Hi people, how did you guys spend the triple 10-day???
I had mine with food, food and more food...
After Jogoya, Yaki-yaki, Tenji, Munakata, Saisaki, Shogun, Tao... and here comes another one, located in the newly established mall - Fahrenheit88 - Midori Japanese Steamboat & Buffet Restaurant.
Due to their new opening, Midori Japanese Steamboat & Buffet Restaurant is now having a new opening promotion priced at
RM 50++ for Lunch , RM 68++ for dinner (Original price: RM 79.90++)
+ Special Offer:
Ladies dine in at half priced only which is RM 34++ (only available during dinner)
And 3 Gents 1 free!
*** Promotion until 15th October 2010 ONLY (till this Friday!)
Please forgive me for the poor quality of photos and these are what i managed to capture before the battery dies.
Japanese cuisine line
Chinese Stir Fried Seafood line
Fruits and Desserts
Cakes, Jelly, Puddings and Tong Shui too
And also Haagen Daaz Ice Cream!!!
Drinks Selection are:-
Juice: Mango juice, Orange juice, Pink guava juice, coconuts;
Coffee: Cappaccino, Black Coffee, Espresso...
Tea: green tea, Jasmine tea, Oolong tea, Pu Er
The desserts selections are limited to fruits, chocolate fountain with cookies and marshmallow. ais kacang, puddings, jellies and cakes are available at the desserts counter.
All sort of sashimi(s), marinated jellyfish.
prawn cocktail, grilled salmon, cheese bake scallops, smoked salmon
Steamboat with assorted veges and seafood. and that's the big fat juicy imported Zuk Tan or Bamboo Clams or Razor clams; we had these whole night. We opted for the Dong Gui soup base which was fragrant with Dong Gui and herbs.
Stir-fried clams in sourish hot and spicy sauce; cold soba.
Steamed Zuk Tan with garlic and chillies
Kebab with man tou
i love most: Grilled Lamp Chop in black pepper sauce, Stir fried crabs, Steamed Zuk tan with galic and chillies ( we had a number of plates), Grilled salmon, Steamboat with the extra large Zuk tan, super fresh medium size oysters, salmon slices, marinated jellyfish ...
The variety of dishes on the buffet line was not as extensive as the other buffet restaurants but the food served was fresh and at it's quality. however the tuna slices were a lil' fishy.
The service provided was flawless. The staffs were very attentive and they collect our plates as soon as we have done with the food in the plates.
Do note that this is not a place for really authentic Japanese cuisine. Most of the dishes are prepared in a way to suit the Malaysian taste bud, ie: stir fried crabs in sourish hot and spicy sauce, steamed zuk tan with garlic and chillies....
scoops of Haagen Daaz Ice Cream coated with Chocolate from the chocolate fountain
and ended with BURRRPS ...
Midori Japanese Steamboat & Buffet Restaurant
Lot G1.27.00, Ground Floor,
Fahrenheit88 Shopping Mall,
179, Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Lunch: 11.30am - 2.230pm
Dinner1: 5.30pm - 8pm
Dinner 2: 8pm to 10pm