The pillow menu at the Hilton hotels isn’t the only menu we’d plant our faces into. Though Checkers Brasserie still keeps its dated green and coral parquet floors, and its buffet menu continues to evolve: no buffet spread is the same on any day of the week - from Thai- to Mediterranean-themed weekday lunch buffets, to the Fridays-only seafood buffet and the a la carte Sunday champagne (Lois Roederer) brunch - it’s always an adventure for the palates. On weekdays, it’s a small variety of quality but fresh seafood, a medium-sized cold cuts selection, and nicely cooked roast meats. Egg lovers will want to save up for the Sunday brunch and have the eggs with wagyu corned beef hash, or the slow-cooked soft boiled egg with unagi, or both. For more buffet reviews, click here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/52-best-buffets-2014-*gid-033e3101/photos/#b0c60100
Came here earlier in the week on a business lunch. Had a seared tuna steak salad which was not bad except not enough greens. Tuna was fresh. Then shared a cheese cake which was yummy. They serve good Lily coffee too. So can order without feeling ripped off.
Came here again on Sat night with wife as wanted to let her try the cheesecake. And here was our great discovery :
They serve a fantastically value for money Japanese Buffet dinner on Sat. Dig this :
1) Unlimited free flow of sake.
2) Unlimited fresh (operative word being FRESH) and also well presented (VERY IMPT if you have eaten badly cut and presented sashimi before) sashimi. Maguro, Sake, Ikura, Yellow Tail, Scallops...
3) Not bad tempura and teppanyaki.
The main dishes are of average calibre. But we were amazed at the sashimi and the rice wine. I mean I usually pay $150+ for a japanese meal and here it is at $48 per pax unlimited....
And the dessert was good too. They had the cheesecake! So we had a good meal. Will recommend. Crowd is mostly locals. Had a couple who were plate pilers but they sat far away so did not make me lose my appetite!