Saturday, November 19, 2011


Anybody who knows me will know that I'm not a Steamboat/Shabu Shabu person and I won't choose them in my food list (Yes, I'm a list person) even I don't know what to have I still will not resorted in having Steamboat/Shabu Shabu.

Went to Suki-Ya at Pavilion to give it a try 2 weekends ago and I'll definitely put Suki-Ya in my food list. NO! Steamboat/Shabu Shabu will still not be in it. It's just different with Suki-Ya! Well it's a much more healthier kind of Steamboat. Read on and you'll see what I'm talking about. 
Pricing and partial menu
As you can see their interior is in Japanese style for Suki-Ya is located at Tokyo Street of Pavilion. Nice?
Wooden bucket lamp *screams cuteness*
Sorry for the lame lighting, I didn't really set my camera lighting correctly. PHAIL :(
They have a Healthy Bar. It doesn't have a wide range of food where you can find at any of the Steamboat/Shabu Shabu places. Though it's just enough for you to take ALL in (if you can). After all it stated 'Healthy'. They do not have a dessert bar but they have a soft ice-cream machine and assorted toppings for you to make your own ice-cream. They have Vanilla, Chocolate and a mix of Vanilla and Chocolate flavours, just like the ones we used have in Mc Donald's. Love max!
Veges from the Healthy Bar
Variety of mushrooms 
Check out at the most right two round Japanese Tofu alike on the left plate. It's actually disguise CHEESE Japanese Tofu! At the first bite I thought it's one of those fish cakes but then bits of CHEESE melted in my mouth and texture of the fish cake is so soft and smooth. Next time around I'll just have all of those! Yumz....
They have soup base of Shoyu, Sukiyaki and Kimchi. We went for the Kimchi (left) and Sukiyaki (right). Check out their sauce too, I don't know what does the black sauce is but it's tasted a mixture of Shoyu, Vineger and a hint of lemon! Goes well with chicken or lamb. The red sauce is not chilli sauce, I don't know what it is either but it has bits of garlic, very small amount of chillies and other stuff. It goes well with all types of meat. I love it a lot!
STACKS of meats!
Suki-Ya has 3 choices of meat for you to choose from. Mind you is ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT for all the meats. They have Chicken (bottom), Lamb (middle) and Beef (top). You can choose which meat you can to have or ALL. We went for ALL of the choices! *greedy* LOL!

The meats are all very fresh, the thickness is nicely cut and the portions are generous! For me the chicken is just quite normal to have so it's not that special. You still can go for chicken.
Gone with all the healthy food
Sukiyaki soup base makes all your food SWEET. I love it very much! At the beginning it might be too sweet but once you boil the meat and vegetables they all go so well. Every bite of the food is Sukiyaki~~~ *like a song wtf LOL!*

Kimchi soup base is not too spicy, I'm a person who can't take spicy food, so I mean not too spicy, it might mean mild spicy to those who take their spicy food seriously. At the end of the meal, the Kimchi soup is full of flavour with all the goodness of meat and veges. *drooling*
Aarrgg... raw meat, here I come!
Just a few swaps and it's ready to be eaten
By the way, I think is the special pot they use. The soup doesn't seem to dry up quickly. We only added the Kimchi soup ONCE and it's towards the end of the fulfilling meal. There's still some left for the Sukiyaki soup base when we completed the meal. I guess the meat and veges that soak up the soup only the soup reduces ROFL!
Happy me with my food 
One thing I like is the electrical stove they use. It's safe, it doesn't make you sweat throughout your whole meal and you don't have to keep adjusting the fire volume when you are boiling the food, it's already been set properly.
Dessert time! Mix flavour (left), Chocolate flavour with raisins and chocolate flakes
You can eat it with cone too ;p
Would definitely go to Suki-Ya again and again and again! It blow me off! Blogging this makes me hungry... 

Lot 6.24.04 Level 6, 
Pavilion KL Shopping Center
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2141 4272