I was nursing a very bad throat infection and cough which has plague me for the past 1 week.
The restaurant just opened up in Nex Mall after which they specifically told me to feature on my blog.
We requested for a table and were told that we had to be put on a waiting list which might take about 30-40mins. This meant that we only had an hour to eat.
Knowing that we spent a bit of time on finding a spot for a carpark and had came all the way here, we decided to just put our names and number in the waiting list.
However once we told them we were a group of 5, they told us that they have a table which could fit us perfectly.
Adult was charge at S$21.90 for the buffet. A little pricey but most buffets in Singapore are within these range so I thought it was quite affordable.
|Fried Food Section|
The thing is, you don’t know why is it there, but it’s there alright.
It’s main purpose is to entice you and make you stuffed on cheap eats so that ultimately the Restaurant wins in the game of Buffet.
Overeating on rice,cheap finger foods and starch.
You do not want to go there, believe me.
Paying over S$20 for rice, fake crab meats and overly fried chicken wings is unjustifiable when you actually here to eat shabu-shabu.
|Interior of Shabu Sushi|
The interior of the place with the conveyor right next to out seat. This is common with a lot of sushi places.
Each of the soup pot had a divider so we can have 2 soups in one pot.
The choices were Spicy Tom Yam, Chicken soup and Sukiyaki.
Since we were sitting for 5 we had 2 of the soup pot which mean we can choose up to 4 soups.
Dad and Mom chose Spicy Tom Yam and Chicken soup, while we had the Sukiyaki and Chicken soup.
Don’t know why but the Sukiyaki soup was bland and so was the chicken soup. The Spicy Tom Yam fared better.
Something to add that little of stomach space..NOODLES!
I like that you don’t really have to always go with rice as rice can really feel you up quickly!
A little bit of swish-swoosh action and it’s all done.
|Food from conveyor|
There were not that much variety as I hoped, I thought the vegetables were quite limited and they could have also included more shabu-shabu type of meat or even fish? I guess it’s more like Yong tau foo style conveyor.
Service was slow but overall it was ok. Not that I would run back anytime soon to have these again.