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Eating buffet is definitely an art. How to eat everything, making every penny worthwhile, and without making yourself uncomfortably full..... Well, FOLLOW ME as I embarked the journey for your eye feasting!First Stop --> SeafoodWell, obviously this was the most expensive session in the whole resturant. As a seasoned buffet eater, how could I not start off with all the sea treasures? What The Line offered was nothing fanciful, but juz a pure heart in just serving fresh seafood! Hmmm.. I could
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Eating buffet is definitely an art. How to eat everything, making every penny worthwhile, and without making yourself uncomfortably full..... Well, FOLLOW ME as I embarked the journey for your eye feasting!

First Stop --> Seafood

Well, obviously this was the most expensive session in the whole resturant. As a seasoned buffet eater, how could I not start off with all the sea treasures? What The Line offered was nothing fanciful, but juz a pure heart in just serving fresh seafood! Hmmm.. I could almost taste the sea salt myself! Ha..
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Prawn, Mussel, Crabs

The crabs were a bit, crabby to handle though... Could have been better if they were being shelled! But the prawns were great! Juicy & Sweet!
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Oysters

Not a great fan of oysters myself. Anyway, review from my colleagues were, Osyters were indeed good, without the stingy smell.

Second Stop --> Sashimi

Another must visit stop! The sashimi would be freshly cut when you make your order over the counter. They have tuna, salmon and squid. ^__^
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Chunky slices of sashimi
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If ya dun like raw fish, they have sushi as well. But then you lugi lah, sashimi at Sakae cost $6.50 (red plate) while california roll cost $1.90. Ya noe wat I meant hor? Hee

Third Stop --> Salad Bar

Well, not a must to stop here though. But I guess a bit of vege can ease the tension on your tummy.
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Fourth Stop --> Grilled Session
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Roast Chicken & Potato, Grilled fish & Prawn
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Grilled fish & Prawn

The prawn were..... simply magnificent, terrifying! I could not find a better word to descible. As an advice, take the grilled prawn first. Coz it always run out and ya got to wait for the chef to grill in the next round.

Fifth Stop --> Cooked Food
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Pasta, Lasagna
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Chinese Cooked Food
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Dim Sum

Sixth Stop -->Indian Food
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Kebabs and Naans

Oh, I like the naans here. Even though they are taboo when eating buffet, I cant help but to take just one small slice...keke
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Satay, roti prata, mutabak

Finally, the highlight of the day ---> Desserts!!!! SCREAM PPL!!
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Chocolate Fondue

Unlike those pathetic fountain, this is Five Storey high at The Line! WOW!
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Cupcakes
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Pretty Dessert
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Finally, end off with coffee and tea ( free-flow)... What a satisfying lunch!

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(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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