Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Mizi Shabu Shabu, Bandar Puteri Puchong

Mizi Shabu Shabu is located in Bandar Puteri Puchong. You can find it amongst the shop lots opposite of Giant Hypermarket. You can't actually see it from the main road though so you will have to venture inside a little bit. The area is not big so it should be fairly easy to find.

Shabu Shabu is what one might call Japanese steamboat. Basically what happens is that you're served some thinly sliced meat. Using your chopsticks you pick up the meat and dabble the meat in boiling broth. Once cooked to your preference, open your mouth, insert meat, chew and swallow :)

Normal steamboat restaurants charge about RM12 per head. Expect to spend upwards of RM20 per person here. Bear in mind that you don't find shabu-shabu very often in Malaysia (or at least in Puchong) and Japanese food tends to be expensive here anyway.

Each person has their individual pot embedded into the table so if the table seats 4 it's not practical for an additional person to dine along. A little weird if you happen to have a party of 5.

Controls for the electric hot pot.

The 2 right-most dishes makes up a single set. In this case I ordered the Seafood Set. The top dish consisting of vegetables, fishballs and the like is standard with all sets. The dish at the bottom is what gives it its namesake; prawns, squids and fish.

This drink was called Honey Bubble Tea. Usually I would take the word "bubble" to mean tapioca balls but in this case the literal meaning applies though it probably should have been called Foamy Honey Tea instead.

posted by wyejon at Tuesday, August 16, 2005 (permalink) |

16 wise words from our readers:

a golden opinion from Blogger Kristine

qwll i live in puchong as well...=) in case u don't know me, u commented on my blog earlier today.

Yea, i'm in australia at the moment and thanks for the compliment

7:02 AM  

a golden opinion from Blogger alvin

Hey...when did u go? Was the food good?

1:47 PM  

a golden opinion from Blogger wyejon

kristine: can't remember which blog you're from :P

alvin: on friday lah... u said u were busy with church mah... remember? The food was nothing special. Just your average steamboat only in a nicer setting.

1:53 PM  

a golden opinion from Blogger Kristine


the one talking about racism in australia

10:44 PM  

a golden opinion from Blogger Seymour Cakes


We gotta go do Kayu sometimes soon man, I miss Kayu like mad!

Enough steamboat. *arggh*

12:51 PM  

a golden opinion from Blogger Dragon City

Jon, I went there again yesterday. They have a table with 6 seats.

9:26 AM  

a golden opinion from Anonymous hisyam

cool, the food looks tasty and the bubble tea too. rm12 to rm20 per person for steamboat looks alright i guess. is it all u can eat steamboat or not? coz here all u can eat steamboat cost AUD 16 :(

3:21 PM  

a golden opinion from Anonymous hisyam

owh, forgot to add, thanks for dropping by my website :)

3:22 PM  

a golden opinion from Blogger Wuching

hi Jon,

u have keen eyes, yes they've been around a long time. in fact, they're practically aussies now, like so many aussies here, we all come from different parts of the world to live here. wearing their traditional costumes attract audiences to their performances which i'll say; good on them

btw, thanx for ur comment

c u in the around in the blogospheres.

6:16 PM  

a golden opinion from Blogger wyejon

hisyam: Not halal food man :)

wu ching: yeah... hehe... I don't have anything against them.

6:20 PM  

a golden opinion from Anonymous Anonymous

So what's all this talk and the website did not post your address or phone number. Please specify if its all you can eat or comes in a set.

2:15 PM  

a golden opinion from Anonymous rock2jewels

What's the address and phone number for this restaurant?

2:17 PM  

a golden opinion from Blogger wyejon

I'm not sure what you mean by "So what's all this talk and the website did not post your address or phone number." but I can answer the question you posted.

It comes in sets... If memory serves there's the basic set and then there the basic set + chicken or beef or seafood.

I don't have the exact address and phone number but you can find the place opposite Giant supermarket in Bandar Puteri Puchong (on the same side of the road as Giant, not the Tesco side). You should be able to see a Sri Melur mamak from the main road... turn in there and drive inside a little bit.

12:13 AM  

a golden opinion from Anonymous Googler

Found this with Google:
Mizi Shabu-Shabu
No 17, Jalan Puteri 2/5,
Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong.
Mon - Sat
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm
Phone: 03-80603221

4:02 PM  

a golden opinion from Anonymous Darren Lee

Nice review about food spots in Puchong... You should post some of your ideas at www.bandarputeri.com.my ..it's Bandar Puteri online community with some cool gig going on... There is a food column about nice eating places in the forum you might want to check it out.... keep it up dude and peace .. >.<

1:20 AM  

a golden opinion from Anonymous Anonymous


5:47 PM  

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