Japanese, Our Baby, Pa-sonaru

Suki-Ya @ Pavilion, May’s Birthday Dinner

October 3, 2011

Ever since my first time trying Suki-Ya in Singapore Marina Square, I have tell May that it will be good that she can try it as well as she loves Sukiyaki. So I’m pretty excited to know that they open a branch here in KL when Pavilion launched their Tokyo Street not to long ago.

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It does resemble a street in Tokyo and also house a dozens of eateries inside. Was invited to try at the Ochado outlet too a few months back but didn’t have time as I was going through a busy period.

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Eat all you can Sukiyaki and Shabu Shabu. Dinner pricing starts from RM39.90++ and Hong Leong Cardmembers have a promo where kids eat for free.

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The selection wise in the Pavilion branch is lesser compare to the one at Marina Square, but they do have the cheesy fish ball that I love.

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We chose the Sukiyaki and Shabu Shabu soup base this time around since Jasmin were there and don’t take any spicy food.

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Raw eggs are essential to go with Sukiyaki. There’s also some difference here in KL where the dipping sauce is already prepared in advance and the servers will just pour it out to you before your meal.

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Another difference is of course the selection of meat. In Singapore, there’s Chicken, Beef and Pork. While to cater the Malaysian market, the Pork is replaced by Lamb. Meats were fresh and you get unlimited refill as long as you can stomach it.

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Kayden learning how to use chopsticks.

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Ice cream for desserts is free flow as well, and Kayden here is feeding some to May.

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Kayden with a chocolate moustache.

The meal was pretty reasonable, since we unlimited flow of meat, however I feel that the selection are somehow limited, unlike the one in Singapore.

Suki-Ya
Lot 6.24.04 Level 6
Pavilion Shopping Center
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur
Tel No : 03-2141 4272

After dinner, we head home to cut the birthday cake that I got from Chen Tiang Cake House.

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Still using very old skool card box to keep the cake.

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Tiramisu, which is not really like Tiramisu.

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Kayden was actually more excited since he get to blow the candles!

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A family shot, Kayden already too occupied to blow the candles. Happy Birthday dear! And it’s also 9 years anniversary, when she agreed to be with me.

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4 Comments

  • Reply Santhi October 3, 2011 at 2:49 pm

    We used to order from Chen tiang osso, my frens family business hehehe

  • Reply JD October 5, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    @santhi

    I remembered you all mentioned before, who’s it already?

  • Reply KY October 10, 2011 at 4:08 pm

    looks like it might be a good idea to hop over there for lunch one of these fridays

  • Reply JD October 10, 2011 at 5:07 pm

    @ky

    It’s pretty alright here, but the one in Singapore is a must try…especially if they have the Sake promo where you can drink all nite long!

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