Birthday Bash Part 3: Exact Birthday Celebration. Restoran Shabu-Shabu @ Bandar Puteri, Puchong.

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Boss came here twice and I still remember how she rave about how fresh the seafood here. I finally got to try it myself last Thursday. The place is packed with hungry customers (ahahha) as you can see. Luckily we made reservation earlier so we skipped the waiting part. Apparently, if you come before 8pm, you can get your seat easily. If you feel that you might be late, well, it’s better to call and ask them to reserve the seat for you. And it’s only RM25 per person.

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Each person will be given a small bowl of dipping sauce, consists of a combination of chopped peanuts, sesame seeds, spring onions, fried shallots and garlic oil which I like it very much. We also have a small bowl of chilli sauce with a twist of tom yam flavour, also very good.

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Let’s get started! Take whatever item you want from the conveyor belt (sushi shop alike and buffet style) and dump them into the hot, boiling broth, that’s all. They only serve one type of broth, the clear one. You get your own personal pot of broth so maybe it’s better for some people who do not like to “share saliva” with others.

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Let’s go one by one of the items we had. I’m sure you won’t miss the tako, mini octopus especially seafood fans.

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Medium sized prawns which is true, very fresh. How to indicate whether a prawn is fresh or not? Just take a look at its tail. If the tail is blackish in colour, that means the prawn is not fresh.

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Beancurd sheet aka foo chuk.

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Fresh pork slice. You have to get the waitress to serve you this as this item won’t appear on the conveyor belt. The pork meat were fresh, no porky smell and sliced to perfect thickness. Too bad they just came in 6 pieces per plate. When cooked, can just eat it on its own or if preferred, can dunk them into the sauces given earlier.

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We also had hard boiled quail eggs, prawns (again)…

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Veggies such as chinese cabbage, broccoli, cabbage, water convulvus, button mushrooms, enoki mushrooms and romaine lettuce. I found that the vegetables selection is pretty limited though.

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Other usual item such as fish balls, seafood tofu, “fish noodle”, crabmeat sticks, tofu puff, ham meatball, squids, pork meatball, chicken meat (again, dunk them into the sauce for extra flavour)and so on. Me, cooking my egg. They don’t have crab here though.

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And also some deep fried snacks such as the yam roll, spring roll and sui gao. I love the yam roll for the crispy skin and compact yam filling and the sui gao as the pork meat is very flavourful. These items you have to request from the waitress.

We were practically stuffed when we left. Shall come here again in the future. The place is clean although not spacious. The waiter/waitress on duty act quickly as soon the customer left to clean up the place for the next customers.

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Restoran Shabu-Shabu
No. 19, Jalan Puteri 1/6,
Bandar Puteri, 47100
Puchong, Selangor.
Tel: 03-8060 5221
(Facing Giant Supermarket)

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20 thoughts on “Birthday Bash Part 3: Exact Birthday Celebration. Restoran Shabu-Shabu @ Bandar Puteri, Puchong.

  1. nice captures! Love your pictures!!
    25 bucks is reasonable hor?… There’s another one nearby..Mizi, but not a ‘all-you-can-eat’ concept. will give it a try next time. :)

  2. nice right??? ur pictures are very nice and sharp.
    i love their sauce and the fried yam rolls! i had 3 refilled bowls of sauce. my frens jz looked at me like a weirdo =)

  3. Teckiee, WMW: Let’s go together next time.

    LotsOfCravings: The restaurant won’t run away, wait till you done with your “puasa” la.

    NKOTB: Similar concept but different restaurant.

    Christine, Ai Wei, Lyrical Lemongrass, Tummythoz, Babe_KL, Christy, Anonymous: Thank you all for the compliments! I got some help from my friends who’re into photography and they really helped me a lot. Yep, RM25 is quite reasonable. I like their yam roll too. Shake the prawn head?? Shall try that next time.. haha.

    Alex: Hi there. Next time you come to Puchong again, do give them a try.

    SC: Thank you. Hope you had a great breakaway too.

    Mei Yen: I remember you came here before too but I can’t find the link to your post.

    ahBong: Ahahaha, need company? Or you treat me a meal, I bring you there. :P

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