Monday, January 3, 2011

Hanamasa - Yakiniku & syabu - syabu

In order to celebrate Christmas and New Year 2011, I had lunch together with my colleagues and bosses at one of Hanamasa restaurants. It's nice to eat at Hanamasa again but then I wasn't feeling very well that day thus I couldn't really eat nor enjoy the food, too bad.

Hanamasa

Hanamasa is the first Japanese franchise restaurant in Indonesia using the self-service (buffet) concept. Yakiniku ( grilled meat) and Syabu-syabu (hot pot) - also known as Shabu-Shabu are the main menu. The price for Yakiniku or Syabu-syabu is Rp. 98.500/person plus 10% tax. (currency: 1 USD = Rp. 9.000)
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"Robayataki" is also included in the buffet menu.
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Drinks (hot and cold) and desserts (fruits and pudding). I love the cold Thai tea here.
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Location:
Hanamasa
Mall Puri Indah 2nd Fl.
Jl. Puri Agung Puri Indah No. 232 B
West Jakarta
Tel. (62-21) 582 2464

Disclaimer:
The review and opinion expressed here are purely according to my personal taste. There's a possibility that the taste of the food might change later on, which could affect the review and opinion here. I also affirm that no monetary or non-monetary compensation has been received from this restaurant for writing this review.

21 comments:

  1. don't worry.....
    I'm sure you can go there for second round.....

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  2. pisang goreng: hi there, long time no see! Happy New Year! Yes, next time will go there again :)

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  3. fantastic looking grub! (am writing Tangkhuban Perahu now.. next stop.. YOU! LOL)

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  4. cumi & ciki: Hahaha.. can't wait to read the post!!! :D

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  5. noobcook: Happy New Year too, Noobcook :)

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  6. glo: Happy New Year too, Glo :)

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  7. I didn't know that Hanamasa provides buffet, cool...! Btw, Happy New Year 2011, Selby :)!

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  8. Happy New Year! great way to start with a good spread of food!

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  9. cooking gallery: Hanamasa has been providing buffet all the time since they opened in the late 1980s ;) Happy New Year, CG to you and your family plus bunnies! :D

    tigerfish: Happy New Year 2011, Tigerfish! :)

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  10. I wish we had a place like this in the US! There are so many choices!

    And I love shabu-shabu, even if it's totally inauthentic.

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  11. mica: Oh.. I thought there are a lot kind of places ( for buffet) in the US.

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  12. Happy New Year Selba! I do hope you are feeling better.

    I am in total awe in the selection of foods. Where oh where does one begin:)

    Thanks for sharing...

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  13. louise: Happy New Year, Louise! Need to make a strategy to give a try of all the food, hehehe...

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  14. Happy New Year Selby! I was just on my old blog looking for something when I decided to check out everyone on my list.

    I am glad you're still blogging, bigger and better than ever. FB for me has been the Big Distraction. Fortunately you're too busy here to waste time over there...unlike me :-(

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  15. olivia: Livvieeee... so nice to see you in here, girl! thanks for dropping by :) Oh well, I'm also busy in FB but most of the time just for the games! hahaha...

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  16. I love Shabu-Shabu... half the fun is simply in blanching the meat yourself... :)

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  17. life for beginners: True!!! Besides healthy, it's also yummy :)

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  18. I too love Shabu Shabu! KL has been having a cold and rainy spell. this looks like the perfect food!

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  19. cumi & ciki: ah.. another shabu-shabu lover :)

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