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Suki-Ya is a restaurant specialising in hot pots. Diners get to enjoy unlimited beef which are of top quality, as well as pork and farmed chicken. Suki-Ya also has a vegetable bar, consisting of a wide array of fresh vegetables. continue reading
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11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:00
Public Holiday
11:30 - 22:00
Public Holiday Eve
11:30 - 22:00
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Shabu Shabu Sukiyaki
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Level4 2014-11-16
Full Suki-Ya review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/11/suki-ya.htmlOperating under the Creative Eateries Group of companies, Suki-Ya is their Japanese hot pot buffet concept, offering unlimited all-you-can-eat meats and vegetables for a reasonable price. In particular, Suki-Ya, as its name suggests, specialises in the Japanese style Shabu-Shabu and Sukiyaki, both of which consist of boiling thin slices of meat. Prices are similar to other buffets, budget about SGD $37 per person for a meal here.Ambience at Suki-Ya is distinctly Japanese, with decor resembling a Japanese guest house. Furniture and wall panelling is wooden, with distinct Japanese grid squares. Traditional lanterns and sake casks line the entrance. The only break from the overall ambience at Suki-Ya is the Healthy Salad Bar, which looks like a typical buffet spread.Service at Suki-Ya is good, but not outstanding. Staff are efficient are taking orders, as well as serving, clearing dirty or empty plates, and are friendly and polite. However, it's difficult to attract their attention during peak periods, and they also forgot several of my orders during my visit. Bill payment is also self-service, at the cashier. But I like that staff are able to make recommendations on the various soup bases.Food at Suki-Ya is buffet style, with staff serving you the selection of meats you order, while vegetables and non-meat items are self service at the Healthy Bar. The only meats available are beef, chicken, or pork, all thinly sliced, with a noticable absence of fish and seafood. The salad bar is decent, with a wide range of vegetables, which are often replaced with other varieties of items when it runs out. As for soup bases, I suggest getting the traditional Japanese soups, for authenticity.I particularly like the Spicy Miso Tare Sauce, or Soy Bean Paste Sauce, which has a savoury base with a hint of spicy heat. The Garlic Chili Sauce is also very good, fiery and fragrant!The Sukiyaki soup base is a dark brown, savoury and sweet base of soy sauce, wherein the sweetness is more prominent. Meat cooked in Sukiyaki is usually dipped in a mixture of beaten raw egg with soy sauce, before being eaten. The Touyu Miso soup base is a clear white, savoury base of miso, popular during winter. The soup tends to foam during cooking, and meat cooked in Touyu Miso is usually dipped in a mixture of white sesame sauce / Goma Tare, before being eaten. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-29
A kind of Hot Pot steamboat experience, Suki-ya was now offered in Buffet style. Four soup bases in the list, I opted for the Shabu-shabu. I still remember last time I was taking Suki-Yaki and Touyu Miso, they were both decently famous. The price was $21.90++ during dinner, additional $2.00 if having it at weekends. Unlimited Premium Meat provided yet we had to watch out our time, only 100 minutes was given.Eat as much as I can, I was excited with the dishes fully occupied at our table. I cannot say their ingredients displayed at the bar were all healthy, because most of them were frozen foodies. Anyway, the important thing was delicious for me. I was enjoying the pot with my DIY dipping sauce, Beef, Chicken and Pork were obviously fresh and filling. Reasonable price, their service, ambience and food-quality were all up-to standard. continue reading
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Level3 2013-09-25
If you are looking for something filling and not very sinful, try this steamboat buffet! This outlet at Bugis+ is quite big but the table arrangement is quite poor. At times 3 person has to squeeze into a 2 person table. After getting our ingredients from the buffet counter, there is not much space to place them on our table.There are a few soup bases for you to choose and you can try 2 out of the few choices! I usually order the Soya Sauce and the Kimichi soup bases. The food taste better after boiling in them. I love their beef and pork that are thinly sliced and being cooked in a matter of seconds! Before putting it into your mouth, dip them into a bowl of sesame sauce which you can request from the waiter or waitress. The combination is great and I just can't stop cooking another slice and another slice... .... continue reading
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This “House of Hot Pot” is designed to offer heart-warming dining experiences at equally endearing prices. We enjoyed unlimited, top-quality beef, pork and chicken that are oh-so-delicious in their own right. Another highlight of Suki-Ya is its vegetable bar featuring a wide variety of fresh vegetables to round up the meal with a healthy touch. Along with sumptuous soups and broths, dining at Suki-Ya is bound to perk up everyone’s taste buds! continue reading
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Level3 2013-06-12
Who doesn't love a healthy Japanese style shabu shabu with free flow of meats? I do, of course. As a big fan of steamboat, Suki-ya is by far one of my favorite place to satisfy my craving especially during those evil rainy days and you desperately need something to hot to warm your grumpy stomach. I first discover Suki-ya at a corner of Marina Square, but too bad it has closed down due to renovation. But thank God they are expanding their business and there's a branch which is quite near to me, at Bugis+!So it is a serious affair between myself and Suki-ya. I walked in feeling very happy and immediately order 2 of my usual soup - the clear soup and kimchi soup. Though the kimchi soup does not taste spicy at all, I would still prefer it than their sukiyaki soup (not a fan of sweet soup). After that is the battle of picking my favorite sides and vegetables for the shabu shabu. Of course, Golden Mushrooms are something I will die for to have them put inside my pot of boiling soup. Followed by the Cheesy Cheesy Meatballs which the cheese will literally burst inside your mouth and burn your tongue if you are brave enough to pop the whole thing into your mouth. Finally, the meat. There's 3 meat to choose from - chicken, pork and beef. These meats are thinly sliced so that it will be cooked once you shabu it for like... 10 secs? But to play safe, it is good to cook the chicken and pork thoroughly to prevent you from having diarrhea for nothing. The ingredients are fresh and very worth the money. One can easily sit there and just eat the meat throughout without feeling guilty. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)