Monday, December 13, 2010

Midori Japanese Steamboat & Buffet Restaurant at Fahrenheit 88

OK, basically we totally didn't plan to go to this restaurant at all. We were targeted for Moussandra actually. However, by the time we reached there, the shop is already closed. The group was tired and hungry so we decided to 'cincai' pick one restaurant in Fahrenheit 88.

When we walked by Midori Japanese Steamboat & Buffet Restaurant, we saw the promotion sign -- "RM35++ for hi-tea buffet". We went in to survey and love the variety of food that they are offering. I'm sure there are more than 100 types of food for us to choose. There are Japanese, Western, local, steamboat, and most importantly, they serve 8 different flavours of Häagen-Dazs in one of their dessert counter. Everyone was so excited that we all started to get our food from the counters almost immediately after payment.
Everyone ran to the sushi counter for a quick start

Food quality (in term of taste)?? Average lo~
Ambiance?? Great (because we're the only customer there! Ha ha!)
Value for money?? Definitely! What can you eat with RM35++ in KL? Here you can get sushi, handroll, tempura, sashimi, ramen, udon, steamboat (with lots of seafood to choose from and 4 types of soup), salad, shark fin soup, roast beef/chicken/mutton, dimsum, cakes, puddings, Haagen-Dazs ice-cream, chocolate fondue etc. "Dai Dou Lan La~"
Will you recommend this restaurant to your friends?? Well, if you so happen feeling hungry when you are at Fahrenheit 88, and it is already way past lunch time, maybe you should consider drop by Midori.
Will I return to this shop?? No lah~ what for?? I'm sure there are many other greater places for me to explore.

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