Friday, March 6, 2015

Saturday Buffet @ Kazumi Japanese Restaurant, Hotel Bangi-Putrajaya

Checking out Kazumi's Saturday Japanese dinner buffet, which costs a reasonable RM89.40 nett for adults & RM44.70 for kids, as of early 2015 (but be sure to confirm the latest prices while making reservations). This was formerly Kampachi at the Equatorial Bangi, but it's now Kazumi after the hotel turned into Hotel Bangi-Putrajaya.

The raw fish meets the minimum benchmark for satisfaction - sufficient incentive to return to the sashimi counter for seconds.

Our favourite's the maki section - soft-shell crab rolls boast crisp crustacean flesh; unagi rolls offer plump toppings of eel.

No lack of all-you-can-eat seafood, whether you're seeking shishamo, prawns, clams or salmon, from the head to the belly.

The remainder of the selection scores mainly for variety, not quality; that's OK, since every buffet has both hits & misses.

Kazumi Japanese Cuisine,
Hotel Bangi-Putrajaya, Bangi, Selangor. Tel: 03-8210-2222


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15 comments:

  1. Everything looks very clean...and neat too. Nice!

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    1. Suituapui: ya, hygiene is a virtue here, i think, heh :)

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  2. You didn't sell it to me...quality trumps variety when it comes to food. I wonder if better japanese buffets are available elsewhere?

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    1. YouHadYourLunch: yeah, there were a few hits here, especially in the sashimi & maki section, but the cooked stuff was more about variety :) yup, there are better japanese buffets, though those cost above RM100 :)

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  3. It looks like a clean and busy place, Sean. Are the yellow things on the tables in shape of shells napkins? I like this. :)

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    1. Linda: oh yes, you spotted the 'shell' napkins ... very nicely folded :)

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  4. That buffet spread with that kinda price?! That salmon.... shut up and take my money!

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    1. Ken: heheh, hand it over! :)

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  5. A buffet that offers unagi rolls....that's my kind of buffet! :D

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    1. Contact.ewew: heheh, yeah, it makes me miss the old days when unagi on its own was a staple at various japanese buffets :)

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  6. That sounds reasonably priced.... as long as the sashimi is fresh and of good quality, I'd be happy!

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    1. Baby Sumo: yeah, as it turned out, the sashimi tasted better than most of the cooked fare! :)

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  7. The price is friendly for a buffet, but the problem is I can't eat much, haha. :P

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    1. CK: heheh, i think even if you don't eat much, you can still get a decent value at some japanese buffets :D

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  8. Thanks, i'ii introduce to my friends from Japan who miss his food very much:)

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