Shogun by Saisaki Japanese Buffet

Lot G1 27 01-04,Fahrenheit 88 Shopping Mail,
179, Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Contact: +603 2148 7333

Opening Hours
Lunch : 12:00 - 15:00
Dinner: 15:00 - 22:30


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Shogun by Saisaki Japanese Buffet

   Shogun by Saisaki serves contemporary Japanese Buffet style, with additional of local delights and Chinese style buffet items. There are few branches available including at Solaris Mon’t Kiara, One Utama, Sunway, UOA II, and Fahrenheit 88.



   The colorful interior of the restaurant instantly brighten up one’s mood upon entering.



  The sushi and sashimi counter is located in the middle section of the restaurant, where one can also find various Japanese traditional items displayed around such as Soba and Japanese style appetizers. Hand Roll is available upon request, in choices of Prawn or Crab.


     Ordering of Teppanyaki can be made as well, with selections of items such as prawn, chicken, fish, various mushrooms, and leafy vegetables, though I find that too much seasoning was added and my plate of teppanyaki turned out to be slightly salty and overwhelming.



    Chilled Soba with toppings of seaweed, spring onions and bonito flakes, refreshingly delicious.



    The teriyaki and tempura section is located at the front area, as can be seen from the picture, the teriyaki selection tends to run out quickly, especially the River Eel, one reason being that the fish was fresh and delicious in the gravy. Do come in early on time if you wish to savor those dishes because somehow the dish refilling of Shogun is done less frequently.


     Varieties of tempura and deep fried snacks, favorite for the kids.



    Soup dishes offered in Shogun include miso soup, mushroom cream soup, Sharkfin soup, Tomyam soup and their very own Shogun special soup. The mushroom soup was very smooth and surprisingly exceeded my expectation, and thus I actually took two bowl of it.



    Whereas the Shogun special soup consists of clam, ginger slices, Chinese wolfberries, the broth tasted deliciously flavorsome with tinge of spiciness from the ginger and spices. Definitely recommended.



   For those who has a more localized taste bud might as well try out the various vegetables and seafood dishes, my personal favorite is the water cress, not overcooked and best of all I can be sure that I’m taking in wholesome nutrient with each bite.



    The Dim Sum counter is located at the back area of the restaurant, the selection is lesser at some time especially during peak hours.


    The Chocolate Fountain in Shogun offers dipping items of cut fruits and crackers, whereas the drink station with few selections such as rose syrup, chrysanthemum tea, and orange juice.


    Lovely dessert counter displaying colorful sweet indulgence.


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To Eat

Bandung Noodle

Appetizing for its thick gravy, not too spicy and thus suitable for most. The name "Bandung" meaning mixed.

Prawn Noodle

The soup broth of dried shrimps and of course the fresh prawns in the noodle and this the dish tastes sweetly spicy.

Wantan Noodle

To determine a good bowl of Wantan Mee lies at the Char Siu slices, whether it’s succulent and secondly, the quality of the Wantan .

Jawanese Noodle

Some claimed that Mee Jawa was popularized by the Indonesia Java community during their early settlement in Malaya.

Pork Noodle

Undoubtedly another much preferred noodle soup among the Chinese, the pork noodle really lives up to its reputation.

To See

Mahsuri Mausoleum

Built in honor of Mahsuri, a lady whose story’s well spread among folklores. The locals hope that Mahsuri’s soul would also be able to rest in peace.

Dutch Fort Pangkor

The fort was built in four squares of ten yards each, with high solid stone walls reaching about thirty feet in height.