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2015.12.18 | 日式浦飛

[Volume 10 Issue 12, #2085]
The (One Last Time) Japanese Buffet..
Japanese Bento Set
食物個人评分個人评价
生蠔★★★★生蠔完全冇味道, 似係食無味雲吞一樣.. 依家可以同大家講, 呑一隻無味生蠔比吞一隻腥味生蠔仲要嘔心!! 雖然係由廚房「新鮮」出爐, 但係唔知其實係喺入面「新鮮」咗幾耐囉??
魚生★★★★★第一, 啲魚生片得完全失去咗應有嘅口感.. 第二, 吞拿魚完全零味道, 同鮑片一樣, 食落去個感覺係似煙軔嘅麵粉團, 大家想像下啲齋魚肉.. 唯一可取嘅只有刺鯧及八瓜魚..
天婦羅及油炸物★★★★天婦羅蝦層麵漿比隻蝦仲要厚, 冇麵包糠不特止, 仲要係腍晒咁濟, 似係家庭式炸蝦多過似日式天婦羅.. 而炸鮮魷就老到好似食緊橡筋.. 唯有酥炸雞塊及芋頭球係可以食得落口..
燒烤類及海鮮★★★★★大多數都整得過熟, 就連其他同事都覺得OK嘅燒蝦, 我都很不幸地拎到隻肉質霉霉爛爛嘅.. 蒸銀鱈魚唔錯, 可惜捧到埋嚟已經凍晒.. 塩燒鯖魚係全晚我覺整得最好的, 只嫌鹹度唔夠..
其他★★★★★老實講, 食到呢度為止, 我已感失望, 見到好多其他嘅食物我都冇興趣去食喇.. 見到甜品部啲甜品都試試正正咁, 所以決定攻下甜品..
甜品★★★★甜品選擇頗多, 例如雪糕, 蛋糕, 曲奇, 格子鬆餅, 水果, 日式蔴糬, 遮里, 布甸, 朱古力噴泉等.. 我就拼了老命食咗三大球雪糕(鹹焦糖, 柚子忌廉, 香蕉朱古力), 太好味喇, 因為雪糕係出自Haagen Dazs而非Gogoya, 哈哈!! 蛋糕都很唔錯, 我想話其實全晚最滿意嘅都係啲甜品呀, 陰公~~ @.@"
總結★★★★★俾RM108食咁失敗嘅所謂日式自助餐, 失望加失落, 同樣咁多錢可以去第啲地方食得更好更滿足.. 呢次係最後一次, 以後唔會再幫襯!!
FoodMy RatingPersonal Comment
Oysters★★★★no taste at all, it's like slurpping bland wantan.. now i can tell you, it felt more disgusting to swallow tasteless oysters than fishy oysters!! though "fresh" from the kitchen, but i wonder how long it has been "fresh" in the kitchen??
Sashimi★★★★★first, the way the sashimi were cut was not professional that the texture was affected.. second, the tuna were tasteless and together with the abalone slices, i felt like eating some chewy flour, you know those vegetarian fish?? the only things that taste normal were the butterfish and octopus..
Tempura and Deep Fried★★★★the batter of the tempura prawn was thicker than the prawn itself, not breadcrumbed and soggy, more like homestyle prawn fritters than an authentic tempura.. the deep fried squid was so overcooked it felt like eating rubber.. only the deep fried chicken pieces and yam balls were normal..
Grills and Seafood★★★★★mostly overcooked and i was unlucky to picked a mushy grilled prawn while other colleagues found theirs okay.. the steam cod fish was not bad, just that i had turned cold while served.. the grilled mackerel was the best through out the night i personally think, just that it was not salted enough to taste..
Others★★★★★frankly, i was rather disappointed with the food and didn't feel like trying many others after taking a peep.. right away i went for the desserts which actually look more decent..
Desserts★★★★lots of choices like ice-creams, cakes, cookies, waffles, fruits, mochi, jelly, pudding, chocolate fondue etc.. i had three big scoops of ice-cream (salted caramel, yuzu and cream, chocolate banana) and found them super delicious, because they are from Haagen Dazs and not Gogoya, haha!! cakes were nice too, and i must say the only thing i enjoyed the whole night was probably the desserts, how pathetic~~ @.@"
Conclusion★★★★★paid RM108 for such a lousy so-called Japanese Buffet, i felt disappointed down, with the same amount of money there are so many other places where we can have satiably great food.. this will be the final time and i will not go back anymore!!
呢個星期初與同事去咗Moonhill Gallery嘅Gogoya食日式自助餐.. 雖然聽說水凖已經跌得慘不忍睹, 但係因為首選當晚full晒booking, 所以決定放手一試.. 每位RM108收費, 本來令大家萬分期待嘅一個晚餐, 卻變成了最令人失落嘅自助晚餐.. 又話日式自助餐, 但係非日本嘢仲多過日本嘢, 更甚的是食物達唔到大家嘅標準.. 點都好, 排除食物以外, 都不失為一個歡愉嘅晚餐嘅, 因為侍應手腳快服務唔錯, 大家對於食物質數睇法一致, 齊齊似食家咁猛彈啲食物彈得好開心!! 所以最後一次機會都過唔到關之際, 就係咁歹喇, 哈哈.. 如果有興趣知道我對啲食物有何評價, 可以按下面按鈕繼續睇..


係呀, 如果大家對上面張相有疑問, 我當晚其實冇(心情去)影相啦.. 張相嘅便當係我最近喺曼谷是但, 再重申係是鬼但, 一間餐廳所食嘅.. 好多讀者問我點解喺曼谷食日本嘢唔係食泰國嘢, 我諗依家可以俾個答案大家.. 就呢篇貼而言, 係因為喺曼谷可以好輕易搵到又經濟又有質數又好食嘅日本料理, 而KL冇囉!! 在此為Gogoya日式自助餐畫上個句號.. :p
i went to have Japanese buffet with colleagues earlier this week at Gogoya in Moonhill Gallery, while feedbacks were heard that the standard has dropped drastically, we still gave it a shot because our first choice was fully booked that night.. at RM108 nett per person, what was supposed to be something we looked forward to turned awfully disappointing.. themed Japanese buffet but there were actually more non-Japanese food than Japanese food to choose from, worse was that food were not to our standard.. anyway, other than the food, it was still a pleasant dinner because the table service was prompt, all of us thought alike of the food and had great time criticising like we were gastronomes!! so that's it for an experience that failed the one last chance, hahaha.. if you would like to read into details my comments on the food, click the button below..


BTW just in case you wonder, i didn't (have the mood to) take any photo that night.. the photo above was actually a bento set i had in a randomly picked restaurant, stressed randomly picked and picked randomly, during my recent Bangkok trip, where i mentioned i had a lot of Japanese food and got many readers asking why Japanese and not Thai.. now relating to this post, i can tell you that is because we can easily find affordable, quality and nice Japanese food in Bangkok but not in KL!! i draw an end to this Gogoya Japanese buffet.. :p
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62 comments:

  1. Nowadays, i don't quite like to go buffet as age catching up, can't eat much... And i will end up overeating and feel so bloated...

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    1. Never mind, you go zumba very often, sure can shake shake shake, shed off the calories... Hehe :p

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    2. haha, that's true.. when it comes to eating just enjoy and don't think too much, afterall you can dance Zumba to shed all the calories away :D

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    3. I like Japanese Buffet

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  2. Japanese buffet sounds interesting. I haven't been to one yet.

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    1. Wow, RM108 per head! That's way too expensive!

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    2. That was cheap as he paid a promo price. Most buffets at 5* Hotels in KL range from RM140 upwards!! I used to like that Gogoya @ MoonHill as they have the widest spread of buffet.

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    3. Wenn, I think Ipoh has a few nice Japanese restaurants, but got buffet or not I am not too sure...

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    4. i guess RM108 is considered more expensive than RM140 if the food are not nice at all.. the standard has dropped so much i will not go back anymore..

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  3. Thanks for sharing again, SK. I will remember. I only tried the Japanese buffet, Showgun at Sunway Pyramid last year on Raya eve. It was about RM80++ per person. It was not as bad as you described here. But then, I was just like you, I love those dessert more.

    By the way, we had so many rounds of ramen and sushi when we were in Tokyo last week. My family enjoyed the food in Japan so much. Those are authentic Japanese food. So fresh and so delicious.

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    1. Instead of Japanese buffet, I prefer those ordering from menu kind of eat all you can package. My friends in Japan treated us to one Japanese steamboat eat-all-you-can type. Wow! It was so oishi. We could choose two type of soup and so many good dishes, including desserts from the menu.

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    2. One thing you right, Japanese meal in Malaysia is so expensive and the standard is not really good.

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    3. Glad you had a nice experience at Japan Yannie. I always always love Japan! Especially their food! Only thing is, communication barrier... =_=

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    4. i think i tried Showgun once, before that went to Sakaiki more since it was the first Japanese buffet back then i guess.. but very sad, all these so-called Japanese buffet are not totally Japanese as only a few section are Japanese and the rest are just usual local food..

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  4. Woiii Thambee dei. You so rich and orang atas to dine at such a fabulous restaurant at MoonHill. Those well heeled people only sashay into MoonHills.

    I love Gogoya too! I always count its worth for the hefty price paid by counting the Haagen Daaz ice creams that I whollaped! I could easily down over 8 cups and that comes close to RM100 already. Yums!




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    1. Gogoya used to be good and i remember booking has to be weeks ahead when they were newly opened, but sad to say they cannot maintain the quality and hence i have to say goodbye to this eatery..

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  5. Ah...so this Gogoya pun already jatuh standard lah. I have heard of it but never got a chance to go there. There are two other Japanese buffets I used to go to. Saikaki and Sure-gone (hee..hee..dunno I murdered the name properly or not). I was impressed with Saikaki long ago and when Sure-gone opened at 1-U I was so excited. But seriously, the last few times I went there the food was so so only.

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    1. I read your comments and I can relate to that. That's why I feel Japanese food not so suitable buffet style. Mass production bring the standard down. Just like when I took my auntie to Umai-liao. And that one worse, service was so slow.

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    2. At RM108.00, you better just focus on the Haagen Daz ice cream lah since it is a high value item and the taste is fantastic.

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    3. From your review I won't waste my money at Gogoya. In fact I already give up on Japanese buffet.

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    4. yeah, in fact i think you don't have to consider this Gogoya at all, hahaha.. and you are right, all these so called Japanese buffet, only just a few sections and the rest are actually local food.. but i only had 3 scoops of Haagen Dazs ice-cream, regret i didn't have more.. hahaha!!

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  6. oh dear, that's a pretty bad experience judging from the comments.

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    1. it was indeed a very bad one, haha!!

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  7. It's like a trend here right?

    A decent joint with good reviews will reduce its quality consistently instead of maintaining standard or get better.

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    1. I agree with you Lina! So true. Somehow food chains here cannot maintain the good standard all the times. I wonder why.... Sigh~

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    2. i think it's not a trend but sadly, most of the Bolehland establishments could not keep up with their standards..

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  8. No wonder your title written one last time la! Means this will be the last time you visit Gogoya restaurant...

    Actually I remember this Gogoya restaurant was so famous last time! I went there once about 3 years ago (I think so la, that time I wasn't even pregnant with Aden) and I was so excited! Cause I have heard so many positive reviews about their food! Like so many options and how yummy they are! Price wise, yea not cheap but since it's a Japanese food buffet, I was willing to pay la, try ma! Never try never know wert!

    So during that time, I actually ate a lot, hehe. And the overall experience was great! Waiters/waitresses were prompt and friendly. Lots of food to choose from, nice environment too! I remember I ate a lot of Haagen Daaz ice cream!! Haha! Make every Ringgit counts ma! :p
    Then ever since that time, I was so wanted to go back again but no chance... Even if I go KL, I seldom go to that area, mostly just PJ only. Plus, there are other restaurants which serve similar stuff.

    So, coming back to your post. Actually you are not the first one who complain about this restaurant... I mean of recent case la. I have heard my friend mentioned before, probably within this year also. Really 退步 a lot and he also swear he won't go there again! Cause really waste money la! Not a satisfied one. Actually now also got other nice Japanese buffet restaurants to choose so I think this Gogoya will slowly sink to the bottom liao.

    I agree with you on the point about Japanese food in Thailand, I realize there are quite a lot Japanese food restaurants in Thailand, I have been to Hatyai and Bangkok ones and seriously they are good! Also cheaper than what we have here.

    So oysters are bad huh? Hmm me no comment cause I hardly take oyster.. Scare of the 'fishy' smell.
    Sashimi also not my thing at all. I don't eat raw food.
    Tempura and fried stuff, yea I like. But seems like what you mentioned really turn people off... What had happened to the kitchen huh actually? *scratch head*
    Seafood, must be fresh so that it will taste good, else really make people 没胃口 one.
    As for dessert, luckily still ok for you, at least something that can make us happy, haha! Like you said, it's HD brand so of course must taste good la right? Else, really need throw them rotten eggs liao, LOL!

    Hmm have you thought about complaining to them? It's our right as consumer... But then since you said you won't be going back again, complain or not also makes no difference la hor? Hehehehe!

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    1. yes, i remember when they were newly opened, booking has to be weeks ahead, and i actually was impressed with the variety as well as the quality of the food, and it was like RM90 that time and i thought it's worth paying.. but sadly to say, the standard dropped so much and now charging RM108 per head, it's the most "not worth" buffet all time, haha!! no point complaining to them lah, haha, i think if their business is getting less, they would know what happen :)

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    2. Yea, it's like pay more to get less thing, who will do that?

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  9. Wah SK Thambee turns into a fierce Gordon Ramsay-esque food critic! This is a very exciting post to read!

    Actually I was alright with my experience at Gogoya last year (or was it last last year) although they have already been getting bad press. Maybe I have even lower standards when it comes to food. But I agree their tempura is f**ked up. You need to wait for those freshly fried ebi, snap them up and eat within minutes, if not... disaster.

    Back to the topic of Japanese buffet, I cannot recall having gone to a so called Japanese buffet and really getting a proper Japanese buffet. Usually it is just the name but the food is still rojak. The only time I had real Japanese buffet was in the Fukushima hotel that I stayed in...

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    1. hahaha, i can really be one if i want.. anyway, really f**cked up and i guess maybe that was why there were actually ebi left there for people to pick.. yeah, i have not had a "real" all-Japanese buffet too, all rojak with local food only..

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  10. Seems like only the desserts is nice, same like me la, my boss treat us to this hotel buffet, it seems so high class and nice but unfortunately the food are omg...cold is one thing the serving are not so good, they don't even serve like proper catering service (I used to be a catering server so I know which attitude is correctly la yah, so can criticize and specify a bit)

    Food and service another thing, the silverware, the fork, spoon and the knife, the knife is like knife for putting butter one, not the knife for cutting meat one, obviously can tell it doesn't have the "gigi" at the end. The meat is a bit cold then now is difficult to cut.

    Second also is the drink is serving very slow so then when we asked them, they said they just have one blinder...=.=!! Aiyo, so big restaurant only have one ya??

    Last luckily the desserts are good, same like yours...only enjoy the deserts, the chocolate was nice but the ice cream....they do serve ice cream but I is not Haagen Dazs (sadly) is those normal one, don't know why it melt so fast, when the server pass it to me, I already can see the melting liquid, thought it supposed to be like solid one, right?? Sigh.....

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    1. because the desserts were not prepared by Gogoya themselves kot?? hahahaha, so they bought in and they are actually better?? yeah, nothing was really nice but at least still got the desserts that i actually quite enjoy.. :p

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    2. So is like you only makan desserts until full lo?

      Like that....they need to improve more lo, how can a restaurant got attract customer is not using their food but the dessert, really not in good supervise lo. Just like some restaurant, the food are not nice, but the decorations attract the customers..

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  11. 無論喺乜式嘅自助餐,我經已放棄咗好耐。

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    1. 其實我覺得食自助餐係件好開心好快樂嘅事囉~~ :)

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    2. 對現階段嘅我嚟講只會喺虐待

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  12. never been to a Japanese buffet simply because I don't think I can try their dishes but I find them really intriguing (and i guess the only way to find out is to experience it).. i think you can be a very effective food blogger with your detailed reviews on their menu... Me? I don't think so because I can just tell if the food is good or not and nothing in between but like you I will be more focused with desserts.. i will definitely give desserts higher marks compare to other courses

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    1. maybe Japanese buffet is not popular in your country?? I am sure there are also lots of good food in your country that I would love to try, hehe!! haha, because I was not happy hence I gave my very detailed and sincere comments on the food, I am really not a good foodie blogger, haha!! :D

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  13. I'll prefer quality over quantity now for buffet., old dy can't eat much :P

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  14. 你說的是那家需要訂位才吃得到的“有名”餐廳嗎?其實新山這裡也是有過這樣的情形,剛開始的時候是真的很值得,服務好,質量也好,可是生意好了一段日子就變了。不知道為什麼做生意的都這樣,一直保持也不至於虧錢吧!總是要去砸自己的招牌。

    如果不喜歡吃甜點的人不就很不值得了?呵呵~H牌的雪糕我覺得太甜了。

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  15. When they first open in KL, I bought a book of coupons and went so many times. Now I have not been there for about 3 to 4 years now because the food taste has dropped so much. Now you also confirmed it has dropped.

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  16. Oh..thanks for the tips, I probably won't visit this Gogoya restaurant when I am in KL. It's definitely not worth it paying RM108 for food that's not meeting the expectations. Might as well eat in foodcourt serving Japanese food.

    And, RM108 doesn't seems cheap. I know some restaurants charge around RM50++ for a buffet here in JB. And for this amount, you can get a nice bento at most restaurants. It's ok, don't visit this place anymore till they improved on their standards.

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  17. Yeah, if I were you, I also did the same by enjoying on the desserts since the food are so below expectations...hahaha... Of course, the first thing is to try the sushis and sashimis. The sashimis have to be fresh and thick to make it enjoyable. I just had a Christmas buffet in Renaissance JB and it was so good. The salmon sashimi was thick !

    Aiyo..how come Japanese buffet feature non-Japanese food? That's crazy ... or probably a way to save costs or make the spread having more variety? I guess it really doesn't matter of how widedpread the variety of food is, as long as it is tasty and stick of the theme of the buffet.

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  18. Well, I wouldn't take pics of the buffet too, not because of the food but it is simply too crowded. And, not to mentioned the food didn't meet expectations. Well, I guess the place is just being localised, just like your Thai bento set.

    I have been to a Japanese ala-carte buffet and we can order as many plates as we like. It's all Japanese food in the menu and we ate the sushi most. So, you can imagine the plates of sushi on our tables..muahahhaa.. Btw, usually the sashimi and sushis will always needed topup as that's what everybody go for it. It's always the same in any buffet. Im not too sure which this restaurant since you mentioned it's tasteless and not professionally cut. eh.. could it be fresh? Can get infections if the sashimi are not fresh!

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  19. I wonder what are the non-Japanese food they offered there ? Could it be dim sums , kimchi, fried chicken, chinese vegetables , briyani and nasi lemak ? muahahahahah....

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  20. Good afternoon SK.

    Fuiyoh,..you and your friend went to Gogoya Japanese buffet ah..very amous buffet wor when comes to japanese buffet. Many of my friends went there and said nice.

    Alamak...first night fully booked...then second booking baru can get....must have been looking forward to it already la and most probably since it's fully book so food must be nice also ...haiz looks like a case of expectation too high jor. Guess these types of buffet have changed and cater for local taste more than being truly japanese food la.

    entah la...nowadays...for me la...not about japanese buffet but about hotel buffet. though price are high but the food standard just so so only. Even those that brag say serve international food. End up ...most selection are of local food like roti canai...satay.... adui...

    Food not to your standard? meaning taste or the selection? If taste maybe those are the peak days so food not prepared by the Chef .. maybe food prepared by trainee chef? So the standard will be lower?

    I suspect that many buffet are training ground for the would be chef. This is the place where the hotel or an establishment can risk a trainee chef prepare the food. after all ...one trainee prepare dessert one prepare meat...all of course under the guidance of the head che la. Head chef most likely reserved for big functions instead for for making food for buffet

    A consolation la that the table service are good. No need wait till neck long for them to refill the plain water or to take away the dirty plates.

    hahaha...looks like you all have a common "enemy" . Can crucify the establishment while ranting about the food there.

    oyster- aiyak...no taste ah....lol...sure to be a few days kot? turned grey or not? like that you guys tarak lausai kira baik liao

    sashimi- i have no idea what the heck is that. Anyway, if it depends on the way it is cut...i guess you guys might have just been made into white mice la. Must be cut by the assistant or junior chef or chef in training la. guess this sashimi is something similar to beef la...if salah cut then taste will be affected. it will feel tough instead of soft and succulent

    Tempura and deep fried- hey this one is it serve to order or did they leave it at the plant at the main area(I have not been to GoGoYa so tarak tau how the place look like)..if it is out at the main area means most likely it have been there too long till soggy liao. Have had fried octopus at one of the japanese food chain...also left at the conveyer belt too long. Complain to the manager, he said it;s like that punya wor. Adui...

    all these fried stuff cannot leave it long time else tak sedap liao lo.

    ya octopus of fried too long will become rubbery. i hate that.

    batter too thick? hahaha sounds like me cooking there geh...hmmm but then i tarak take second job at GoGoYa wor despite what the minister said. I have yet to master how to make the batter thin and crispy like ...haiz....

    Grill and seafood- alamak... of so many prawns there you chosen the mushy one? Not fresh lo....wei...did you go out buy nombor ekor after that or not? hahaha I dont really like Cod fish. Didnt like the smell. Hmm...maybe they expect you all sendiri taruk salt and the sauces kot? after all some like it mild some like it more taste.

    Others- guess by then tarak mood liao lo. looking forward to the buffet then suddenly the food so "car chicken" haiz.... sakit hati.

    Dessert- well at least got one section get 5 stars la . consolations prize lo. Har kan dak not cheap leh and also the taste of that ice cream very nice. Then if got fresh fruits add on to it lagi best giler yummy

    Conclusion _RM108 i can get a pretty decent chinese buffet for two person....with sharfin too...okay dont shoot me for eating sharkfin okay..it's included into the buffet punya leh.

    Adui...i betul betul kena con la...or rather con by my own eyes and my speed reading. I thought that picture was the things in the buffet. presentation looks very nice. But how come say tak sedap...tu la...padan muka me see first paragraph only

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  21. lol... you also post irrelevant photo to your post... so people like me who give irrelevant comment to your post should count as one comment ya!

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  22. not even one food from that gogoya worth posting up? go go la your money!! next time pay me, i cook for you

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  23. you can name any food you like and i will cook better than 5 star restaurant for you, even it will be my first time to cook that particular food ordered by you... hahah

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  24. you are so patient to even give comment to all the food you ate, put it in a nice programmed table and embedded it to your post... #saluteyou

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  25. if you know how to make use of your database analysis idea, you can make more money than the JM...make your initial a big name for this year!

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  26. i don't fancy japanese food anymore after my visit to Tokyo.... malaysia has got more variety of food... walk in pasar malam and you get to eat ah pom, fruit juice, pan mee, sat keh ma, cempedak, nyonya kuih, cake, ... eat until you drop dead also won't cost RM108 i think....

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  27. most of the time japanese food taste the same --> all made from soy sauce.... or wasabi ... or curry... that's all la...

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  28. maybe because i born here live here eat here, i think malaysia still got the most variety of food..... gomennasai to your japanese reader, please don't get angry at me... don't take it too personal :D

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  29. but one thing cannot deny is that, japanese really treat their food like art. the bento, the muachi, the ice cream, the soup boil for hours, the finest preparation.... thumbsup

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  30. how do you know that the gogoya got japanese theme buffet? is it a year long theme or season theme? you are the member

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  31. my aunt is the member (i think she is still), but hardly hear her going. wonder why people crazy over it... is it because of 人有我有心态?

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  32. hey, how about you give me the reward of being able to give bilingual comment like your post? but i don't know how to write in cantonese like you... :P

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  33. you know how to cut shasimi professionally?

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  34. sure will not go back anymore? what if i organise another surprise birthday party there? kakakaka....

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  35. you have sweet tooth... now i know! next time will bring you home-made ice-cream and yummilicious cake

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