Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Nagomi Shabu Shabu & Sushi Bar @ Menara Hap Seng, KL

Advertorial.

Hello readers! Last week I was invited to a food review event with 40 awesome bloggers and their partners. Our location for the scrumptious dinner is: 

Nagomi @ Menara Hap Seng

Suite 1-19, 1st Floor, 
The Podium,
Menara Hap Seng (Formerly Mui Plaza),
Jalan P. Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: +603 2141 6332

More often than that, I was turned down by most of the steamboat restaurants with warm, stuffy ambience which made me sweating and feeling sticky after a no-matter-how-delicious-it-is meal. But, Nagomi now gives me a total different perception towards steamboat! It can be clean and tidy; and I can sit as long as I want to enjoy the heavenly foodstuff.
NAGOMI is a Home-style Japanese Restaurant! Naturally Delicious and Healthy!
You can have the Japanese cuisine that satisfied, happy, warm, comfortable and many more!!
Are you a fan of Shabu-Shabu Steamboat?

You’re here at the right time!
Nagomi @ Menara Hap Seng is having promotion now:

Shabu-shabu Buffet for Adult @ RM32.80++ (not including drinks)
And for Children (5 -12 year-old) RM18.80++

Operating hours:
Weekdays (6.00pm – 10.00pm): DINNER ONLY
Weekends (including Sundays) and Public Holidays
(12.00pm – 2.30pm, 6.00pm – 10.00pm): BOTH LUNCH AND DINNER 
Visit this place after 5pm or during weekends and public holidays to enjoy RM3 flat parking rate!

There's another outlet of Nagomi Japanese Restaurant @ Jaya 33, Ground Floor, Petaling Jaya (Tel: +603-7956 2330), but this Shabu-Shabu Buffet promotion is only available at this outlet @ Menara Hap Seng.


Meet our cheerful Ms. Debbie Wong, the Advertising and Promotion Senior Executive of the company and Mr. Jack Chan, the Head Chef of Nagomi Japanese Restaurant! They're briefing us on the over 80 choices of food available there. *excited after knowing that there are so many to choose from!*

Mr. Jack Chan, the Head Chef is preparing sushis for us!
I'm a huge fan of freshly-made sushi. That's why I said this shabu-shabu buffet gave a total different feel as compared to other restaurants out there! Part of it is because of my darling sushis :P

From the buffet bar, you can see there are more than 80 varieties of food for you to choose. I really feel like eating everything until the maximum capacity of my stomach is reached!

Carlsberg Beer Promotion; I bet this attracts you more?
Carlsberg per bucket (5 bottles) at only RM30++

#1 Meat: Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Duck
They’re all nicely cut into thin slices and allow you to eat them half-raw or cooked.
TIPS: Intersperse the cooking of meat with other green-leaf vegetables and tofu.

#2 Seafood: Yabby lobster, Slipper lobster, Half Shell Scallop, Oyster, Mussel,
Bamboo Clam, Flower crab,  Pomfret, Tiger Prawn, White Clam and many more.


I have sensitive skin towards crustaceans,
so I only choose mussels and clams while seeing others enjoying their yummy-looking prawns and lobsters.

#3 Salmon Sashimi is served during “Happy Hour”, 
and the diners can crazily grab as many plates as you want!
#4 Assorted deep fried dishes--- lobsters, squids, etc.
Time for you to try them in a different taste!
#5 Assorted Sushi; This is the best part for me because I simply loveeee sushis!
#6 It's Tamago Yaki, my favourite Omelette Cake. 
You can always grab some sushi and tempura while waiting for the soup to get boiled :)
But don't fill up your stomach with too much of these, else you'd regret.
#7 Assorted Vegetables
I believe you need something to cleanse your digestive system as well.
#8 Assorted mushrooms

TIPS: For a more flavorful broth and to bring out the taste of meat, first, cook all the white vegetables, mushrooms, bamboo shoots, onions and leeks to enrich the broth that will later bring out the sweetness of the meat.

#9 Dessert time! With red bean and mango puddings. 
Other than desserts, Nagomi also serves fruits and green salad to satisfy your meal.
#10 Assorted sauces:
Ponzu (Japanese Vinegar), Goma Sauce (Sesame sauce), Thai Chili Sauce, Nyonya Sauce, Wafu Dressing (Japanese Vinaigrette), Shoyu Dressing (Soy bean based dressing) and Kyuri Dressing (Cucumber based dressing)
Not to forget, there are 3 types of soup pastes: Kimuchi paste, Ginger paste, Spicy Miso Toban paste (Japanese bean paste). Add them into the boiling broth according to your taste! 

TIPS:  Clear ponzu sauce is also great to accompany vegetables, and to suit the Malaysians’ taste bud, there’s always the Chili dipping sauce.


Yeeing, Ryan, Simon, Masako, Ivy and FiSh
Look at all of our smiling faces, and you can see that we're satisfied with the meal.


Craving for more?
Readily-made Wafu Dressing is available @ RM 12.90 each;
it would certainly perfect your bowl of home-made salad!

Hope you enjoy a perfect Nagomi Shabu-shabu experience too.
Stay tuned at Nagomi Official Site and its Facebook Page  for more updates, discounts and promotions!

69 comments:

  1. wooots all the pics look niceeee :D Love your frilly pants too !!  btw I nominated you as food blogger on the nuffnang asia pacific awards :P 

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  2. U make me hungry liao *bite dried biscuit*

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  3. fuiyoh! me havent ready yet > . < coz too busy hahah

    Now I miss the taste of mushroom mix with mee and some vege XD then shabu it with some beef :) yumm!

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  4. damn.. the beer is sure attractive.. Ha ha ha.. ^_^.v..

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  5. so nice! get invited to write review on food! and cool! yummy food all around :D

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  6. I should have joined you all on that day,the food looks good^^

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  7. this post successfully make my stomach growls! lol

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  8. i will definitely be a part of you guys next year..after Spm, i swear. xD

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  9. Wow, absolutely scrumptious and yummy looking! If the price is reasonable, I'll definitely give it a try (:

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  10. Before I comment about the food, I need to say that I like the...... am not sure whether its skirt or shorts but nice blue one you are wearing, like the frill that goes with it.

    I have not tried this place as its too far for me but have read and heard much, I think the spread is huge and worth.

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  11. So how much is the usual price for an adult? 

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  12. I should have gone. They told me last minute so I gave up going. =)

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  13. Well, I was successfully drooling after looking at these. The sashimi and sushi and... everything look soooooooooooooo yummy!!!

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  14. wow, that's actually a good deal, RM32.80 for a shabu shabu buffet.. the food looks nice and also a lot of varieties to choose from.. :)

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  15. wah3!! so tempting but cannot come here lah...heheheh

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  16. thanks for the visit/comment, anyway nice post. i love food :) 

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  17. first i like ur outfit...  :)
    2nd....you make me wanna eat sushiissssss ahhhh
    :) hahaha

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  18. After all that food i would have a smile from one ear to another .. lol! It looks amazingly delicious <3
    and i loove your outfit. It's so cute and girly ^^

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  19. too bad i cant eat beef :( but i had loads of fish slices XD

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  20. *throw dried biscuit* hahas go get a try there! :D

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  21. LOL im still far away from the title of official food blogger i guess >< thanks for ur compliment anyway! 

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  22. hahas nextime if you're in KL then can invite u over too :D

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  23. haha u really love drinking more than eating?

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  24. of course you do, i cant stop thinking bout those nice food too XD 

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  25. hahahas why not? it's halal :)

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  26. oh you were invited but didnt go? should join next time ^^

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  27. hope there is such restaurant in indonesia to satisfy you :)

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  28. hahas next time u should join us ^^

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  29. of course ;D for now just focus on SPM first ya

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  30. RM32.80 is reasonable enough for more than 80 dishes to choose from XD try it out some day!

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  31. it's a skirt shorts. hahas a combination on both, thanks for ur compliment. yea it really worths, do get a try some day!

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  32. promotional price is RM32.80++ and the promotion does not have an ending date yet, so yah it's considered as the 'usual price' :)

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  33. perhaps u have other more exciting events there? nvm next time should go for more tasty food review ^^

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  34. so you should get a try soon! :D

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  35. it's worth right? be quick before the promotion ends! :) 

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  36. sushi is ur favourite too? then u should try this out while enjoying steamboat~

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  37. hahas i guess im the only one dressed like a kid that day == but it's okay, i love my outfit too :P check out this outlet soon, will u? 

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  38. yes i will fish...btw lets follow each other... if ur interested .)

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  39. Very nice pics u have!

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  40. thanks for ur compliment, and i know your pictures are great too, i took too liil picts i realise :(

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  41. aww nvm there will always be next time ^^ hope to see you soon! 

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  42. yep yep! you must try it. oh my outfit is quite simple for the day, u can get them at FBlockBoutique.com

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  43. perhaps there is such restaurant at your place too? try out new stuff^^

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  44. yes of course :D nice meeting u!

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  45. i've removed the chatbox :) you're welcomed to leave comments on my post

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  46. Aiyoh I missed it cos I wasn't free :(
    The food looks good!

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  47. love love your outfit dear. 
    wow.. your post makes me want to drag myself to ShabuShabu already. :)

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  48. Good morning FiSh :) Nice post! I like your style! :)

    Hmm, and and and where is your chatbox? ): I cant find it.

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  49. So nice, food review! How I wish I have the chance too~

    -Hayley-

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  50. The food looks real good. Hopefully I have a chance to go this place when I visit KL again.

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  51. I like your hair!!!
    Beautiful~~

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  52. wow,the food is so tempting :P too bad i don't eat some of the seafood,aww..

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  53. thanks for your compliment , the food looks real because they're indeed eye-catching for people who enjoy them

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  54. Hello.. you have a very lovely food blog here.. the food looks so real.. :)

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  55. u should get a try or join us next time! :) 

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  56. thanks for your compliment! RM 32.80 is less than SGD15 right? yes it's very cheap, check it out when u visit msia!

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  57. i cant eat much too, but i enjoyed the sushi and shabushabu more :D

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  58. inspired by some fashion magazine :P shall blog it next time!

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  59. Whoa! the food make me hungry!): HAHA.

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  60. Hey, u kidding me? All these food for that price?? U can't even get half of those with that price in S'pore. Amazing! U look really good in the shots! 

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  61. Wow..congrate...sound nice ehhehe...

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  62. lol free food, who doesn't want it? 

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  63. it is! :) hope u can experience it yourself too

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  64. What an in depth review. I am hungry now. I have not been around much since I decided at the last minute to participate in NaNo, but I just wanted to stop by and say hello and thank you for following my blog. I will be around more after a get a better grip on my writing for NaNo.

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  65. wow! nice food there!! feel like going there now! LOL! =D

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  66. hahas! try all the nice food by yourself :P

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  67. damn, i feel like having it for meal too. but only if its free lol

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  68. Nice info if you ask me. Thank you a lot for sharing this info.

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