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When Singapore’s hungry see the phrases eat all you can and House of Hot Pot strung together over the same doorway they know they’ve found some kind of culinary heaven on earth. With the Suki-Ya empire encompassing outposts across the city, it’s hardly a surprise that you can find such an all-you-can-eat sukiyaki and shabu shabu emporium in the bustling, premium-property hotspot of Plaza Singapura, at the southern end of equally vibrant Orchard Road near Dhoby Ghaut station.
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food portion was ok; better if it can be slightly more. standard casual jap dining setting.
Good ambience for dinner friends meet up coconut ice cream is good
it was good and the food is nice.. staff was friendly towards us as well!
Shabu shabu, the onomatopoeic term for the Japanese style of tabletop hot pot cooking that has taken Singapore by storm in recent years, so named for the sound that the ingredients make when stirred in the pot, brimming with delicious steaming soup stock. Related to sukiyaki, this kind of Japanese cuisine is what Suki-Ya specialises in, and given the popularity of the dish it’s no surprise that the Plaza Singapura outlet of Suki-Ya, at the retail complex off Orchard Road closest to Dhoby Ghaut station, is one of many sprinkled like so many bonito flakes across Singapore.
What really gets visitors to Suki-Ya’s Plaza Singapura outlet going is the promise of unlimited quantities of premium, thinly-sliced beef, pork and chicken made available to you and your group. And you should book with a group because shabu shabu dining, like Korean barbecue and Chinese hot pot, is a supremely social affair. Balancing out the meaty goodness on offer at this Dhoby Ghaut hot pot hotspot is Suki-Ya’s special vegetable bar, putting a little green in your day by way of the simmering cauldron atop your table. Plus, there are heaps of special offers to tempt Singapore’s hot pot heads further.