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2015-11-26 193 views
Tonite I have a dinner with some of my ex-classmates at this restaurant. The restaurant offers international buffet for dinner. For weekend, it also offers BBQ food items on top of the usual dishes. It costs $62++ per adult for the buffet dinner. We are showed to a table by the window. The restaurant is quiet and cosy as there is not much other diners around. At the first station, there is cold seafood such as oysters, prawns, scallops, shellfishes, mussels, crayfishes, lobsters, deep fried soft
One of the us tried the laksa which tastes more like curry noodle with a kind of odd taste in it. There is also Baked Oyster, Baked Scallops, Assorted Crackers and Papadums, Beef Meat Ball, Spicy Prawn Skewers, Otak based dori fish, and Sambal Shellfish.
The baked oyster and scallop tastes quite good and yummy, as well as, the sambal shellfish. Lastly is the dessert station, where there is assorted macaroons, Pandan Kaya, Pengat Pisang, assorted cakes, assorted ice cream, cut fruits, assorted kuehs, assorted cupcakes and DIY Ice Kacang. My favourite is the restaurant's signature Durian Pengat which is made by mixing durian pulp with coconut milk. It is quite rich and thick in flavour.
Overall the food is not bad, with quite a number of choices for everyone.