Nagomi Shabu Shabu @ Menara Hap Seng

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Swish-Swish. It is now an easy-peasy cooking chore
What I meant to say was Shabu Shabu. To be even precise; it’s Nagomi Shabu Shabu & Sushi Bar.
In appreciation of the lucky draw sessions organized during the floggers’ nite at Kin Shui Tei, we get to enjoy a set of shabu shabu treats at their sister company; Nagomi.
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A shabu shabu outlet relatively different from the ones we have been to, this is a Japanese restaurant that serves authentic Japanese cuisine, with its main focus on shabu shabu, literally means ‘swish-swish’. We find Nagomi in Menara Hap Seng a comfortable place to dine in. It has quite a classy interior, with a contemporary Japanese trend while incorporating a modern dine-in fashion. There were also well-partitioned areas for groups of friends, families or even business lunch meetings if they prefer some privacy.

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Broths available were: Nagomi, Spicy & Chicken (for additional pot to try different flavours, it cost RM8)

We had Nagomi (their signature broth) of course, since we’re in Nagomi 🙂
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We were given the choice to try one of their sets. Chris and I settled down for their Ribeye Shabu Shabu set, which is priced at RM39. It is also available at RM21 (150g) via add on.
The set includes:
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Ribeye – the Australian beauty best swished with the Nagomi broth.
Assorted Vegetables – Shiitake, Pumpkin, Leek, Bamboo shoots, Tofu and Cabbages. Choices of noodles or rice were also available to go with our set. The person in charge were kind enough to offer us another portion of noodles; so we had Udon and Shirataki noodle (Japanese glass noodle)

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the accompaniment sauces:
Goma (ground sesame, soy sauce, kelp stock, sakae and sugar), Chili and Ponzu (soy sauce and juice pressed from a bitter orange, sweet sake and kelp).

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We saw an eye-catching poster upon entering the outlet that reads: Bento Lunch – RM14.90++
Chris opted for the Chicken Teriyaki Set since he is craving for the glaze of teriyaki again. The chicken and tofu was satisfactory, but I adore the salad especially. Very appetizing and flavoursome.

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Check out their affordable bento!

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Too bad we have no more room for desserts. Did not manage to indulge in some healthy natural goodness from Dessert’s Bar (also their sister company). 
Nagomi Shabu Shabu
Menara Hap Seng
Suite 1-19, 1st Floor
The Podium
Menara Hap Seng
Jalan P.Ramlee
50250 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
Tel: +603 2141 6332
visit http://www.nagomishabushabu.com/ for more info.

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12 Comment

  1. thule a.k.a leo says: Reply

    yummy… that adds to another place in Menara Hap Seng that I want to try…
    1) Elegant Inn
    2) Hakka Republic
    3) Nagomi…
    sigh.. too many places.. no time to go

  2. J2Kfm says: Reply

    the sauce makes all the difference. and the thinly sliced beef.
    yummy stuff, shabu-shabu. comforting.

  3. ai wei says: Reply

    makan makan!!!

    sobz, cannot see you gals next week… sobz sobz!

  4. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    Leo~
    me too… i need a job badly to go for those ;P lol.

    J2Kfm~
    yeah they do. I heart the goma sauce!!

    aiwei~
    hehe… we shall go for more food soon! hang on there on your study break!!

  5. xin says: Reply

    been to nagomi n jaya33 thrice. really love the shabu shabu! they serve meehoon now with the set? hmm it was rice for me

  6. Big Boys Oven says: Reply

    walio so nice lar this place and food also awesome!

  7. Big Boys Oven says: Reply

    walio so nice lar this place and food also awesome!

  8. taufulou says: Reply

    heee..one of my fav japanese buffet restaurant. much better than outside that kena tipu alot..

    their board put shabu shabu but turns out to be very normal chinese steamboat!..cis!

  9. Leon Koh says: Reply

    what a great blog~~~!!! love all the pictures.. yummy!!!!!

    will be back for more read!

  10. Leon Koh says: Reply

    what a great blog~~~!!! love all the pictures.. yummy!!!!!

    will be back for more read!

  11. Little Inbox says: Reply

    Day one itself, you've savor so many stuffs. Must be a great food hunting trip.

  12. QQ says: Reply

    Hi xin….

    that is not meehon..
    it is called shirataki, the Japanese glass noodle… low carbohidrat and very Q… really nice to eat with shabu-shabu…

    I like this noodle than others when I eat shabu-shabu!

    Now Nagomi is doing the Bonenkai set promotion… got snacks, sashimi carpaccio, main dish and many more… can try…

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