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Mitasu Japanse Buffet Central Plaza KL

Mitasu A La Carte Japanese Buffet @ Central Plaza, KL

Mitasu Japanese restaurant is serving a la carte buffet, something buffet chasers nowadays look for because it gives an impression that the dishes are prepared upon order. Secondly, the price is affordable @ RM59.90++, not cheap but not too expensive too. And lastly, the restaurant does not impose any time limit so customers are allowed to stay on and eat until they are closed.

Crab Factory Annual Seafood Carnival

In conjunction with Brolly's grand opening celebration, Crab Factory also held its annual seafood carnival to make the event merrier. The longest seafood table KL has ever seen was formed that day, with over 300 guests joining in for a seafood feast under the sun.
Xing Hot Pot & BBQ Soups

Xing Hot Pot & BBQ Buffet @ C180, Cheras

What makes Xing stand out from the other buffet steamboat restaurants is that it offers unlimited live giant tiger prawns @ RM45/pax. However, if you don't have an ounce of 'kiasuness' in you, you can forget about coming here.
TLC Charcoal BBQ Bandar Puteri Puchong

TLC Charcoal BBQ @ Bandar Puteri Puchong

TLC Charcoal BBQ calls themselves a Malaysian style charcoal BBQ restaurant. Set lunch is offered during lunch hours while it's a la carte buffet when it comes to dinner. One of the things that...

Umai-ya Weekend Japanese Buffet RM46++ (Lunch) @ Damansara Utama

Umai-ya Japanese Restaurant's weekend lunch buffet has got to be one of the most affordable around @ RM46++. It is an ala-carte buffet, the kind I prefer because you won't have to rush for...
Saisaki Japanese Buffet UOA

Saisaki Japanese Buffet Restaurant @ Wisma UOA II, KL

If you need a reason to hate Japanese food, just come to Saisaki for their Japanese buffet. They are right in calling themselves the Grand Father of Japanese Buffets because that's what they are: old, living on past glory and in need of serious revamps.

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