5 Japanese brunch buffets to make the most out of your weekend
1/5 Zipangu, Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur
Every Saturday and Saturday from 11.30am - 2.30pm, Zipangu at Shangri-La KL is opening up its buffet counters to an all-you-can-eat affair of sushi, sashimi, cold appetisers, fresh seafood on ice, salads, soups and more. Grilled and boiled dishes are also available along side a host of desserts, promising to satisfy your biggest Japanese cravings on the weekend. Click here to find out more.
2/5 Tatsu, InterContinental Hotel KL
Every Saturday from now until November 26, Tatsu at InterContinental Hotel KL is bringing a taste of Japan to KL with its Japanese brunch buffet that is offering up over 75 ala carte and buffet items including freshly flown-in seafood, sashimi, salmon teriyaki, tempura to rib eye beef and more. There are also live teppanyaki stations to entertain the little ones. Make your reservations here.
3/5 Kogetsu, The Saujana Hotel
Kogetsu at The Saujana Hotel is serving up all-you-can-eat Japanese fare with a side of beautiful lakeside view every Saturday. Wine pairing is also an option here; for an additional fee, you get free-flow red and white wine so your Japanese bonanza gets doubly indulgent. Get more information here.
Wagyu beef lovers, this is one Japanese brunch buffet you'll want to sit up and pay attention to. On top of all the regular works of sushi, sashimi, teppanyaki, tempura, what-have you, Hanare is also offering all-you-can-eat wagyu beef from its teppanyaki counter. Complementing all that deliciousness are special bottle promotions for sake to make your brunch a truly enjoyable affair. Find out more here.
5/5 Kampachi, Troika
An old favourite among Japanese food lovers and for good reason, Kampachi at Troika's Japanese buffet has never disappointed. It continues to serve up its premium cuts of sashimi, beef and seasonal highlights in an all-you-can-eat semi buffet every Sunday. The view it boasts doesn't hurt either. Locate them here.
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