Joining the kaleidoscopic throng of restaurants at the Marina Square shopping complex, Suki-Ya offers something that most other Japanese hot pot restaurants in Singapore are simply too afraid to: an all-you-can-eat shabu shabu and sukiyaki dining experience. With so many Suki-Ya restaurants scattered about the city, there’s no problem with handling the demand. However, with fantastic deals luring diners in from Raffles Boulevard and the Marina Bay area, plus a regular menu packed with delicious brothy goodness, it’s always advisable to book a table in advance.
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Cheap and good hot pot place to go when I have my cravings
space was quiet crowded as there was a large group if tourists that came in all at the same time, and basically cleaned out the buffet
It was ok, the meat is not really good quality though. You get what you pay for.
Suki-Ya is a Japanese shabu shabu and sukiyaki restaurant with a heart of gold. There are many outlets around Singapore, but the Marina Square restaurant is reliably packed to the rafters with gaggles of diners tucking into the all-you-can-eat hot pot on offer. Foot traffic from Raffles Boulevard ratchets up a good few notches when the time comes to claim one of Suki-Ya’s incredibly good value meal deals. The all-you-can-eat Suki-Ya buffet is the most popular, but so is the after-school shabu shabu buffet – a big hit with students local to Marina Bay.
It gets better if you head to Suki-Ya’s Marina Square location with a group of four or more friends or the whole family from 6pm onwards. Japanese shabu shabu and sukiyaki is best enjoyed when dining gets social, so gather the clan and find Suki-Ya’s Marina Bay local outlet to enjoy a massive 25% off your bill. Once settled in, choose your weapons. Singapore’s Suki-Ya restaurants have an enviable list of sauces, soup bases, meat selections, and a healthy salad bar to pick through.