Munakata Unlimited Ala Carte Japanese Buffet – RM60+ @ Jalan Sultan Ismail

**Nov 2001 update: Life Centre is undergoing major renovations but Munakata is still open for business as usual.

***Munakata has updated their menu, click here for the latest update***

A few weeks ago a friend, Exkay (who happens to be a reader of my blog, as well as a junior in my high school) sent me an email suggesting that I review Munakata‘s Japanese buffet. This is an excerpt of the email:


The restaurant is called Munakata, not sure whether you’ve heard about it but it had been around for quite awhile and it’s popular among Japanese.
They used to be in Menara Promet ( opposite Menara Genting ) then moved to a bungalow in Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, and currently moved to Life Center in Jalan Sultan Ismail.
They serve fabulous buffet @ RM 49.90 when they were in Menara Promet. The atmosphere was great as well since the captain himself is a Jap and all the waitress dressed in Kimono. Buffet varieties are huge too back then.
Munakata’s Buffet was never about the varieties. It was always about the Quality rather than the Quantity. They serve arguably the best Unagi Kabayaki and Sake Sashimi.
Their cooked items taste so much better than the norm. Oh yes. they have a sushibar manned by a Jap chef. and yes all your sushi in the buffet are hand made.
So I hope you could give the restaurant a shot, cause after the first time being there about 5 years back. I was hooked with it till now.

I knew Munakata because I have been traveling along Jalan Sultan Ismail quite often. It is just located above TGI Fridays in Life Centre building, which is situated just opposite Wisma KFC.
I did harbor some curiosity about Munakata and have been planning to give it a try. But Exkay’s email just expedited things, and I made a booking for three the following weekend. FYI it’s RM60+ for an adult, and RM35+ for child from 4-10 years old.

munakata

Here, all the food has to be ordered ala carte via a order chit. There is an ala carte menu (with description and photo of the food) provided at each table that can be referred to place your orders. Just write down the food’s code and quantity desired. The downside of this system is the waiting time. But you are guaranteed of freshly prepared food, which will have a considerable impact on the taste. Plus, you don’t have to queue or fight for any food.
There are many things we tried that night, and most of them are good. So I won’t be giving detailed description about each and every food. Just note that the way the food is cooked is very traditional in Japanese style, which could be a little saltier or sweeter than what we usually take. If you are concerned about this, do let the waitress know and let the chef make the necessary adjustments while seasoning.

green-tea

Green tea, unilimited supply and it had a fresh, light flavor as you can see from the color itself.

chawamushi

Chawan Mushi – Savoury Egg Custard

salmon-sashimi

Fresh sliced Salmon Sashimi

nigiri-sushi

Nigiri Sushi (Salmon) – Vinegared rice ball topped with fresh sliced salmon

unagi

Unagi Kabayaki – Grilled eel coated with sweet soya sauce

unagi-kabayaki

Shown here is the Unagi’s portion for 3 pax. Huge isn’t it?

soft-shell-crab

Soft Shell Crab Tempura

grilled-spinach-with-butter

Hourensou Butter – Grilled spinach with butter

deep-fried-japanese-glass-s

Shira Ebi Karaage – Deep fried Japanese Glass Shrimp

saba-shioyaki

Saba Shioyaki – Grilled Mackerel with salt

yakitori

Yakitori – Barbecued skewered chicken

seafood-tofu

Seafood Tofu Isobe Age – Deep fried seafood bean-curd with seaweed

shishamo-fish

Shishamo – Grilled smelt fish

scallops

Hotate Butter Yaki – Grilled scallops with butter

hotate-butter-yaki

I felt the scallops was a little overcooked hence the slightly mushy texture. Luckily the sweet taste was still nicely retained and the butter sauce complimented it well. The scallops were full of roes (the orangy part) too.

seafood-tempura

Tempura Moriawase – Assorted seafood and vegetables in batter. Comes with fresh, big and succulent prawns.

chicken-teppanyaki

Teppan-yaki Chicken – Fried chicken on hot iron plate

sashimi

Sashimi again, it was presented differently though.

furai-ika-ring

Furai Ika Ring – Deep fried squid rings

straw-mushroom

Eringi Butter Yaki – Pan fry King Oyster Mushroom with butter

age-shu-mai

Age Shu-Mai, something like a deep fried chicken Siu Mai with very crispy skin.

skewered-chicken-meatball

Tori Tsukune Yaki – Skewered chicken meat ball coated with savoury sauce. It tasted very similarly to those we had in Sango, just the meat balls were smaller and the sauce wasn’t so thick.

seafood-teppanyaki

Teppan-yaki Seafood had a large prawn, some fish and squid.

teppan-yaki-seafood

unagi-tamago

Umagi Tamago – Grilled eel wrapped in cooked egg. The Tamago was quite sweet so I couldn’t really taste the eel, it was good nonetheless.

sake-teriyaki

Sake Teriyaki – Grilled salmon coated with sweet soya sauce

scallop

A single portion of Hotate Butter Yaki (Scallops with butter sauce) with two pieces of scallops.

sliced-beef-with-ginger-sau

Gyuniku Shoga Yaki – Sliced beef fried with ginger sauce. Although the beef was good, the ginger sauce was a little too salty.

japanese-beef-steak

Gyu Saikoro Steak – Japanese style beef steak, recommended because it’s very tender and flavorful.

green-tea-ice-cream

For dessert only fresh cut fruits and ice-cream (vanilla or green tea) were available. The red bean topping on the green tea ice-cream is actually optional but recommended for its sweetness.

munakata-restaurant

The waitresses in Munakata dress in traditional Kimono, making the restaurant feeling more Japanese.

munakata-buffet-menu

Munakata’s Unlimited Ala Carte Buffet Dinner Promotion’s menu consists of 40 types of food. I did not try all 40 dishes because some of them were from the salad, rice or noodle categories, which I feel won’t be feasible to order in a buffet. But I will list them out:

  • Ankake Age Dofu (Deep fried bean curd with thick starchy sauce)
  • Edamame (Boiled green peas)
  • Mix-Yaki Yasai (Fried mixed vegetables)
  • Enoki No Butter Yaki (Pan-fry fresh straw mushroom with butter)
  • Kaki Furai (Deep fried oyster)
  • Mini Korroke (Mini croquette)
  • Furai Moriawase (Mixed seafood tempura)
  • Tori No Karaage (Deep fried chicken)
  • Yaki Soba (Fried house noodles)
  • Yaki Udon (Fried wheat noodles)
  • Garlic Fried Rice
  • Gohan & Misoshiru (Steamed rice and miso soup)
  • Seafood salad
  • Yasai Salad (Fresh garden salad)
  • Wakame Salad (Seaweed salad)
  • Fresh cut fruits

sushi-room

The private sushi bar.

wine

Some interesting looking Japanese wines displayed in the restaurant.

munakata-japanese-restauran

If you are looking for a Japanese restaurant serving authentic Japanese buffet (purely Japanese food only) in a nice environment and most importantly won’t burn a hole in your pocket, Munakata is worth a try. Making a reservation should not be a problem, as I noticed not many people know that this restaurant actually offers buffet, yet.

Japanese Restaurant Munakata
Mezzanine Floor, Life Centre,
No. 20, Jalan Sultain Ismail,
Kuala Lumpur 50250, Kuala Lumpur
GPS Coordinates: N3 09.215 E101 42.518

NEW PROMOTION:
Promotion Date : 1 Aug to 31 Dec 2010 ( Dinner only)
Mon to Wed : RM60++(Adult) RM35++ (4 to 10 years old)
Thu to Sat : RM70++(Adult) RM45++ (4 to 10 years old)
37 Dishes to choose…………..
( One of the New dish Gindara Teriyaki~Grilled cod fish coated with sweet soya sauce)
RM10 Munakata Gift Voucher for you…….
for every RM100 you spend in a single receipt for the above promotion

Business Hours: Lunch: 12.00noon ~3.00pm
Dinner: 6.30pm ~11.00pm
Closed for Lunch on Public Holidays (SUNDAY CLOSED)
Tel: 03-21667441 Fax: 03-21667825

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**Nov 2001 update: Life Centre is undergoing major renovations but Munakata is still open for business as usual.

***Munakata has updated their menu, click here for the latest update***

A few weeks ago a friend, Exkay (who happens to be a reader of my blog, as well as a junior in my high school) sent me an email suggesting that I review Munakata‘s Japanese buffet. This is an excerpt of the email:


The restaurant is called Munakata, not sure whether you’ve heard about it but it had been around for quite awhile and it’s popular among Japanese.
They used to be in Menara Promet ( opposite Menara Genting ) then moved to a bungalow in Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, and currently moved to Life Center in Jalan Sultan Ismail.
They serve fabulous buffet @ RM 49.90 when they were in Menara Promet. The atmosphere was great as well since the captain himself is a Jap and all the waitress dressed in Kimono. Buffet varieties are huge too back then.
Munakata’s Buffet was never about the varieties. It was always about the Quality rather than the Quantity. They serve arguably the best Unagi Kabayaki and Sake Sashimi.
Their cooked items taste so much better than the norm. Oh yes. they have a sushibar manned by a Jap chef. and yes all your sushi in the buffet are hand made.
So I hope you could give the restaurant a shot, cause after the first time being there about 5 years back. I was hooked with it till now.

I knew Munakata because I have been traveling along Jalan Sultan Ismail quite often. It is just located above TGI Fridays in Life Centre building, which is situated just opposite Wisma KFC.
I did harbor some curiosity about Munakata and have been planning to give it a try. But Exkay’s email just expedited things, and I made a booking for three the following weekend. FYI it’s RM60+ for an adult, and RM35+ for child from 4-10 years old.

munakata

Here, all the food has to be ordered ala carte via a order chit. There is an ala carte menu (with description and photo of the food) provided at each table that can be referred to place your orders. Just write down the food’s code and quantity desired. The downside of this system is the waiting time. But you are guaranteed of freshly prepared food, which will have a considerable impact on the taste. Plus, you don’t have to queue or fight for any food.
There are many things we tried that night, and most of them are good. So I won’t be giving detailed description about each and every food. Just note that the way the food is cooked is very traditional in Japanese style, which could be a little saltier or sweeter than what we usually take. If you are concerned about this, do let the waitress know and let the chef make the necessary adjustments while seasoning.

green-tea

Green tea, unilimited supply and it had a fresh, light flavor as you can see from the color itself.

chawamushi

Chawan Mushi – Savoury Egg Custard

salmon-sashimi

Fresh sliced Salmon Sashimi

nigiri-sushi

Nigiri Sushi (Salmon) – Vinegared rice ball topped with fresh sliced salmon

unagi

Unagi Kabayaki – Grilled eel coated with sweet soya sauce

unagi-kabayaki

Shown here is the Unagi’s portion for 3 pax. Huge isn’t it?

soft-shell-crab

Soft Shell Crab Tempura

grilled-spinach-with-butter

Hourensou Butter – Grilled spinach with butter

deep-fried-japanese-glass-s

Shira Ebi Karaage – Deep fried Japanese Glass Shrimp

saba-shioyaki

Saba Shioyaki – Grilled Mackerel with salt

yakitori

Yakitori – Barbecued skewered chicken

seafood-tofu

Seafood Tofu Isobe Age – Deep fried seafood bean-curd with seaweed

shishamo-fish

Shishamo – Grilled smelt fish

scallops

Hotate Butter Yaki – Grilled scallops with butter

hotate-butter-yaki

I felt the scallops was a little overcooked hence the slightly mushy texture. Luckily the sweet taste was still nicely retained and the butter sauce complimented it well. The scallops were full of roes (the orangy part) too.

seafood-tempura

Tempura Moriawase – Assorted seafood and vegetables in batter. Comes with fresh, big and succulent prawns.

chicken-teppanyaki

Teppan-yaki Chicken – Fried chicken on hot iron plate

sashimi

Sashimi again, it was presented differently though.

furai-ika-ring

Furai Ika Ring – Deep fried squid rings

straw-mushroom

Eringi Butter Yaki – Pan fry King Oyster Mushroom with butter

age-shu-mai

Age Shu-Mai, something like a deep fried chicken Siu Mai with very crispy skin.

skewered-chicken-meatball

Tori Tsukune Yaki – Skewered chicken meat ball coated with savoury sauce. It tasted very similarly to those we had in Sango, just the meat balls were smaller and the sauce wasn’t so thick.

seafood-teppanyaki

Teppan-yaki Seafood had a large prawn, some fish and squid.

teppan-yaki-seafood

unagi-tamago

Umagi Tamago – Grilled eel wrapped in cooked egg. The Tamago was quite sweet so I couldn’t really taste the eel, it was good nonetheless.

sake-teriyaki

Sake Teriyaki – Grilled salmon coated with sweet soya sauce

scallop

A single portion of Hotate Butter Yaki (Scallops with butter sauce) with two pieces of scallops.

sliced-beef-with-ginger-sau

Gyuniku Shoga Yaki – Sliced beef fried with ginger sauce. Although the beef was good, the ginger sauce was a little too salty.

japanese-beef-steak

Gyu Saikoro Steak – Japanese style beef steak, recommended because it’s very tender and flavorful.

green-tea-ice-cream

For dessert only fresh cut fruits and ice-cream (vanilla or green tea) were available. The red bean topping on the green tea ice-cream is actually optional but recommended for its sweetness.

munakata-restaurant

The waitresses in Munakata dress in traditional Kimono, making the restaurant feeling more Japanese.

munakata-buffet-menu

Munakata’s Unlimited Ala Carte Buffet Dinner Promotion’s menu consists of 40 types of food. I did not try all 40 dishes because some of them were from the salad, rice or noodle categories, which I feel won’t be feasible to order in a buffet. But I will list them out:

  • Ankake Age Dofu (Deep fried bean curd with thick starchy sauce)
  • Edamame (Boiled green peas)
  • Mix-Yaki Yasai (Fried mixed vegetables)
  • Enoki No Butter Yaki (Pan-fry fresh straw mushroom with butter)
  • Kaki Furai (Deep fried oyster)
  • Mini Korroke (Mini croquette)
  • Furai Moriawase (Mixed seafood tempura)
  • Tori No Karaage (Deep fried chicken)
  • Yaki Soba (Fried house noodles)
  • Yaki Udon (Fried wheat noodles)
  • Garlic Fried Rice
  • Gohan & Misoshiru (Steamed rice and miso soup)
  • Seafood salad
  • Yasai Salad (Fresh garden salad)
  • Wakame Salad (Seaweed salad)
  • Fresh cut fruits

sushi-room

The private sushi bar.

wine

Some interesting looking Japanese wines displayed in the restaurant.

munakata-japanese-restauran

If you are looking for a Japanese restaurant serving authentic Japanese buffet (purely Japanese food only) in a nice environment and most importantly won’t burn a hole in your pocket, Munakata is worth a try. Making a reservation should not be a problem, as I noticed not many people know that this restaurant actually offers buffet, yet.

Japanese Restaurant Munakata
Mezzanine Floor, Life Centre,
No. 20, Jalan Sultain Ismail,
Kuala Lumpur 50250, Kuala Lumpur
GPS Coordinates: N3 09.215 E101 42.518

NEW PROMOTION:
Promotion Date : 1 Aug to 31 Dec 2010 ( Dinner only)
Mon to Wed : RM60++(Adult) RM35++ (4 to 10 years old)
Thu to Sat : RM70++(Adult) RM45++ (4 to 10 years old)
37 Dishes to choose…………..
( One of the New dish Gindara Teriyaki~Grilled cod fish coated with sweet soya sauce)
RM10 Munakata Gift Voucher for you…….
for every RM100 you spend in a single receipt for the above promotion

Business Hours: Lunch: 12.00noon ~3.00pm
Dinner: 6.30pm ~11.00pm
Closed for Lunch on Public Holidays (SUNDAY CLOSED)
Tel: 03-21667441 Fax: 03-21667825

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66 Comments on “Munakata Unlimited Ala Carte Japanese Buffet – RM60+ @ Jalan Sultan Ismail

  1. OMG!! I must go for this one!!!
    The food looks great and the price is reasonable!
    Thanks for the information!

    Reply
    1. Anonymous


      jean:

      OMG!! I must go for this one!!!The food looks great and the price is reasonable!Thanks for the information!

      Reply
  2. Besides, would like to know the buffet is for weekend lunch only or what??

    Reply
    1. This is for dinner only

      Reply
      1. Thanks for the information.. might go in November. Hope by then the buffet is still on.

        Reply
  3. One important thing here is that you must get your orders out as soon as possible as the wait can be quite long as some of it are prepared on the spot.

    VK, your pictures looks great! So much better than mine.

    Reply
  4. Danny Lim

    Nearly forgotten bout this restaurant, last visit was ….may be 20years ago.

    Reply
    1. 20 years! That’s a feat for this restaurant :)

      Reply
  5. Wow snap! The dishes really look very,very appetizing from your pictures.
    Gotta go there one day in this life of mine.

    Reply
    1. Faster come back Malaysia la lol

      Reply
  6. sounds good..if u have plenty of time to wait..

    Reply
  7. Anonymous

    wow, thanks VK the photos really nice taken. After reading this i soon decide this is the place tat i want to celebrate my bf’s Bday. Thanks.

    Reply
    1. Hope you enjoy the dinner, remember that some food were quite salty for me ok, do let the chef know if you face the same too.

      Reply
  8. aiyah. now with ur review, making a reservation will be very tough. shud keep it as a secret ma ;p

    Reply
    1. oh lol, I don’t think my blog got so much influence la :D

      Reply
  9. oh noooooo…. as agree to kbcg….
    why do you make up this review. you must secretly tell us about this… hehehehe

    Reply
    1. Haha.. it was pending too long already, not good mah

      Reply
  10. just above TGIF? How come I din notice at all? ;P Will keep an eye on this place and start making reservations! :)

    Reply
  11. drooler

    dear vk ur picture really make me drooled all over ! may i know wat camera & model are u using. really splendid pix

    Reply
    1. hi drooler, I am using Canon 400D coupled with a Sigma 17-70mm and an external flash :)

      Reply
  12. JD

    Lots and lots of Japanese restaurant are going with the buffet theme. Munakata is one of the nicest that I had ate before, apart from Kura. Hmm, need to start making plans….

    Reply
  13. M@Y

    Simply delicious. My parents been there 10 years ago, so i’ve heard from them. The buffet/promotion only available during dinner time? Applicable on weekend or weekdays? :hmm:

    Reply
  14. Ya! I saw this one when I was in KL a few months back, stuck in the traffic light long queue there. Argh! I should have turned into this restaurant straightaway! :)

    Reply
  15. Jo

    Thanks for reviewing!! Shall try one of these days hoping the promo still last.

    btw, the restaurant let u take photos? With flash somemore? Some buffet restaurant like Shogun and Jogoya don’t allow photo taking.

    Reply
  16. do we get to order the same dish unlimited times? When does the promo ends btw?

    Reply
    1. hi noobie, this is not a promo if I am not mistaken, it’s a on-going thing. And yes you can order everything for unlimited times

      Reply
  17. The unagi portion is a lot! I love unagi! The price sound reasonable to me.

    Reply
  18. Ohh…!
    Cool, alws been curious abt this place cos I worked nearby. Its gives an air of “established beyond time” & reputable “old” style Jap.

    Wil try it this week and blog abt it! ;)

    Reply
  19. maggie

    just went there last 2 weeks. d food really nice.
    service excellent.
    we repeatedly order sashimi salmon & nigiri sushi & grilled scallop.
    but after few dishes..felt abit bored ..cos everything mostly grill & fry.
    only one sushi dish. …

    Reply
    1. Hi maggie, you’re the first to give a comment, good to know it’s a good one :)
      Yeah the choices are quite limited isn’t it? but the good thing is they all taste good

      Reply
  20. Sigh…

    I went there yesterday night to celebrate my fiance’s birthday only to be disappointed. They ran out items (12 to be precise) and thus they dun have buffet only ala carte which is kinda the same price 45-65 range.

    We ordered beef shabu shabu buffet with free refill of beef fillets.

    I really love the service and would have given them 5 stars but I would have to give 3 instead. reason is because they did not tell us that they don’t have buffet when we walk in and sit down. Knowing well that people come in for their buffet. They only tell us after taking our drinks. They did not immediately recommend something else and we were kinda stuck for a bit. Their menu is so confusing. They have the beef shabu shabu for the price of RM55 (Ala Carte) and I ordered that and the waitress then point to the other menu and say you can order buffet and share 2 person. I was like. Wait… what buffet.

    All in all, I am still let down by it. hopefully get to taste it next time.

    Reply
  21. I went yesterday.
    Most dishes are tasty but I found that some of the dishes are kinda salty (tot Japanese dun eat much salty food?). The service was great anyway..
    The beef wasn’t that great but I love the salmon sashimi!!

    Reply
    1. yeap like I mentioned, some of the food is quite salty. but glad to know you found it to be good :)

      Reply
  22. May i know where is it located in KL? Im heading down there this Christmas. At first i’m planning to have Jogoya at Starhill but i read some reviews that the quality has gone down the drain. So i might give Munakata a try :)

    Is the restaurant near any prominent landmark in KL?

    Reply
    1. It’s along Jalan Sultan Ismail, opposite Wisma KFC. Get a cab if you are unsure how to go.

      Reply
  23. wai kit

    Only serve at night? may i know the timing? Dont need to book? Lrt can reach ma?

    Reply
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  25. kiwi

    i am going for this christmas eve dinner, hope everything goes smooth.

    Reply
  26. My favourite are:

    Enoki No Butter Yaki (Pan-fry fresh straw mushroom with butter) and Hotate Butter Yaki – Grilled scallops with butter.

    Really limited choice of raw fish sashimi. Either “yes” or “no” as only 1 type of raw fish sashimi is served, sake sashimi

    Reply
  27. jeff

    i had booked for tommorrow buffet dinner. Haha sugoi desu. Wait for my comments.

    Reply
    1. lol, good luck and have fun!

      Reply
  28. jeff

    Hi vkeong, overall the foods me and my gf so love it. Thanks for your recommendation. But the foods so limited choices and i love miso soup sop much even salty. haha. and i had tried kinpaku coffee. tks will visit for 2nd times tried ala carte and japanese beer.

    Reply
    1. hi Jeff, glad you liked it. And yeah like I mentioned in my post.. the food is quite salty for Malaysian taste buds.. could be a Japanese thing maybe.

      Reply
  29. Pino

    Just want to clarify, they are now moved from live centre to Jalan Yap Kwan seng ar?

    Reply
  30. Jessica

    Munakata, my favourite…Hurray is back to town. Is a very famous japanese restaurant in year 1995. They served good buffet with good food. The most I like is sukiyaki. Then they have moved to Jalan Yap Kwan Seng. And luckily just got vkeong post up such info. Will try it out soon.

    Reply
    1. I hope they are still as good as they used to be :) I for one would like to return for another meal too

      Reply
  31. khoo.g.l

    was hunting good jap buffet, wonder how’s the food there now??
    recently any1 been there for buffe??

    Reply
    1. Lynn

      the price per pax is now RM 77 net..the food is ok, but very very limited choices. you will repeat order the same food again & again..the portion is small & per dish we order for 5 to 10 pax otherwise not enough for sharing & avoid waiting time (by the time food arrived u pon sudah kenyang). for sushi, only Nigiri Sushi available in the buffet menu & the color of the Sashimi is totally different from the picture above. if u looking for good jap buffet with RM 77 try to survey other options.

      Reply
      1. kimi

        like that…better go for tenji…

        Reply
        1. if you were to compare Tenji’s food with Munakata.. I’d say Munakata is better, although less variety

          Reply
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  34. eve

    hey.. may i know this japanese buffet is it only for certain period of time ?

    Reply
    1. eve, I believe it is still on going

      Reply
  35. I couldn’t get through their phone! wut is the best time to go dine there?Is reservation required during weekend? Besides the most important is that their food still taste as good?
    .-= Cindy Tong´s last blog ..Levain Boulangerie &amp Patisserie =-.

    Reply
    1. I feel dinner is the best time, and for the reservation, like any buffets in town, you need to keep trying in order to get through

      as for the food quality, I think they are still maintaining it – at least that’s the latest news I am getting

      Reply
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  37. Jacelyn

    Hi, vkeong,

    My comment for Munakata is not appear yet in ur post, some bad comments actually.. Im wondering, r u the owner of Munakata..

    Sorry, but im just wanted to share my bad experience with ur readers.. Thank u…

    Reply
    1. I didn’t receive any comments from you

      Reply
  38. Is this place HALAL??? Just wondering if I can bring my Muslim friends along…. :)
    William´s last blog post ..One-day-model for Maxis!

    Reply
    1. hi William, Munataka is NOT HALAL. it is only pork free.

      Reply
  39. Must go for buffet lover, the salmon is good

    Reply
  40. Anonymous

    Promotion still on? till when?

    Reply
  41. David

    It’s been a while since my last visit to Munakata… just wonder if it’s still there….

    Reply
  42. Nusa

    I wander, are there any malay had been to this restaurant????

    Reply
  43. KP

    Went last weekend. 1st Life Center is under renovation, a bit tricky to locate the restaurant if you are not familiar with the area. Second, the food tasted quite salty. Quality is a disappointment too.

    Reply

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