Here we go, as there is a new opening of Japanese Sukiyaki theme in Pavillion called Suki – ya, which my visit were treated with varieties of fresh thin slice of Chicken, Beef , and Lamb to dip in any 2 of 3 favorite soup! My fav - sukiyaki soup & kimchi!
They have a copy of instruction, basically guide you on how to eat with each different sauces they provide.
The meat they served is succulent, and whilst if you dip those fresh meat into beaten raw egg and dipping into the boiling stock, and topping with misotare sauce ; the taste just so heavenly.
Personally I like the Ponzu ( Shoyu with vinegar ), because dipping with it vegetables make it taste more sweeter and melt in your tongue.
Where else the meat (lamb or beef ) is best served with misotare sauce. Some sense of spice and miso dwelling in your senses! You just can keep on ordering those fresh slice meat over and over again and of course don’t waste your table food yup.
You even can create your own dipping sauce. This restaurant serve premium pasteurized egg, and to enjoy, simply dip freshly cooked meat into egg.
What I love most is the vegetables - mushroom, cabbage , raddish, carrot add flavor to your stock. And the best part is to finish your stock with fresh udon or soba!
Icing on the cake will be the dessert = Japanese ice cream. Sprinkle some peanut chips or jelly to enjoy.
All the fun and foodie pleasure will only cost around RM 34 ++.
The best : The fresh slice sukiyaki meat of all choices and fresh stock for your choice, superb customer service.The dipping sauce is one special keynote to start our appetite.
Maybe improve : Varieties of dessert
Spending per head: Approximately RM30(午餐)Other Ratings:
Value for Money 3