If you live in KL, or if you’ve ever dropped by the main townships for a visit, you may have passed by a Suki-Ya store. It’s incredibly popular and there are plenty of locations throughout the Klang Valley where you can find a branch.
Don’t let this extensive franchise fool you though, the quality of the food here is hard to beat. The all-you-can-eat shabu-shabu soup base is a fan favourite.
Other soup bases (including sukiyaki, miso and kimchi) are all equally as good. Beef, lamb and chicken slices are available, and the restaurant’s ‘salad bar’ offers an exceptionally diverse range of sushi and vegetable choices.
Do note that Suki-Ya is not halal-certified, and they serve beer (upon order). However, they have stated that their meat supplier is halal certified and they don’t add alcohol to their soup bases or sauces.
Price: RM34.80++ for Lunch (11.00am to 5.00pm) and RM41.80++ for Dinner (5.00pm to 10.00pm), additional RM3.00 on weekends and public holidays. 50% off for children between 5 to 12 years old; children below 5 years dine for free. Each dining party is allocated 120 minutes, RM5.00 will be charged for each additional 15-minute block. Locations: Suki-Ya currently has nine branches in Klang Valley.
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