This Shinjuku Thai restaurant offers all-you-can-eat tom yum hot pot and dim sum


Tokyo has a variety of amazing food offerings throughout the year, with some restaurants specializing in all you can eat offers. There are candy paradise with its dessert buffets and a special Starbucks in Ginza with its Italian buffet. You can get just about any type of cuisine for a reasonable price and eat to your heart’s content.

Now Thailand’s popular MK restaurant chain, known for its ‘Thai-suki’ hot pot, will be offering several new all-you-can-eat deals you won’t want to miss.

The only one in Tokyo MK-Restaurant in Shinjuku will have three types of all-you-can-eat hot dishes: pork and chicken sangen dish for ¥2,380 (¥2,680 for dinner), angus beef dish for ¥2,580 (¥2,980 for dinner), and a Kagoshima black pork and a beef dish for ¥3,470 (¥3,880 for dinner). All are accompanied by locally grown vegetables.

What’s interesting about MK Restaurant’s sukiyaki is that you can have two different broths in one pot – and there are five options to choose from. You can’t go wrong with the restaurant’s all-time favorite tom yum kung with refreshing notes of lemongrass. There are condiments on the side to enhance the flavor, including Spicy Fried Garlic Potato Chips and Basil Fried Garlic Potato Chips.

Photo: MK Restaurant

If you’re a big eater, you might want to top up ¥500 or ¥800 for unlimited dim sum on top of your hot pot. The first offering offers 20 kinds of dim sum while the second offers 30. So don’t fill up on Thai-suki and leave room for cheese shumai dumplings, mandu kimchi and baked buns. panda shaped steamer.

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Photo: MK Restaurant

Restaurant MK Shinjuku will have these new offerings from September 13, with opening hours ranging from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Besides all-you-can-eat meals, the restaurant also offers inexpensive lunch deals starting at ¥850, where you’ll get a portion of steamed vegetables and soup to complement your main course choice. Visit MK Restaurant website for more information.

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