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I ate here for dinner and breakfast (buffet) so this is a consolidated review.
For dinner, we had the Warm Fried Jumbo Prawn (SGD$27.00) - another tantalizing delicacy that is crispy on the outside while it has a bounciness on the inside, the way that fresh prawns are supposed to be. The sweet taste of prawn flesh was accentuated by the fresh slivers of veggies tagged to its crispy crust.
Then the Tomato and Buffalo Mozarella (SGD$20.00) dish - the milky flavor of this cheese was cooked to tenderness. Paired with the acid-sweetness of juicy tomato slices and vegetables, the combination was a flavors paradise. I chewed the salty olives together too, adding on to the assortment of tastes.
For the Breakfast Buffet commencing from 6.00am - 10.00am every morning, there were many stations serving delectable food of different cuisines.
We started with a platter of sausages, Chinese meat dumpling, blueberry muffin and a raisin roll.
Then another plate-ful of chocolate muffin, danish, potato hash brown, bacon, baked beans, one Shiitake mushroom, a grilled tomato and chee cheong fun (Chinese rice roll). The hash brown and bacon were very crispy and appetising, whereas I thought the pastries were all a tad too sweet.