Endearingly called the “House of Hot Pot”, SUKI-YA Eat All You Can Sukiyaki & Shabu-shabu provides a delectable dining experience for its diners to enjoy unlimited high quality Australian chilled beef and lamb and farmed chicken that is mouth-watering. It also features a vegetable bar with a wide variety of fresh vegetables to complete your healthy wholesome meal.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 55100
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Lot No. : 6.24.04, Level 6
Lot UG (4th)-12, Upper Ground Floor,
No.1, Jalan SS7/26A, Kelana Jaya,
47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
User Ratings Summary
User rating summary from: 2 user(s)
Awesome fuss-free meat eating! Buffet bar is limited but sufficient choices!
I have been to Suki-Ya a few times with friends, usually in group of 4 or more. We tend to make bookings as Suki-Ya is usually packed with customers and we don't really want to risk not having seats or be placed in the waiting line.
Suki-Ya's choices are pretty limited in all their items which pretty much simplifies the ordering process. For example, only three types of meat are offered : chicken, lamb and beef, 4 types of soup base (which I forgot). But for non-meat eaters, their buffet bar has sufficient variety of vegetables, mushrooms and fishballs/gluten products. Personally, I like their fishball which has cheese in it.
However, Suki-Ya is pretty much a noisy place and is more suitable for people to go and have fun. Therefore, it is not really advisable for people who wants quiet dining. I like the place pretty much as I always get to have a very enjoyable time there.
Very few choices....and extra charges after the first two hours of dining
Had a chance to dine there once when my friend and I won one voucher for a free meal meaning we only had to pay 50% of the price each. What this place interests me is the idea of dipping the thinly sliced cooked meat into raw egg when it is still hot before eating it. I was informed that it will enhance the flavour of the meat. However, when I was there I dare not crack a raw egg for dipping as I am not sure if the eggs are pasteurized or not; there was this fear of salmonella.
But I did try dipping a piece of the meat into my friend’s raw egg and to me there was not much difference. We tried the sukiyaki soup which tasted a bit salty and sweet. The soup base tasted great with the vegetables and golden mushrooms. The meat (chicken, lamb & beef) were sliced really thin but I dislike the lamb as it tasted too strong for my liking. Maybe it is just because I am not a lamb person. Their soft serve ice-cream came in choices of green tea and chocolate plus a few varieties of condiments (ie. Cornflakes, chocolate rice and peanuts).
However, I feel that the price is very steep with just limited choices of food at RM 29.80 ++ (lunch) and limited time of 2 hours with additional 15 min blocks at RM 3.50. In my opinion, this place is not worth the visit if you are not a heavy meat eater.