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For photos and more reviews, visit http://littlemomentsofmylife.wordpress.com (:this is the first time i tried eurasian food. i never even knew such a cuisine existed haha! the good thing about Quentin's sunday lunch buffet is its price: $18++. however, the selection provided left much to be desired :/ i guess for that price, one shouldn't expect too much eh? some of the dishes were pretty nice. the brinjal was soft with a nice sauce. i liked the two carbohydrates - the fried rice and dry mee si
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this is the first time i tried eurasian food. i never even knew such a cuisine existed haha! the good thing about Quentin's sunday lunch buffet is its price: $18++. however, the selection provided left much to be desired :/
i guess for that price, one shouldn't expect too much eh? some of the dishes were pretty nice. the brinjal was soft with a nice sauce. i liked the two carbohydrates - the fried rice and dry mee siam. the meat dishes were quite decent as well. there was this thing called Devil's Curry, which was the reason for us coming to this restaurant in the first place. hmm i guess it was not bad? but nothing special. a problem was that many of the dishes were COLD!
which is really not good. the buffet trays were not heated until we reached the restaurant, and there was insufficient time for the food to be heated before we started eating >.<
other dishes in the buffet are shown in the picture above. and that's the entire buffet spread. sad?
i liked the minestrone and pulot hitam dessert! (: and the sweet, sour & spicy salad dressing was one of the best i've tasted!
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