Thursday, November 10, 2011

Umami Steamboat Buffet

Although I’ve been staying at Sunway for quite a while, this was my first time trying out Umami Steamboat. Located at a strategic corner of Dataran Mentari, Umami Steamboat is a buffet steamboat restaurant that serves you a variety of food under a clean and comfortable environment.

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Umami Steamboat

12a (Ground Floor),

Jalan PJS8/17,

Dataran Mentari,

46150 Petaling Jaya.

Operation Hours: 11am - 12midnight

Tel: 03-56222663

Website: http://www.umamisteamboat.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UmamiSteamboat
Twitter: https://twitter.com/umami_MY

Pricing

Adult:RM26.80+
Child (<130cm): RM13.40+

Umami Steamboat


Fellow bloggers and I arrived at 7.30pm to the restaurant which was already filled with diners. Instead of using traditional stove, Umami adopts the new technology and takes cooking into a higher level.

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We were served with 4 types of soup: Tomyam (my all-time favourite), Herbal, Pepper and Fish head soup. I would highly recommend tomyam to trigger your taste buds and herbal to soothe your throat when it gets a little too spicy.

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Self-service as usual. You can get as much as you want provided if you can finish them la XD

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Freshly prepared seafood.

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Crabs, Clams, mussels, snails, scallops and whatever shellfish you name it, all of them were available at Umami. High five if you’re a seafood person like me!

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Best abalone I have ever tasted (seriously, who cares whether it’s genuine). So sweet and juicy! Kind wish I had eaten more of it T_T

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Chicken skewers barbequed with honey. The taste was absolutely different from your usual satay.

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Smoked and fried chicken wings were finger-licking good!

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Of course, I wouldn’t forget my favourite of all - sliced lamb! For this, you gotta master the art of cooking to make sure it isn’t overcooked. I like it medium to preserve the tenderness *yums*

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Dessert is a must-have after every meal. Although I was really full, I didn’t want to miss out the wide variety of ice-cream being served! Took 6 scoops in total to try out the different flavours! LOL.

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It was indeed a pleasurable dining experience at Umami Steamboat. You would be fed all the way to the top of your throat with worthwhile ingredients only for the price of RM26.80+! What’s more, there’s an ongoing promotion of “Buy 2 Free 1” which makes it even cheaper!

Caroline and I. Some photos are credited to her and Eric.

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Don’t forget to call me up whenever you’re visiting Umami. You know I’m staying nearby.

One last photo (of me obviously!). I just have to show you my turquoise polka-dot blouse. Pretty anot! That wasn’t even a question. Teehee.

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2 comments:

Caroline Ng May Ling said...

Definitely enjoy steamboat-ing with you guys! Nice meeting u pretty gal! :P

Copykate said...

caroline: nice meeting you too babe! see you soon! <3