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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!In case you’re wondering about the significance of the three numbers within the name of the restaurant, here is the lowdown: “7” indicates seven types of meat slices such as abalone, beef, chicken, Dory fish, lamb, pork and venison; “9” as in nine types of soup base including herbal, kimchi, bak kut teh, miso, spicy, pepper, pork bone, tom yam and winter melon; and “8” represents eight types of special sauces: spicy and sour, Thai, bean curd, dark soy, peanut sesame, chilli oil, green spicy and the signature 798 Suki. For those needing a break from all that meat, an abundance of fresh vegetables lie in wait on the buffet counterMore info
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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!Suki-ya is an “all-you-can-eat” Japanese restaurant that offers both shabu-shabu and sukiyaki dishes. Start by choosing from four soup bases: the traditional shabu-shabu, sukiyaki, miso and Kimuchi (a mix of Kimchi and spicy Miso). The best thing about dining at Suki-ya is the unlimited servings of freshly sliced beef, chicken and lamb. Rest assured, all meats served are halal-certified. A well-stocked vegetable bar stands patiently to complement your meal, while an a-la-carte menu is an alternative for those wanting more variety.More info
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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!Hailing all the way from Ipoh, Nanzo One Shabu has opened a branch in the busy hub of SS2. Four variants of soup bases are available: miso, porridge, spicy and tomato. The health-conscious will be delighted to learn of the restaurant’s main priority, “eat healthy”, is practised. This means that the soup bases contain no MSG. Depending on the time of day, the restaurant offers a buffet and a set menu. For the shabu-shabu set, there are six options to choose from. If in doubt, go for either the Australian Beef Shabu Set or the New Zealand Lamb Shabu Set. A free-flow of fruit juices, homemade desserts and Haagen-Dazs ice cream help Nanzo One Shabu score extra foodie points!More info
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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!Mo Mo Paradise is a Japanese buffet restaurant that offers shabu-shabu, barbecue and teppanyaki. Four choices of conventional soup bases that most steamboat lovers are accustomed to are available: clear, chicken, herbal and tom yam. Let the cooking begin with a medley of sliced meat, meat balls, surimi, fresh seafood, and greens to choose from while a diverse selection of dipping sauces wait to be experimented withMore info
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