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Crepes and Hotpots

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Crepes are really versatile – they can be savoury or sweet, depending on what you put in them, and you can adjust how filling or light you want them to be! It’s not often that I get to prepare food at home, so when I had the weekend off mum and I decided to make some of these for lunch 🙂

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Not ‘conventional’ by any standards – we stir-fried some ham with onions as the filling. Sauce would have been good, but it’s rather fattening… >-<

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Somehow the ‘crepes’ turned out looking like pancakes. It’s hard to make ones with a porous texture unless you have a proper skillet. Anyone has any tips to share?

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It was raining very heavily the evening after work, and it has been ages since my last hotpot – so I dropped by Sukishi@IOI Mall, Puchong for a comforting dinner after a stress-filled day.

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Being a creature of habit, I always have the same things from the buffet line, namely shellfish like bamboo clams (they kind of look like whitish tongues or flat worms)…

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Assorted hotpot items like cheese filled seafood balls, beef and pork balls, oyster mushrooms and fried beancurd skin.

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The star attraction is ofc the meat selection. They are currently offering lamb, apart from the usual chicken, pork and beef. After cooking quickly in the Miso soup or soy-based soup, it is best to cool the meat by dipping it into raw egg, then their house specialty chilli and garlic dip. At just under RM40++, the buffet is value for money for meat lovers and large eaters.

Sukishi Japanese Buffet

IOI Mall, New Wing, 3rd Floor, 47170 Puchong

Mon-Sun (11am – 10pm) Lunch – 11am – 4pm, Dinner – 5pm – 10pm

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