09 Sep 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower
Visited with my mother-in-law for dinner on a weekday night and the restaurant was pretty crowded, almost full. It was a random decision to dine there so that we can eat our fill and have a nice chatting session in the beautifully decorated restaurant.
It's the first time my mother-in-law had Japanese buffet and I must said that she really did enjoy herself with all the selections. We started the buffet with a bowl of nice warm lobster abalone congee before we went on with the sashimi and oysters selection. The seafood were fresh and nicely plated neatly on the ice bed. In fact, we were very much attracted by the pretty tank displaying all the fresh seafood. We started our dinner with all the sashimi, grills, teppanyaki and yakimono.
Being my second visit to the buffet restaurant, I realise that they have changed quite a bit in terms of selections. There's hotpot, more salads, more desserts and even the beverage selections are different.
As I was busy bringing food to the table, a young waiter approached my mother - in - law and asked if she like to drink hot matcha soya and she said okay. In the end, she drank 3 cups and keep telling me she love me. I tried and indeed it's nice and unique.
We both enjoyed the dinner, food was good, especially their signature grills.. I forgot how many scallop mentaiyaki I had, the seafood was fresh, the cooked items are nicely done and we enjoyed the hotpot and dessert selections after our meal. Will definitely come back again for their seasonal items.. enjoyed the penang hawker fare.. especially the "tze char" spicy clams.
Needless to say, my dinner ended with a cup of matcha soya as well.
It was a great decision to bring my mother-in-law and thank you for the great service.