When mum is out of town 2: Yaki-Yaki Japanese BBQ Buffet Restaurant
50% off! Excited e?!
We were super excited after reading this flyer and planned to dine in and try out their dinner. Right away, we called up for reservation. It was fully booked for the night but they do accept walk-ins. Hence, my family and I hurried down town in the evening to grab ourselves a table.
Yaki Yaki Japanese BBQ Buffet Restaurant is located in the heart of the golden triangle in Federal Bowl. In conjunction with their opening, they come up with this romotion: 50% discount on all buffet, lunch, hi tea, dinner and supper.
The promotion starts from 16 March and end on 30 April 2009.
Price (before discount): Lunch RM65++, Hi-Tea RM55++, Dinner RM75++, Supper RM65++
Inside yaki yaki Japanese BBQ Buffet Restaurant
Food wise, let’s have a look on what they served.
Due to the pre prepared, they are all cold.
The batter for tempura-ed prawn is thick. All of these are not to my liking. but still have to finish up after taking em.
A variety of sauces for the BBQ-ed food
Besides those raw materials from the serving counter, you can also order others like: beef belly, lamb belly, scallops, unagi… from the menu. It is quite caring that they put up the required grilling time for each of them. But… never really depends on it. It is just the suggestion timing for the food to be cooked. You have to depend on the availability of charcoal and fire/flame as well.
Others from the serving bars/counters
Among all, the flavourful spaghetti and the chawan mushi are the best for that night.
I wondered if the freezer is working right.
On the left, the ice creams are very soft and moist. On the right, the ice creams are super hard for a single scoop.
Yaki-Yaki is mainly focused on the BBQ, that’s why they named as BBQ Buffet Restaurant. Be aware of the BBQ smell once u have finished your meal and stepped you feet out of this place.
Namely for Japanese BBQ, I don’t feel any Japanese-style in this place (besides the decoration, maybe). Most of their dishes are made to suit local people. The range is limited and I don’t quite like the raw material they served. The materials are not really fresh. Moreover the sizes for the material are small. My dad kept complaining that the oysters are very very small in size as compared to Jogoya or Tenji. What’s more I could say?! There is nothing to shout out about and there still lenity of rooooooomssss for improvement!
Yaki-Yaki Japanese BBQ Buffet Restaurant
Ground floor, Federal Bowl,
Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur