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Engaging the crowds are hyperactive boxers, and ring card girls who often appear during ‘half-times’ with placards featuring incredibly attractive offers from 1-for-1 deals to items going at $1 and more.
Amongst the varieties of wings I’ve tried, the Mozzarella Jumbo Wings slumbered most delightfully on my palate. Melty cheese oozes as you bite into the wings, which have been painstakingly deboned for maximised devouring pleasures.
The Pumpkin Crispy Rice Cake Burger Benedict will please Asian palates most. Served open faced, the angus beef patty is artfully assembled on a fragrant rice cake studded with pumpkin bits, topped with baby spinach and a perfectly wobbly poached egg.
The Tyson Peanut Butter Burger is a personal favourite, comprising Angus beef, streaky bacon, arugula leaves, peanut butter sauce, sunny side up egg, cheddar cheese and sun-dried tomato brioche bun. The patty gets an added boost of flavour from the specially concocted nutty and creamy peanut butter sauce that’s scattered with crushed peanuts for texture.Another highlight would be the Tapas & Dessert Buffet, costing only $4.90+ per adult and $3+ per child during lunch, and $7.90+ per adult and $5+ per child during dinner, with every main course purchased.
After Work, Ala Carte, Alfresco/Outdoor Dining, Boys Night Out, Brunch, Buffet, Children/Family, Chillout, Dinner, Girls Night Out, Large Groups, Large Groups/Gathering, Lunch, Night Out, People Watching, Relaxed, Trendy
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