This Thai restaurant chain is a household name in Singapore, well-known for its signature Coca sauce, made from a secret family recipe over 50 years ago. Besides the buffet steamboat menu, there are also signature dishes like the original fish glue, house special dumpling and other seafood dishes to sample.
Dinner Buffet is @ Adults - $38++ | Children - $23++ | Senior Citizen (above 60yrs old) Promotion - $28++
There are 3 soup base available - Clear Chicken Broth, Tom Yum Soup and top up additional $13 for Herbal Chicken Soup (with half spring chicken).
A standard round of dishes will be served, then you can re-order other dishes in the buffet menu as much as you can eat.
The food are decent, meats are not marinade, most of the seafood are fresh but not for the fish head which has a strong fishy smell.
The chilli sauce was not as good as before, less spicy and more sweet now. The Fish Glue, House Special Shrimp Ball, House Special Dumpling and Green Noodle are not to be miss! Beef Fillet are slice too thick, other meats were decent.
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