My dear friend, Khee…had left for India again. A few days before her departure, we decided to meet up again for her farewell dinner. My girlfriends decided to pay me a visit at my place since it’s been quite a long time they ever come to “my territory”! Did some silly camwhoring and girl-talked for a while…. then left for Puchong for our dinner!
AiWei and I was initially contemplating whether to have Shabu-Shabu or head straight to Bumbu Bali. We ended up at the Shabu-Shabu restaurant since Lick insisted that we should give this Japanese steamboat a try.. I’ve never had any shabu-shabu, so it’s kinda new and I wasn’t reluctant ‘not to try at all’!
Since the last time MeiYen reviewed on this restaurant, and reminded us that there’ll be lotsa people, we decided to go there earlier. We managed to choose our places to sit comfortably as there were not many people yet still…. We then saw people swooshing in later while we were eating. Luckily we were here earlier ;P
We optioned for the buffet dinner at RM25 per person. If you can really eat, it’s really value for money!! They serve ala carte too, with price as low as RM1 per plate of steamboat dish… but the serving is very small!
This is a Japanese Steamboat restaurant and what’s different is that, instead of sharing a pot of broth like we normally do at typical steamboat restaurant, each of us get a pot to cook the dishes ourselves Just put in whatever that’s available on the conveyor belt and cook! We just put in lotsa vege, pumpkin, tomatoes to make our broth yummier! and…. we had fun doing that!
The dishes served were kinda ordinary… I thought that, what makes it special were only the conveyor belt concept and a pot for yourself. Yet still, I enjoyed it We had fun trying each others “soup” See… we still prefer sharing ;P
With soya sauce, fried shallots, chopped spring onions… what else ya? I still prefer that sauce I had at Bar-B-Q Plaza 😉 The chili was good. If it’s hotter it’ll be better definitely!
Let see what we had… yikes! Didn’t get to capture everything that I ate.. Was in my pot.. Cooking!
and sausages?? Ok…. thought they would serve Japanese dishes, but it turn out to be dishes of a different origin…
For dessert, we had slush! From the self-service counter, they serve grape and orange slush. Preferred the grape version although it tasted like Ribena to me!
Ok. I was really full. We headed back to my place after that and celebrated a one-day-late mooncake festival! The moon was still as round and bright as ever! Hung up lanterns and pictures taking time! Took lots to fascinate!