• Veg-options Veg-options
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168 Jalan Bukit Bintang (at Pavillion Shopping Center), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 55100

Serves meat, vegan options available. All-you-can-eat hot pot restaurant in the mall. Has a so-called "healthy bar" choice that includes many veggies plus tofu.

Categories: Japanese, Buffet, Non-veg

2 Reviews

First Review by joachim

I am not sure whether to trust them... - Edit

To make a long story short ... I visited a Suki-Ya restaurant (not this branch, but the one in Mont Kiara) with my meat-eating family.

The waiters confirmed that the soup did not contain any meat and should be suitable for vegans and vegetarians, but did not give me the impression that they had truly understood my question.

The next day I practically spent on the restroom ... leading me to doubt that the soup was 100% vegan or even vegetarian.

I guess when a waiter in Malaysia does not really understand what you are asking, he will respectfully agree with you to give you a good feeling. Speaking the local language will not help much, as most waiters are immigrants who have only a basic understanding of either English or the local language.

Same happens if you visit stalls selling Roti Chanai ... if you ask them whether it contains egg, in 99% of cases, they will decline and say, no, if you want to have egg, you need to order "Roti Telur" (Bread with egg).

Of course, the basic batter that they use for the Roti nevertheless is made with egg (and hence not suitable for vegans), unless you are in a vegetarian restaurant.

Cons: Serious doubts whether waiters understan, Serious doubt whether soup base is veg

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all you can eat for 120minutes - Edit

the suki-ya is located in the tokyo district of the pavillion shopping mall. You can eat hot pot there and because the hot pot is divided into two, you can easily eat with your non-friends there :) we paid like 35RM for lunch including free green tea

Pros: healthy bar, has tofu, free iced green tea

Cons: serves also meat

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