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Heard of their current 1-for-1 dinner offer ( citibank, stanchart and some other credit cards) so had a family bash there last Sunday. The spread was good! Most of the dishes were quite yummy but I thought a few really stood out and deserve a mention! Firstly, the smoked salmon ( rolled with omelet/tamago) was really good! Not too salty as smoked salmon tends to be, with just enough sweetness in the omelet. Perfect! The nonya achar was also quite authentic. Arguably the best dish though, was the
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Heard of their current 1-for-1 dinner offer ( citibank, stanchart and some other credit cards) so had a family bash there last Sunday. The spread was good! Most of the dishes were quite yummy but I thought a few really stood out and deserve a mention! Firstly, the smoked salmon ( rolled with omelet/tamago) was really good! Not too salty as smoked salmon tends to be, with just enough sweetness in the omelet. Perfect! The nonya achar was also quite authentic. Arguably the best dish though, was their laksa yong-tau-fu..very lemak! Good enough to fight Katong laksa!
A nice touch was also the toaster available to warm up the breads. Great! For the main dishes, the oxtail stew was generous in portions but a trifle tough. The penang kway teow was too spicy
for me, but the sambal belachan with fried chicken was good. They offer 6 flavours of ice-cream ( compared to the usual 2-3 at most buffets). Have to say though, their western cakes ( banana chocolate, pie) were better than their nonya kuehs which were too hard. I enjoyed the cheng tng though.. Simple, clear sweet soup to wrap up the meal. Coffee and tea available. With the spread there, sure to over-eat
. But it's definitely a buffet place worth trying out.
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2012-06-10