Khee was back to India to pursue her study. A month of her holiday has passed, it happened so fast. And before she flied back, we had a little farewell dinner together. 6 of us headed to Puchong for steamboat buffet.
Let’s shabu-shabu! After reading MeiYen’s review on this place, I am so eager to drop over for it. Well, Puchong is not my ‘territory’ and I have no idea where this restaurant located… until that day, Chris (Christine’s darling) brought us over.
Shabu-shabu restaurant is offering eat-all-you-can concept. What you have to do is to purchase a ticket for the buffet (where seating is on first floor). And for those who prefer to have a-la-carte meal, you can take a seat in the ground floor dining area.
Shabu-shabu is featured by 8tv, Ho Chak! before.
Rm 25 nett per pax
Seasoned baby octopus, Fu Chok, dumplings, Chicken sausages, fried fish which were good for flavouring, fish cake, Enoki mushroom
Pork slices. Freshly in pink and I myself had 2 plates of this.
Fried yam roll. Thumb up for this! Both me and khee loved this a lot.
We also had some Fried dumplings.
The food offered is quite ordinary and that’s the conveyor belt which made this place different from the others. But of course, you can show off your culinary skill in your own pot of soup. Add up everything to make your very own broth. Another thing is that, everyone is given a pot instead of sharing which is a very hygiene idea.
No. 19, Jalan Puteri 1/6,