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Three cheers for shabu shabu, one of the hottest food trends on the scene! Synonymous with the best shabu shabu offerings in the city, Suki-Ya at Tampines Mall on Tampines Central 5 is a legend in the city’s Japanese hot pot dining scene. You control your dining destiny at Singapore’s Suki-Ya – the Tampines restaurant lets you choose your own hot pot ingredients, buffet-style. There’s no limit to how much you can eat (as long as you don’t take longer than 80 minutes)!
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Great food, a little quieter now with the COVID-19 impact
The food is decent. Will come back again for more
cosy place for gatherings or date night out, fresh food
Just ask any local where to find the best Japanese hot pots, and we guarantee they’ll tell you to visit Suki-Ya inside Singapore’s Tampines Mall on Tampines Central 5. This is one Japanese hot pot restaurant we can’t get enough of – plus, it’s all you can eat, and that’s never a bad thing! Suki-Ya in Tampines also offers free flow beverages (soft drinks and green tea only) so make sure to load up on as much sugary caffeinated goodness as your body can handle.
Loosen up your belt a couple of notches, it’s going to be an intense dining experience at Suki-Yai inside of Singapore’s Tampines Mall. You’re the one in charge at this Japanese hot pot restaurant, and you can load up on as much or as little of the delicious meats, seafoods and veggies on offer as you can handle. With five different soup bases to choose from, you’ll have plenty of excuses to get back to this Tampines restaurant often to try new flavour combinations – the possibilities are endless! Book in advance to snag the best table.