Tenji Japanese Buffet Restaurant aims to offer food lovers more than the usual common sushi, sashimi or teppanyaki. Gourmands will likely need to make several visits to savor all of the 250 plus unique items on the menu featuring a gastronomic spread of Japanese, Chinese as well as Asian fusion and Western delicacies.
The restaurant was HUGE, and was occupies around 30,000 sq feet including al fresco dining area which I find would be perfect at night. The price range is start from RM39.90 + per pax. It’s totally worth the price to eat-all-you-can in a Japanese buffet restaurant.
Located at the swanky dining destination at SohoKL in Solaris Mont Kiara, Tenji Japanese Buffet Restaurant replicates a traditional Japanese home with clean, sleek and uncluttered interior. The restaurant is spread over the entire wing of the first floor of Block L, SohoKL, making it probably the largest restaurant of its kind in Malaysia.
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