Earlier this week, I went to a Japanese buffet restaurant located at One Utama, New Wing where you get to indulge in all sorts of Japanese cuisine. Food here are offered at a reasonable price. There lots of varieties of food offered from starters right up to appetizers.

They offer the basic tempura range, tepanyaki to chicken marinated in teriyaki sauces. They also offer lots and lots of salmon fish, oyster and soft shell crab. The soup are from the usual miso soup, beef soup to shark’s fin soup! However, there is only a limited range of sushi to select from if you are a sushi fan. If you are going for the appetizers, you can choose from a wide, and I mean wide, range of ice-cream flavours. Fruits there are also fresh. The price is definately worth paying for because… there are lots of crabs, shrimps and oysters!

Do go for the chili crabs, if you are a fan of seafood. Its delicious! One thing though, the grill chicken wing that they offer, is uncooked!

Overall, food is so-so only mainly because its cold. But then again, aren’t Japanese food mostly cold?

Assorted array of dishes served there

Some range of sushi, handroll and seafood salad

The uncook chicken

IceQueen’s Rating:-
Environment: 8 /10
Food Quality: 5 / 10
Price Affordability: 6 / 10

Overall: 5 / 10

* Location: Level 2 New Wing, One Utama
* Price Range: Drinks are free flow so buffet cost about RM49.90++
* Restaurant: Shogun

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15 Responses to “Shogun”

  1. boo_licious Says:

    What’s the price per pax? Heard abt this place, some say opened by the same owner of Saisaki. Read in the USJ forum that the sashimi is not fresh, is that true?

  2. ic3 Que3n Says:

    boo_licious, its about RM49.90 per pax. I heard about that rumour too but not too sure if its true. Yes, the sashimi is not fresh perhaps due to not covering the food. They leave it there in the open air so its cold, hard and dry when you put it into your mouth

  3. maria @ twinsmom Says:

    eww… the uncooked chicken!!! thanks goodness that day I went didn’t see any chicken in this state :P.

  4. ic3 Que3n Says:

    auntie maria, you’re so lucky! I take 2 times 2 times also kena. Then my friends took it also kena… so sui..

  5. BELLE Says:


  6. ic3 Que3n Says:

    Belle, dunno wor. I heard that its under sasaki la. Yealo, food not that great. Money better spent on other buffets.

  7. Vain Says:

    i saw a rat running in the store n a fly on the sushi today. Ugh… So “clean”.

  8. kennhawk Says:

    emm how bout try Jogoya japanese buffet at Starhill Gallery rather than Shogun…it’s a bit expensive but really worth it…

  9. SoGua Says:

    i prefer Sasaiki in Wisma UOA 2.

  10. Sherry Says:

    I think the price has increased.

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