Puchong is another food hub, a serious food hub where all the eateries are populated over here. The very first place I came across this area years back, I find Puchong is the place for steamboat; of those all-you-can-eat types of steamboat.
A latest addition to this food hub is thai style all-you-can-eat BBQ steamboat.
If you were bored with the just the limited choice of BBQ pork that I have posted earlier, here is another one I would like to recommend.
Duk Soo Ne
The lively Solaris Mont Kiara is now the Korean hub, with a lot of Korean eateries, be it BBQ or modern or authentic Korean Retaurant, they are just mushroomed over the area, such as Sae Ma Eul, Gogi King, Palsaik, Gangnam 88, Café Bene… and etc.
Now the latest trend of Korean eating is Eat-All-You-Can type. And here you get the unlimited refills of BBQ Pork at just Rm 29.99. Yes, hear it, it is just Rm 29.99 per pax at
Where is the place with all kind of fancy food such as crabs, Japanese noodles, bar, seafood … that comes under one roof? With a cosy ambiance and funky environment which is the kind of place for gathering and get together?!
Too much of Chinese food feast?! Guess it is time to freshen up the taste buds and give a break to the stomach from Chinese food.
There has been hype on the Korean BBQ with cheese dip at a side for quite some times and I have yet to try it on. Glad to have the bff(s) around, together with her drinking partner, we checked out this place that people has been talking about.
The biggest regret while I was in Saga, Kyushu last year was I never get try out the marbling Saga beef in its homeland. I was overjoyed when there is one in KL that serves really great premium cuts of Saga beef and my buddy decided to splurge me on my birthday this year. We were both in heaven when we got to taste the real Saga beef in KL.
And so I just came back from Japan last month. One of the things that I regretted NOT doing while I was in Japan was trying out the Yakiniku because the fear of smoky scent plastered on our outfits. I was overjoyed again when I got a ping from Cleansui Malaysia; was invited for a collaboration dinner with Gyukingu and Straits Wine Company in their latest outlet.
Gyukingu Japanese BBQ Restaurant
Golek… golek… golek…
Fancy BBQ but you hate flipping the BBQ skewers all the time?!
Hehe, here is where you should head over because there is this auto skewer machine that will help you with the chores and on and off counter-checked by the staff to assure skewers are ready to be eaten.
Located up at the 7th floor in Pavilion kl, here is one of the newest restaurants in the city. This is not an ordinary yakiniku restaurant serving just Japanese BBQ, but it combines the all-you-can-eat buffet concept with lively entertainments going around.
ROCKU Yakiniku Japanese Charcoal Grill