The Buffet on Level 2 serves up a sumptuous International buffet lunch selection featuring a fresh selection of tuna and salmon sashimi, sushi, prawn and vegetable tempura, and a carving station with juicy lamb and beef steaks. For dinner, turn up the heat at our Hotpot Buffet Dinner.
Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00
Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 23:00
$46 based on 26 submissions
Buffet (9 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (5 votes), After Work (4 votes)
Havn't been her for awhile and all the rain induced us to stop by for dinner. Some changes to the menu were made but not in a good way. They eliminated the reliable tom yam soup base and now have the standard Chicken, tomato, laksa, and porriage soups. We tried all four and the chicken was the only one worth having...the rest were strange to bland and really did not compliment the buffet items in the least. They have also eliminated the drunken prawns station instead they offer live prawns to be taken to your table to be dunked in your hotpots. For cooked food they had chilli crab on the night which also wasnt great. The worst part of the evening was the service or lack thereof. We had to request more than 3 times to have our soups topped off and to order a drink. They never came over to clear any plates leaving ups to just pile ours at the nearby plant stand in the end. The one time they cleared our plates they never bothered to replace them either. The food and service wasnt great b4 but addaguate depending on the discount offered. Now no discount could bring me to this place and everything has gone down and literally left a bad taste (soup bases and service) in our mouths.
The food cannot make it at all. I paid 88++ per pax on cny eve and the food available is same like the kind served at $16 china style steamboat houses. Total waste of money. My family barely had a few servings until we give up. Btw drinks are charged separately at 8++. Only plain water is free. Should have gone to mandarin hotel's buffet or some seafood restaurant, which will be half the price for a family of 4. Absolutely disgusted with the stuff they serve up and still dare to charge premium price.
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