Tie Lun Peng •
25 Dec 2014 • 6 reviews • 13 followers
Getting a table with them for the Christmas dinner was a pain as the staff was either a forgetful trainee or the manager wasn't around to e-mail me the relevant document as required as he was on leave the following day and no one followed up. Had to call up multiple times to secure my table. Prepaying for a table was a little awkward and their customer service didn't make it easier.
Their food on the day consisted of 5 segments.
The drinks area included various juices which probably came from bottles.
The cold cut area included prawn salad,cold cut ham, a few types of sushi,Sashimi and some seafood on ice. DIY salad was available too.
They were mostly forgettable other than the scallops which was quite sweet. Never got any lobster, maybe not much of it was ever on offer. The snow crab was middling, some pieces was sweet and some pieces tasted stale.
The meats area included some hot dishes such as cereal prawn , sliced ham, turkey and Otak.
The dishes were mostly mediocre other than the Otak which was flavourful with nice chunks of fish within. The ham and turkey were both tough to chew through.
The spaghetti counter was never manned, which was unfortunate.
There was a satay counter with a single type of average satay and a pot of seafood chowder which was heavy on either potatoes or starch.
The dessert counter had a variety of cakes and dessert. One of them came with durian puree and there was also a pot of honey dew sago. The pineapple dessert was nice and creamy while the rest were middling.
The teh tarik was nice and creamy but could have used a lighter hand when it comes to the milk and sugar used.
All in all, an average dinner buffet which didn't make up for the fuss i had to take to obtain the table.