Yaki-Yaki Japanese Barbeque Buffet Restaurant @ Jalan Bukit Bintang

Update: (22nd Dec 2009) I have received comments saying that Yaki Yaki has been renovated and turned into another buffet restaurant called House Of Buffet. I got a gut feeling it’s the same owner.

Attention: Lots of complaints received about Yaki Yaki Japanese Buffet. Please remember to read the comments. According to many, the quality has went down hill and food are being replenished slowly. I think I was lucky to have a pleasant experience eating there when the promotion just started.

After witnessing the huge success Tenji Japanese Buffet has managed to achieve by offering 50% discount on all dining period, many other Japanese buffet restaurants are doing the same too. Xenri, Daidomon and now the newly opened Yaki-Yaki Japanese Barbeque Buffet Restaurant too.
These promotions or competition you might say, are definitely good news for Japanese buffet lovers. Anyway, yesterday was the day Earth Hour was celebrated and we happened to be at Bukit Bintang area wondering where to have dinner. We looked at Starhill’s Jogoya and it cost RM88++ per pax, pricey.. Then we suddenly remembered Yaki-Yaki next to Low Yat Plaza.
We decided to give it a try because it was quite cheap for a buffet @ RM48.75 nett per pax (including service charge and tax) We didn’t make any reservations and dined as walk-in guests.
After we got our table and paid the full amount, we were guided to a round table just next to the beverage area. Each table has its own captain in charge, and any orders for barbecue are to be made through him. To ensure the food is maintained at its freshest, Yaki-Yaki only serves the food (for barbecue only) when an order is received.

sashimi oyster unagi

After making an initial order for some scallops, unagi, beef and Chicken with Wine Soup. We took a quick tour around the restaurant to see the available choices. Yaki-Yaki has Japanese (sushi, sashimi, tempura), Chinese (cooked seafood), Western, seafood, skewers (mushroom, satay, sausage) and dessert sections.
The first thing I had was of course some sashimi, raw oysters and an Unagi sushi – just to test the freshness. The sashimi was definitely fresh and very enjoyable, that alone was enough to make me a happy person lol.

mussel unagi prawns

Mussel with mayonnaise, sushi and steamed prawns with herbs. The prawns (freshwater type) at Yaki-Yaki are very fresh, another good news for me. Among all prawns in the buffet, I found this cooking style the nicest because the herbal taste wasn’t too strong and you can still taste the prawns’ sweet flesh.

spring water egg

Perfect half boiled egg the Japanese way, called Spring Water Egg.

fragrant coconut

I think Jogoya started it, and thanks to them the newer Japanese buffets serve these mini fresh coconuts. Very sweet and refreshing! Oh you don’t have to worry that they will run out, Yaki-Yaki replenished them very quickly and generously. No need to compete with the other diners for it lol (you know what I mean hehe)


scallops

The first food to arrive from our barbecue order – Scallop with Butter Cream sauce. It was nice to see the butter melt and cooking the scallops when they are placed on the barbecue. But too bad the same couldn’t be said for the taste. By the way, the time needed to cook the food is written in the menu itself. For example the scallops need to be barbecued for 3.5 minutes, while fish typically needs 4 minutes. Better bring a long a friend who can read Chinese because the timings are all written in Chinese.

miso-beef

Miso Beef, lots of fat in this one.

bbq-miso-beef

Because they are sliced to thinly, they cook pretty fast in 1-2 minutes. And they tend to stick to the grill too.

flaming-BBQ-beef

The melting of the fat will make the fire burn even stronger. I managed to remain calm and took some photos while my gang was freaked out trying to put off the fire, lol.

lamb beef chicken satay

Left to right: Beef, Lamb and Chicken Satay, they were very spicy! Funny that only Chicken Satay was not in skewered form.

bbq satay

The list of food can be ordered for barbecue includes: Chicken Slice with Honey sauce, Miso Chicken, Lamb Belly Tender, Beef Striploin, Hokkaido Sanma Fish, Shishamo, Argentina Squid, Crab with Butter Cream Sauce, Japanese Rich Ball and Mochi and etc.

A plate of delicately prepared Japanese tofu, some more mussels and cooked scallops.

tempura-soft-shell-crab

Tempura Soft Shell Crabs, no doubt one of the most popular items in the buffet. But luckily Yaki-Yaki replenished them very frequently too. I didn’t have to wait long for it.

prawn-soft-shell-crab-tempura

Tempura Prawns,very crunchy since I got them just after they were deep fried.

sashimi-abalone-sushi

More sashimi, all were nice and fresh. Special mention to the sliced abalone with spicy chili sauce, which was great as well.

ebi-sushi-abalone-sashimi

The Ebi (prawn) is a must try, very flavorful.

sushi-prawn-unagi

The Unagi with Japanese Tofu (upper left) was another yummy dish.

scallop-ebi-sashimi

The cooked scallops at the sashimi section tasted much better than those for barbecue.

cod fish

We didn’t enjoy the Cod Fish because it got hard, dry and salty after being barbecued.

unagi

Luckily the Unagi was very nice. But you gotta pay extra attention when cooking them because they get burnt very easily. Shown here is a portion for three.

pomfret-garoupa-prawns

Whole pomfret, Garoupa (head and tail only), huge clams and tiger prawns were available at seafood section. They were very fresh as well but weren’t really suitable to go on the grill except the clams. Reason being they tend to get really dry and tasteless after being barbecued.

unagi-crab-clam-bbq

Some food tasted much better if Yaki-Yaki’s recommended cooking method was followed. Firstly, place the clams in the small aluminum foil plates. Then, fill up the plate with some Chinese wine before placing them on the barbecue grill. Although this will make them take longer to cook, you will be rewarded with tasty clams infused with the fragrance of Chinese wine. You really gotta try it.

chinese-buffet

OK, enough of what I had and lets take a tour of the restaurant. First stop, Chinese food section.

butter-prawns

Butter prawns

crabs

Cooked crabs

snails

Snails

cawanmushi soup

Cawanmushi and different types of soup

chicken herbal soup

Chicken Herbal Soup

coconuts

Fresh coconuts that come in large containers in front of the kitchen counter. I have to admit they weren’t displayed as fancy as those in Tenji or Jogoya but who cares as long as they are replenished fast, that’s what I think really matters. Other fruits like orange, apple, dragon fruit and kiwi can be found here too.

seafood section

The place to get pomfrets, garoupa, clams and tiger prawns.

satays

Raw Satays

sausage-skewers

Skewered sausages, which I didn’t try any. There’s skewered mushroom, sweet potato and corns nearby too.

tempura station

The soft shell crabs prepared at the tempura station were not only for the diners but also for the sushi section. Half of the soft shell crabs being fried here would be sent to the sushi section used to prepare California Rolls. So, no pre-fried soft shell crabs were used at all.

yau-char-kuai

Besides tempura, you can find ‘Yau Char Kuai’ and some other fried food here.

salmon sashimi.jpg

Sashimi and oyster section. This section is the best for me because most of the food tasted great.

salmon-sashimi

sashimi

Salmon Sashimi, orangery goodness!

salmon-slabs

butter-fish

abalone-sushi

sashimi sushi section

The chef is very friendly and likes to talk to the customers. He will also give recommendations if you are unsure of what to eat. Cool guy.

salmon chef

He’s so friendly that he even volunteered to pose for me while holding a huge slice of salmon.

mussels

Mussels

scallops section

Scallops

herbal-prawns

Herbal prawns, this dish is highly recommended. And next, the different types of sushi and other Japanese dishes up for grabs.

sushi-sushi

sushi

Sushi wrapped using bean curd.

omelette sushi

sushi seafood section

sushi refilling

japanese egg

instant-coffee-machine

A huge selection of drinks were available, from soft drinks to coffee, tea and fruit juice.

local-drinks-machine

The iced Nescafe was pretty good!

coffee-vending-machine

Brew your very own coffee here.

jelly-dessert

A fridge containing Fruit Jellies is located next to the drink vending machines.

sauce-station

And lastly, the Sauce Station with some unique looking containers. OK, I didn’t write a lot because I feel the 50+ photos are pretty much self-explanatory of what is served in Yaki-Yaki. Overall, very good Japanese buffet and I actually enjoyed the warm, cooked food more than the barbecue.
For RM48.75 (promotion period only, and 5% government tax and 10% service charge on NORMAL PRICE) this buffet is very worth visiting and I highly recommend it if they can maintain the quality and freshness of the food. And I think many of you want a comparison of Yaki-Yaki and Tenji, so here goes:

  • Pros:
      i. Better, fresher food overall.
      ii. Premium food like tempura, coconuts, sashimi, oyster and scallops are replenished very fast.
      iii. More attentive and efficient LOCAL staff (waiters, cook)
      iv. Tatami rooms for private gathering
      v. Longer dining period (3 to 4 hours)
      vi. Made me feel like returning!
  • Cons:
      i. Almost non-existent dessert section, only jellies and some normal ice cream served (No Haagen-Dazs here).
      ii. Very dark environment if going for dinner
      iii. Hot environment because of the barbecue, will sweat.
      iv. Less photography freedom (not allowed to take photos of the restaurant) – I was stopped by the staff when trying to take the buffet counters’ photos
  • yaki-yaki-japanese-buffet

    50% discount only from 16/03/2009 to 30/04/2009

    Buffet Lunch NP RM65++ 11:00am to 2:30pm (3.5 hours)

    Buffet Hi-tea NP RM55++ 2:30pm to 5:30pm (3 hours)

    Buffet Dinner NP RM75++ 6:00pm to 10:00pm (4 hours)

    Buffet Supper NP RM65++ 10:00pm to 2:00am (4 hours)

    Yaki-Yaki Japanese Barbeque Buffet Restaurant,
    Ground Floor, Federal Bowl,
    Jalan Bukit Bintang,
    Off Jalan Bukit Bintang,
    Bukit Bintang Central,
    55100 Kuala Lumpur (next to Plaza Low Yat)
    Reservation: +603-2142 8111

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    Update: (22nd Dec 2009) I have received comments saying that Yaki Yaki has been renovated and turned into another buffet restaurant called House Of Buffet. I got a gut feeling it’s the same owner.

    Attention: Lots of complaints received about Yaki Yaki Japanese Buffet. Please remember to read the comments. According to many, the quality has went down hill and food are being replenished slowly. I think I was lucky to have a pleasant experience eating there when the promotion just started.

    After witnessing the huge success Tenji Japanese Buffet has managed to achieve by offering 50% discount on all dining period, many other Japanese buffet restaurants are doing the same too. Xenri, Daidomon and now the newly opened Yaki-Yaki Japanese Barbeque Buffet Restaurant too.
    These promotions or competition you might say, are definitely good news for Japanese buffet lovers. Anyway, yesterday was the day Earth Hour was celebrated and we happened to be at Bukit Bintang area wondering where to have dinner. We looked at Starhill’s Jogoya and it cost RM88++ per pax, pricey.. Then we suddenly remembered Yaki-Yaki next to Low Yat Plaza.
    We decided to give it a try because it was quite cheap for a buffet @ RM48.75 nett per pax (including service charge and tax) We didn’t make any reservations and dined as walk-in guests.
    After we got our table and paid the full amount, we were guided to a round table just next to the beverage area. Each table has its own captain in charge, and any orders for barbecue are to be made through him. To ensure the food is maintained at its freshest, Yaki-Yaki only serves the food (for barbecue only) when an order is received.

    sashimi oyster unagi

    After making an initial order for some scallops, unagi, beef and Chicken with Wine Soup. We took a quick tour around the restaurant to see the available choices. Yaki-Yaki has Japanese (sushi, sashimi, tempura), Chinese (cooked seafood), Western, seafood, skewers (mushroom, satay, sausage) and dessert sections.
    The first thing I had was of course some sashimi, raw oysters and an Unagi sushi – just to test the freshness. The sashimi was definitely fresh and very enjoyable, that alone was enough to make me a happy person lol.

    mussel unagi prawns

    Mussel with mayonnaise, sushi and steamed prawns with herbs. The prawns (freshwater type) at Yaki-Yaki are very fresh, another good news for me. Among all prawns in the buffet, I found this cooking style the nicest because the herbal taste wasn’t too strong and you can still taste the prawns’ sweet flesh.

    spring water egg

    Perfect half boiled egg the Japanese way, called Spring Water Egg.

    fragrant coconut

    I think Jogoya started it, and thanks to them the newer Japanese buffets serve these mini fresh coconuts. Very sweet and refreshing! Oh you don’t have to worry that they will run out, Yaki-Yaki replenished them very quickly and generously. No need to compete with the other diners for it lol (you know what I mean hehe)


    scallops

    The first food to arrive from our barbecue order – Scallop with Butter Cream sauce. It was nice to see the butter melt and cooking the scallops when they are placed on the barbecue. But too bad the same couldn’t be said for the taste. By the way, the time needed to cook the food is written in the menu itself. For example the scallops need to be barbecued for 3.5 minutes, while fish typically needs 4 minutes. Better bring a long a friend who can read Chinese because the timings are all written in Chinese.

    miso-beef

    Miso Beef, lots of fat in this one.

    bbq-miso-beef

    Because they are sliced to thinly, they cook pretty fast in 1-2 minutes. And they tend to stick to the grill too.

    flaming-BBQ-beef

    The melting of the fat will make the fire burn even stronger. I managed to remain calm and took some photos while my gang was freaked out trying to put off the fire, lol.

    lamb beef chicken satay

    Left to right: Beef, Lamb and Chicken Satay, they were very spicy! Funny that only Chicken Satay was not in skewered form.

    bbq satay

    The list of food can be ordered for barbecue includes: Chicken Slice with Honey sauce, Miso Chicken, Lamb Belly Tender, Beef Striploin, Hokkaido Sanma Fish, Shishamo, Argentina Squid, Crab with Butter Cream Sauce, Japanese Rich Ball and Mochi and etc.

    A plate of delicately prepared Japanese tofu, some more mussels and cooked scallops.

    tempura-soft-shell-crab

    Tempura Soft Shell Crabs, no doubt one of the most popular items in the buffet. But luckily Yaki-Yaki replenished them very frequently too. I didn’t have to wait long for it.

    prawn-soft-shell-crab-tempura

    Tempura Prawns,very crunchy since I got them just after they were deep fried.

    sashimi-abalone-sushi

    More sashimi, all were nice and fresh. Special mention to the sliced abalone with spicy chili sauce, which was great as well.

    ebi-sushi-abalone-sashimi

    The Ebi (prawn) is a must try, very flavorful.

    sushi-prawn-unagi

    The Unagi with Japanese Tofu (upper left) was another yummy dish.

    scallop-ebi-sashimi

    The cooked scallops at the sashimi section tasted much better than those for barbecue.

    cod fish

    We didn’t enjoy the Cod Fish because it got hard, dry and salty after being barbecued.

    unagi

    Luckily the Unagi was very nice. But you gotta pay extra attention when cooking them because they get burnt very easily. Shown here is a portion for three.

    pomfret-garoupa-prawns

    Whole pomfret, Garoupa (head and tail only), huge clams and tiger prawns were available at seafood section. They were very fresh as well but weren’t really suitable to go on the grill except the clams. Reason being they tend to get really dry and tasteless after being barbecued.

    unagi-crab-clam-bbq

    Some food tasted much better if Yaki-Yaki’s recommended cooking method was followed. Firstly, place the clams in the small aluminum foil plates. Then, fill up the plate with some Chinese wine before placing them on the barbecue grill. Although this will make them take longer to cook, you will be rewarded with tasty clams infused with the fragrance of Chinese wine. You really gotta try it.

    chinese-buffet

    OK, enough of what I had and lets take a tour of the restaurant. First stop, Chinese food section.

    butter-prawns

    Butter prawns

    crabs

    Cooked crabs

    snails

    Snails

    cawanmushi soup

    Cawanmushi and different types of soup

    chicken herbal soup

    Chicken Herbal Soup

    coconuts

    Fresh coconuts that come in large containers in front of the kitchen counter. I have to admit they weren’t displayed as fancy as those in Tenji or Jogoya but who cares as long as they are replenished fast, that’s what I think really matters. Other fruits like orange, apple, dragon fruit and kiwi can be found here too.

    seafood section

    The place to get pomfrets, garoupa, clams and tiger prawns.

    satays

    Raw Satays

    sausage-skewers

    Skewered sausages, which I didn’t try any. There’s skewered mushroom, sweet potato and corns nearby too.

    tempura station

    The soft shell crabs prepared at the tempura station were not only for the diners but also for the sushi section. Half of the soft shell crabs being fried here would be sent to the sushi section used to prepare California Rolls. So, no pre-fried soft shell crabs were used at all.

    yau-char-kuai

    Besides tempura, you can find ‘Yau Char Kuai’ and some other fried food here.

    salmon sashimi.jpg

    Sashimi and oyster section. This section is the best for me because most of the food tasted great.

    salmon-sashimi

    sashimi

    Salmon Sashimi, orangery goodness!

    salmon-slabs

    butter-fish

    abalone-sushi

    sashimi sushi section

    The chef is very friendly and likes to talk to the customers. He will also give recommendations if you are unsure of what to eat. Cool guy.

    salmon chef

    He’s so friendly that he even volunteered to pose for me while holding a huge slice of salmon.

    mussels

    Mussels

    scallops section

    Scallops

    herbal-prawns

    Herbal prawns, this dish is highly recommended. And next, the different types of sushi and other Japanese dishes up for grabs.

    sushi-sushi

    sushi

    Sushi wrapped using bean curd.

    omelette sushi

    sushi seafood section

    sushi refilling

    japanese egg

    instant-coffee-machine

    A huge selection of drinks were available, from soft drinks to coffee, tea and fruit juice.

    local-drinks-machine

    The iced Nescafe was pretty good!

    coffee-vending-machine

    Brew your very own coffee here.

    jelly-dessert

    A fridge containing Fruit Jellies is located next to the drink vending machines.

    sauce-station

    And lastly, the Sauce Station with some unique looking containers. OK, I didn’t write a lot because I feel the 50+ photos are pretty much self-explanatory of what is served in Yaki-Yaki. Overall, very good Japanese buffet and I actually enjoyed the warm, cooked food more than the barbecue.
    For RM48.75 (promotion period only, and 5% government tax and 10% service charge on NORMAL PRICE) this buffet is very worth visiting and I highly recommend it if they can maintain the quality and freshness of the food. And I think many of you want a comparison of Yaki-Yaki and Tenji, so here goes:

  • Pros:
      i. Better, fresher food overall.
      ii. Premium food like tempura, coconuts, sashimi, oyster and scallops are replenished very fast.
      iii. More attentive and efficient LOCAL staff (waiters, cook)
      iv. Tatami rooms for private gathering
      v. Longer dining period (3 to 4 hours)
      vi. Made me feel like returning!
  • Cons:
      i. Almost non-existent dessert section, only jellies and some normal ice cream served (No Haagen-Dazs here).
      ii. Very dark environment if going for dinner
      iii. Hot environment because of the barbecue, will sweat.
      iv. Less photography freedom (not allowed to take photos of the restaurant) – I was stopped by the staff when trying to take the buffet counters’ photos
  • yaki-yaki-japanese-buffet

    50% discount only from 16/03/2009 to 30/04/2009

    Buffet Lunch NP RM65++ 11:00am to 2:30pm (3.5 hours)

    Buffet Hi-tea NP RM55++ 2:30pm to 5:30pm (3 hours)

    Buffet Dinner NP RM75++ 6:00pm to 10:00pm (4 hours)

    Buffet Supper NP RM65++ 10:00pm to 2:00am (4 hours)

    Yaki-Yaki Japanese Barbeque Buffet Restaurant,
    Ground Floor, Federal Bowl,
    Jalan Bukit Bintang,
    Off Jalan Bukit Bintang,
    Bukit Bintang Central,
    55100 Kuala Lumpur (next to Plaza Low Yat)
    Reservation: +603-2142 8111

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    141 Comments on “Yaki-Yaki Japanese Barbeque Buffet Restaurant @ Jalan Bukit Bintang

    1. JM

      Friends, I have not been to Yaki-Yaki but after reading thru some of the comments above, it had confirmed my suspicions of its tremendous similarities to Jogoya. Hence I will not waste my time or $ on Yaki-Yaki. Anyway, I will tell you all that when I was at Jogoya recently, there were cockroaches running around on our table as we were out getting food. I had managed to take a photo of it & brought this matter to the staff but they just shrugged it off. I had also submitted my complaint on their web-site – but again, no response (no surprise there!).

      Anyway, you may read the full review here:
      http://jmerb.blogspot.com/search/label/Cockroach

      Reply
    2. helen

      thanks for d photos…mayb will think bout it…how’s the current price?:)

      Reply
      1. Anonymous

        This is current promotion of yaki yakiya now.
        http://s740.photobucket.com/albums/xx45/oceanwind85/?action=view&current=sept-poster.jpg

        Last Week i just eating at this restaurant. I eating at lunch time, There alot customer and almost full house. Lunch promotion so cheaper now, RM18.90++ only. But no serve sashimi and osyter at this promotion, so sad to me.

        Reply
    3. i had dined in yaki-yaki today. it was the worst customer service i’ve ever had by the current supervisor – Queen. showed her disrespectful to customers very well. lunch time should be 11am-2.30pm. but at 2.10pm she started to collect plates that still serving food on my table without asking my permission. when i was complaining to her, SHE DIDN’T EVEN CARE and ran away. at the end, i “forced” to get out of the restaurant and by the time it was only 2.15pm. in conclusion, it was the worst experience for me in F&B industry in malaysia. it wasn’t worth for us to spend money (service tax) to get this kind of bad customer service. customers should be very happy during and after enjoying their meal. thanks for attention to all consumer. spend your money intelligently by choosing the right restaurant with right customer service. we have consumer rights.

      Reply
    4. YX

      anyone knows about this month’s promotion??

      Reply
      1. This month them no Have any special promotion. And Hi tea and Lunch is upto RM28.90++ per pax .
        http://www.flickr.com/photos/yakiyakiocean/3979327131
        Actually, I am working at yakiyaki also. ^^

        Reply
    5. pennee

      Ocean, may i know how much per person for the friday night supper?

      Reply
      1. Anonymous


        pennee:

        Ocean, may i know how much per person for the friday night supper?

        Reply
    6. Pennee, now our supper is running 10% discount in RM39++ now. You can call up 03-2142 8111 to take reservation.

      Reply
    7. Miss Ng Yng Yng

      just for ask,when will get for promotion again??

      Reply
    8. This promotion until month of end. And next month we still no yet planning.

      Reply
      1. Frederick

        For October promotion that cost RM28.90 include sashimi and osyter or not ? Actually what is the difference for Sept and Oct promotion except from the price change ? Any changing in menu ?

        Reply
        1. This Month we have serving sashimi already. And now have 4 kind of culture can be selected already.

          Reply
          1. Frederick

            Thx for ur info^^ I really appreciate it^^

            Reply
    9. Kang

      How much per pax for this saturday(dinner 6pm-10pm) ?

      Reply
      1. Our dinner period is start on 5.30pm~10.30pm and this coming saturday is RM 66.70net per pax.
        You can call up to make reservation 1st. Our contact NO 03-2144 8111

        Reply
    10. jazz

      wan to ask if wan celebrate birthday .. got any promotion for it ???

      Reply
    11. jason ck

      i want ask that november got any promotion…thank you

      Reply
    12. sm

      anyone knows about this month promotion???

      Reply
    13. sm

      Dec have any promotion??

      Reply
    14. have any promotion on Dec 8?
      how much per person on Dec 8??
      please reply by faster….
      thank you….

      Reply
    15. wai kit

      =.=” TOTALLY speechless.. today i go there, i only saw some paper stick on the door.. about “renovation”…
      When the Yaki Yaki will open? close down or what?

      Reply
    16. ervin

      i went to yaki yaki yesterday… even worst. they didn’t turn on the lights in front of the entrance. i was surprised. when i walk in, a security guard chase me out and says “sudah tutup”.

      Reply
      1. wai kit

        =.=” ervin… the yaki yaki is close… u didnt see the paper?? ” renovation ”
        you just lie.. see also know they didnt open

        Reply
    17. ervin

      wai kit. i only noticed the paper after i walked to the side of yaki yaki. sweat. really no luck.

      Reply
    18. QiQi

      It’s been replaced by House of Buffet. I believe it’s the same owner.

      Reply
    19. xx

      wat house of buffet?izzi same v yaki yaki?got bbq?

      Reply
      1. Anonymous


        YX:

        anyone knows about this month’s promotion??

        Reply
    20. jing

      next year promotion ?

      Reply
      1. jing, I believe Yaki Yaki is no more, House Of Buffet has replaced it

        Reply
    21. jing

      oh no, who can get me other buffet place suggest ! tq

      Reply
    22. ct

      now de yaki-yaki are replaced by house of buffet ,,,den ]
      got any changes anot ??I mean de food ..still got bbq anot ?

      Reply
    23. Ac

      I’ve just been HOB recently for “Hi Tea”. Oh No!
      what a food we had. Just eat those left over food from lunch. Pizza, So called turkey, fried chicken (cold n hard) cold noodle n some left over shell seafood. Luckly its only 2 tables. If more,…I don’t know what are we going to eat. May only pizza??. Yes they still have BBQ, but limited choice. Paying RM45++, well I think its
      not worth it for hi-tea.

      Reply
    24. cpydiana

      is the restaurant still “alive”?? has it been closed or it just moved to somewhere??

      Reply
      1. I believe this has closed

        Reply

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