RM 32.80++ Nagomi Shabu Shabu Buffet @ Menara Hap Seng, Jalan P Ramlee

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If you are going to be stuck in traffic along Jalan P Ramlee or Jalan Sultan Ismail, why not make a detour to Nagomi Japanese Restaurant? Every weekdays from 6pm to 10pm, one gets to enjoy shabu shabu buffet with over 80 varieties for only RM 32.80++ here. The buffet is also available during weekends and public holidays, from 12noon to 230pm and from 6pm to 10pm.
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At-Nagomî Shabu-Shabu, each person has their own individual pot, allowing them to choose their own broth and customize their meal. One can opt to add in kimchi paste, ginger paste or spicy miso toban paste into their Nagomi signature soup base for that extra kick too.


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The most essential part of any of my shabu meals are the sauces and Nagomi’s ponzu and goma sauces definitely did not disappoint. The sauces available are:

Ponzu (Japanese Vinegar)
Goma Sauce (Sesame sauce)
Thai Chili Sauce
Nyonya Sauce
Wafu Dressing (Japanese Vinaigrette)
Shoyu Dressing (Soy bean based dressing)
Kyuri Dressing (Cucumber based dressing)
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Live Australian Yabby lobster (Seasonal Item)
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These alive and kicking lobster kept finding their ways to escape. Some of them managed to crawl out from our shabu shabu pot too!
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Halfed Slipper Lobster
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Whole Pomfret
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Fresh Fish Slices
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Fresh Sashimi Slices – available from 8pm-9pm daily.
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Various Chilled Shellfishes
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There’s prawns, clams, oysters, scallops, mussels, etc.
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Assorted sushis and cooked food
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All prepared diligently by Nagomi’s sushi chef.
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Tofu shooters
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Deep fried crab legs
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Chicken, lamb, beef and duck slices
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Fish balls, fish cakesand assorted deep fried items
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Noodles, yam slices and vegetables
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Watermelon

What sets Nagomi Shabu Shabu Buffet apart from the other steamboat places is the fresh selection and confortable dining environment. The spread was being refilled from time to time; so  there’s no need to fight for your food. Hence, it makes a great place for friends/families gatherings. The only thing i dislike about this place is after you eat the smell of the shabu shabu follows you.

Shabu-shabu Buffet @ RM32.80++ (not including drinks)
Children 5 -12 year-old RM18.80++
Only available @ Nagomi Menara Hap Seng
Available time: Weekdays (6.00pm – 10.00pm), Weekends & Public Holidays (12.00pm – 2.30pm, 6.00pm – 10.00pm)
Open on Sundays as well.
Parking in Menara Hap Seng is at a flat rate of RM3 after 5pm, Weekends & Public Holidays.

They are also currently having the Carlsberg Beer Promotion, with Carlsberg per bucket on sale (5 bottles) for only RM30++.

Nagomi Shabu-Shabu @ Menara Hap Seng
Suite 1-19, 1st Floor,
The Podium,
Menara Hap Seng,
Jalan P Ramlee,
50250, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Contact No.: +603-2141 6332
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri (6 – 10pm), Sat – Sun & Public Holiday (12 – 2.30pm, 6 – 10pm)
Website: www.nagomishabushabu.com

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Comments

  1. Nikel says:

    Like it.. Very Very good Shabu Shabu in town.. Now, they having promotion too.. ADD PLUS!

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  2. ai wei says:

    very “dai” :)

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  3. JD says:

    Wow, the price is quite reasonable for shabu shabu! Will give it a try soon!

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  4. Wen Ching says:

    The seafood looks fresh! Ah, too bad I missed this.

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  5. milo says:

    I went there last sunday… nice food good environment….thanks for the recommendation
    1 thing to share is the shashimi only available for a short period…once 8pm sharp.. the chef will ring a bell…then u need to go and get it from the chef… :)

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  6. Glamiva says:

    Wow….heavenly seafood!!

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  7. moon moon says:

    when there up grade the price no post at email.

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  8. Chook says:

    Menara Hap Seng Nagomi close down recently.. So disappointed :(

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  9. Anonymous says:

    Kinda of horrible to see the lobster alive just before throwing them into hot soup. Am not advocating vegetarianism but just feel that these things could be handled in a better way, perhaps.

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