Sazori Shabu Zone and Grill @ Sunway

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Danny and I were invited to attend a food review at Sazori Shabu Zone and Grill last week.
Our “eat-all-we-can” spirit was on all the way during the progress. (You will find the answer in this post)
Sazori is a HALAL restaurant, offers a self-serving buffet concept, combining the Shabu Style and the Japanese BBQ style at Sunway area. When first walking into the restaurant, customers may find photo frames are all over the wall. Personally love this concept much because for me, it looks cozy.
Another lovely feature in Sazori is they serve food with hassle-free conveyor belt. Normally when we decided to eat in buffet style, we always need to walk to the buffet counter to replenish our food. Thus, I find this concept convenient in which customers can take their preferable food without leaving seat. 
To avoid wastage of food, Sazori only serves food in a smaller portion and also categorizes them with different colors of containers — Blue (seafood), orange (basic steamboat ingredients) and green (vegetables).
To preserve the freshness of the meats, Sazori does not serve the meats in the conveyor belt. Customers can order as many as they want and the crew will prepare the food accordingly. 
For non-Muslims customers, slice bacon will be served during steamboat. However, since Sazori is a HALAL shabu and grill restaurant, they replace the the pork ingredients with beef bacon strips. Other than that, Sazori also serves chicken ham, slice lamb, slice beef, chicken gyoza and seasoned baby octopus.
All the food that Sazori serves are fresh. Danny loves their seasoned baby octopus very much while I prefer the chicken gyoza. We urge you to eat immediately when these two dishes were served because these dishes may end up with less tastier if the dishes are not hot. 
Sazori’s restaurant manager, Ben told us that they concern a lot on hygiene; thus, for steamboat, the restaurant serve every customer with individual shabu pots. It is beneficial for those who concerned about sharing food and utensil. Not only that, the benefit of using individual shabu pot is you can choose your own soup base. 
Sazori offers four types of soup base – clear chicken soup, seafood tom yam soup, beef soup and ponzu soup. 
Clear Chicken Soup
Beef Soup
Seafood Tom Yan Soup
Ponzu Soup
Clear chicken soup will be the most common soup base during steamboat. Adding some ingredients, a common chicken soup base can become your “own made” soup base. Like mine, I have added seaweed and make a pot of seaweed soup. 
Danny chose seafood tom yam soup. The tom yam soup is quite concentrated. However, the beef soup is less tasty.
Ponzu soup will be their special soup, which is made by Japan seasoned soy sauce. It is sourish sweet in taste. I will recommend the first timer ordering this soup. I personally love this flavor much.

Sazori also provide different condiments for soup as well as dipping sauces. There are few kinds homemade sauces; the must try sauce is their Sazori Specialty sauce. Especially when eating the grill style, adding the sauce, for sure it will make the food even delicious.

Not only food is in buffet concept, their desserts and drinks are buffet too which mean customers can eat and drink all they can. That’s why I said Danny and I ‘eat-all-we-can’ spirit were on that time. 

Well, at a glance, Sazori Shabu and Grill is a great dining place for people who love buffet. And also, since Sazori serves no pork and we have also Muslim friends. Therefore, when we held a dinner, Sazori will be a best choice for us, instead of just go to mamak. 

Sazori Shabu Zone and Grill (opposite Murni restaurant)
Address: No. B-G-3A, Block B, No. 1, Jalan PJS 8/15, 
Arena Mentari, 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Tel: 03-5887 2843
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shabuzone

Lunch: 12:00 pm – 3:00 p.m.
a) Buffet & Grill
Adult: RM 31.90
Kids (Below 120 cm) RM 19.90
Senior Citizen (60 years old and above) RM 21.90

b) Buffet only
Adult: RM 26.90
Kids (Below 120 cm) RM 18.90
Senior Citizen (60 years old and above) RM 21.90

Dinner: 5:30 p.m. – Closed
a) Buffet & Grill
Adult: RM 38.00
Kids (Below 120 cm) RM 24.00
Senior Citizen (60 years old and above) RM 26.90

b) Buffet only
Adult: RM 34.00
Kids (Below 120 cm) RM 22.00
Senior Citizen (60 years old and above) RM 26.90
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1 COMMENT

  1. This restaurant looks really new if you ask me and the food is really different for me. I guess I ve never tasted something like this before!

  2. Okay this place has GOT to get itself in Manila. As soon as I saw Grilled Iidako I was sold! Haha! This place looks absolutely fantastic! 😀

  3. I like how everything has their individual containers, and everything really looks so clean and hygienic! i would love to try it there, especially with the mix shabu shabu and teppanyaki concept.

  4. I like the bbq grill concept since I feel that you get to space your meal because you have to cook in between. This would be a great place for buffet.

  5. The restaurant did look so cozy. Very relaxing and it would be nice to spend time with friends or family you need to catch up with. I’m not a lover of these food but I love how they presented the ingredients and everything else so neatly. It gives the impression that the food are well taken care of.

  6. Sazori offers a great selection of meals to please every taste. I really like the fact that you can refill your plates without having to get up and walk to the food containers, you definitely got me with your review.

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