At Suki-Ya, the ever popular Japanese restaurant lovingly referred to as the house of hot pot, you can indulge in the all-you-can-eat buffet option, allowing you to load up your hot pot dish with as much meat and vegetables as you want and then cook them at your own table. Ideally located in 112 Katong shopping centre, taking a trip to this Suki-Ya branch on East Coast Road in Marine Parade is highly recommended!
Bringing the Japanese tradition of hot pot to Singapore, at Suki-Ya 112 Katong in Marine Parade you can create your own hot pot dish and then cook it right at your table, allowing you to design your meal exactly how you like it. With the all-you-can-eat deal, you can add in as much meat as you want, and you will find a range of high quality chicken, thinly-sliced pork and beef, as well as an abundance of fresh vegetables from the vegetable bar.
Choose from a range of delicious soup bases at Marine Parade’s Suki-Ya which include sukiya – a Japanese favourite made from a combination of soy sauce, sugar and mirin – and add in as much garlic, chillis, spring onion and mala spice as you want to make your sauce more interesting! Take advantage of the unlimited refills on soft drinks or accompany your hot pot with a Japanese beer. Suki-Ya is the place to go for Japanese hot pot in Singapore with their all-you-can-eat options and high quality food. We suggest booking a table at Suki-Ya 112 Katong on East Coast Road in advance!
Awesome service especially the restaurant manager (we were there on Christmas Eve). Too bad I forgot to ask for his name. Keep Up the good work!
Easy and convenient booking. Fast communication with the restaurant on request. Restaurant acknowledged booking fast too. Quandoo is an effective tool for making meal reservation.
Very good !! Quiet environment . Wish they had more variety of food. Location is good . Good sitting arrangement . Will go back again.
Good and attentive service staff. Prefer the pork than the beef and chicken. The broth was tasty but we felt thirsty after our meal in late evening.
Booked a reservation for 6.30pm, but when arrived our group was asked to wait at least 20mins as they had taken in a last minute slot that ate into our original timing. No calls or anything to confirm or ask if we are able to accommodate such timing. As we were a group of 13, it was also difficult space wise to accommodate all into one table hence we were split into 8 and 5. Food was just ok and the soup took awhile to get heated. Overall experience towards the end was ok once we have all settled down, but i wouldn't recommend this place for a large group.
The person is charge was attentive but I was a little taken aback when he said,"your time is up." for the lunch buffet promo. I actually wanted the normal promo, not the one-for-one but luckily I was about to finish my meal anyway. Probably they could have said it in a better way. I thought I was about to face judgement day. Hahaha. Overall - Good experience.
Suka-Ya is not fine dining, but delivers on its promise of good quality and fresh all-you-can-eat sukiyaki and shabu shabu. And the price is hard to beat: 50 SGD for 2 people including various thinly sliced meats, hot tea and icecream as desert. We'll be back for sure!
Services rendered are okay Staffs are helpful and quick to respond Food is alright and the fresh selections are well picked and really fresh and clean Music being played are predominantly Korean pop songs although it is supposedly a Japanese restaurant, but this is not a big deal
We were refused a booth seat (2 of us) as we were told that's reserved for 4 pax. However, they allowed a couple to sit at the booth seat RIGHT AFTER they rejected our request! When we questioned them, they just acted blur. Excuse me! Please be consistent. Nonetheless, we have enjoyed the food. Service? Not so much.
Value for money with lunch promotion and student offer for the kids. But variety is limited and slow service ( there was only 1 staff apart from the manager to take orders for the meat).