We love hotel buffets, but we only go on special occasions. This buffet lasted from 12 noon to 2.30 pm. Everything came in really tiny portions, but the quality was good. Especially liked the buckwheat noodles, mac and cheese, spicy dumplings and the nonya fruit rojak. Mum liked the durian pengat too. There was no Indian cuisine in this international buffet, but Peranakan instead.
Didn’t take too many photos as I didn’t intend to blog this or do a proper review. Just a memorable day out with two little angels during the March school holidays. There were free milkshakes for children 16 and under. The milkshakes had sprinkles, candy floss and glico pocky sticks.
Some of the other items kids will enjoy: roasted potatoes with rosemary, sour cream and spring onion, shepard’s pie, spring rolls, sashimi, seafood platter, waffles with vanilla ice cream and yellow bean ang ku kueh.
Service was a tad slow as we couldn’t go take our own food, but had to order from a menu and wait be served due to Covid. You will get a complimentary parking coupon. They offered before we even had to ask.
My current favourite buffet is still the one at The Straits Kitchen at Hyatt both for food quality and service. But this was pretty good too and I wouldn’t mind coming again if there was a special promotional price.