Mo-Mo Paradise @ J’s Gate Dining, Lot 10 KL

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Have you guys checked out J’s Gate Dining at Level 4, Lot 10 Kuala Lumpur and which have you guys tried out?

So far I have tried out Yayoi, Kagura Ramen, Tsujiri, Torikin, Japanese Curry Noodle & Udon over here…

And not long ago, there is this new addition to J’s Gate Dining…

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Mo-Mo Paradise

An authentic All-You-Can-Eat Shabu-Shabu and Sukiyaki restaurant chain that first opened its door in 1993 at Shinjuku Kabukicho, Tokyo. It is then expanded all over Japan and then to Taiwan, Thailand, China, Vietnam, USA, Cambodia, Indonesia and now, Malaysia.

Mo-Mo-Paradise focuses on a wide variety of fresh, high-quality ingredients, accompanied with warm hospitality which gives you the feel as though you are in Japan; and price per pax is pretty reasonably too!

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All-You-Can-Eat Shabu-Shabu and Sukiyaki:

Rm 68++ per pax for single pot (1 soup base)
Rm 76++ per pax for mix pot (2 soup bases)
100 minutes time limit
All meats, vegetables, water and teas are refillable within the time limit
Non-alcoholic beverage such as sodas and coffee are also refillable at Rm 4.50.

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Vegetables Market is filled with a variety of fresh greens for you to choose from.

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Salad is available too, with dressings such as Yuzu dressing and Goma dressing.

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Once you are seated, the staff will come round and explain to you on the difference of soup base available. They will also guide the diners through the process of choosing the meats and demonstrate on how to enjoy both sukiyaki and shabu-shabu.

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Sukiyaki broth is made of soy sauce, mirin, dashi and you bring all the ingredients simmering in the broth. Whereas Shabu-shabu soup base is made of dashi which are mild clear soup for you to swish the slices of meat for a few times until they are cooked.

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Feel free to dilute with water if you found it too salty and thick along the way during your sukiyaki experience, or add in sukiyaki sauce if it was too diluted. Their broths are pretty authentic. I had once tried the Sukiyaki and Shabu-shabu in Tokyo, the flavour was just like this. Glad to have found something similar in KL!

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There are 3 types of sauces available; ponzu and gomadare (sesame sauce) to pair with you meat, as simple as that. And my favourite goes to this! Remember to coat the cooked meat slices with the fresh raw kampong egg as it gives an amazing chemistry with the Sukiyaki-ed meat. You may also flavour your kampong egg dips with chili padi and minced garlic. Not to mention, the meat slices provided by Mo-Mo Paradise are all at top notch quality; Australian beef and lamb, and sakura pork shoulder loin and pork belly.

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Wanna dine in a more authentic way? Add in ramen or white rice into the Sukiyaki broth and continue filling up your tummy with them! As for me, my tummy was burst and couldn’t fit in more after numerous plates of pork belly and Australian beef! Yum!!!

Mo-Mo Paradise Shabu-Shabu & Sukiyaki
P1-10/11 Level 4, Lot 10 Shopping Center,
Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur.
Operating hours: 11 am till – 11pm
Tel: 03-2110 3588

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