Shabu-Shabu Buffet @ Nagomi Japanese Restaurant, Menara Hap Seng

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Let’s feast with your eyes before reading the details, shall we?!


Lots of Steamboat ingredients


Fresh seafood


1. Huge Scallops 
2. Fresh Prawns 
3. Oysters 
4. Super huge Bamboo Clams or Razor Clams


All types of greens (Vegetables) that can go into your hot pot. You name them…


Fish slices


Slipper Prawns



Meat Slices are all readily done at the counter. 




One of the stars of the night – Live Baby Lobster!!! However, we were told that this is not available daily. 


Struggling, struggling, struggling. 
It was struggling soooo hard!!! 


Alright, now, move back to the tables and heat up the hot pot with just a touch. 
While waiting for the soup to boil, stuff yourself with some appetizers as below… 


Tofu in the glass







Fried Idako 


Also, remember to prepare the whole table of ingredients like what we did… 


Scallops was one of our favourites of the night; huge and juicy. 
Duck, Lamb Shoulder, Chicken and Beef are always the great stuff to go into the hot pot. Just dip the meat slices into the hot boiling broth and swish it back and forth for some times. Then enjoy them with the dipping sauce. We had a lot of lamb and chicken slices. 
The naughty Live Baby Lobster was so lively and crawling out from the bowl. We’d had a hard time dueling with it 😀
Salmon slices are available during 8 – 9pm (for dinner session). You can have them raw (just like salmon sashimi) or have them cooked. I love my salmon slices go into the hot pot for 2 seconds and they will appear raw in the center and cooked on the outer part. 

Nagomi prepares a variety of sauce to go with your cooked meat, vegetables or seafood.

Thai Chili Sauce
Wafu dressing – similar to the Japanese salad dressing, goes great with salad; 
Ponzu – the mixture of mirin, vinegar and soy sauce that goes great with the cooked vegetables and and raw salmon; 
Nyonya sauce – or the Cincalok sauce that localized to our Malaysian tastebuds; 
Goma sauce – the Sesame sauce which is made of ground sesame, soy sauce, sugar, seaweed and etc; compatible well with the meat slices and vegetables;  
Kyuri Sauce – best to go with the fried stuff . 

Get the sauce ready at your table 🙂

Though the soup that Nagomi prepared is already flavoured with konbu and bonito, you can always flavour the soup based on your preferencs with soup paste such as Toban Miso, ginger and kimuchi. 
Time to cook the ingredients in the pot and …. eat them 🙂 
Before that, add in the white vegetables, mushrooms,  bamboo shoots, onions, leeks and other condiments to create a more flavourful broth. 

Do end your meal with some pudding desserts and fresh fruits from the counter.


Guess what?! 

Now you can enjoy the great deal at just RM 32.80++ per pax. There is no hassle to purchase the coupon or anything from those deal sites in order to enjoy the meal! All you could do is just make a call and reserve you seats at Nagomi Japanese Restaurant. Oh, by the way, this shabu-shabu buffet is only available in Menara Hap Seng outlet, don’t run to the wrong place!

I would say this is really a great place to hang out with friends, have a small gathering with self service buffet line; or you can happy-hour-ing here with the friends, family or colleagues as Nagomi is offering Carlsberg bucket at RM 30+ for their customers who are having Shabu-Shabu Buffet!!! 

Why wait?! Call to make your reservation now. Their buffet line is really value for money!

The buffet line is available on
Weekdays Dinner: 6pm – 10pm
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays: Lunch: 12pm – 2.30pm ; Dinner: 6pm – 10pm

Nagomi Japanese Restaurant
Suite 1-19, 1st Floor
The Podium
Menara Hap Seng
Jalan P.Ramlee
50250 Kuala Lumpur
Tel:             +603 2141 6332 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting            +603 2141 6332      end_of_the_skype_highlighting      

Webpage here

Special thanks to Debbie and Nagomi Japanese Restaurant for the kind invite.

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