In the middle section of the restaurant, there is a selection of tofu, veggies, noodles, eggs for sukiyaki and some condiments. Free flow also. I basically took 1 or 2 of everything. Went great with sukiyaki.
Service? When we asked for a bowl of rice TWICE to share, it didn't even come. So we pretty much just forgot about the matter an carried on eating.
I saw a sign where ice cream was available only during dinner time. Maybe I should come during the evening then.
I would definitely come back here for a meal!
Ate at this restaurant this afternoon. Considering today is new year eve, the buffer per pax is quite cheap! Lunch is $15.90 regardless of weekday, weekend or public holidays. Dinner is $17.90 The hotpot is 2 compartment type and you can choose from 3 type of soup base - sukiyaki, shabu shabu and kimchi. Personally, I think that the sukiyaki is the best. Shabu shabu is a bit plain. Haven tried kimchi yet.
In terms of meat, there are 3 types - pork, chicken and beef. You will need to order from the waiter and waitresses and they will deliver to you in square trays. Each tray contain around 8 - 10 slices of meat. Personally, I ate 11 trays with my girlfriend. The meat is quite alright, especially the pork. What type of beef, I'm not really sure. Not an expert in this field.
Other than the meat, there is a middle section where you can take the other ingredients - veg, tofu, udon, eggs, etc. Nothing special there, just like all other buffets. The condiments section is worth a visit. Goes well with the meat.
Service wise was quite prompt. Nothing special as it is a buffet. Thing to note is that you can only stay for 80 mins for lunch, 100 mins for dinner (if i not wrong). Got 'reminded' nicely when my 80 min is up. LOL.
Ambience wise, was alright since it is at marina square. Not much oil, smoke and heat.
In conclusion, a nice cheap place to 'down' lots of meat for japanese hotpot.
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