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2013-10-22 1399 views
We were at Buffet City last week to celebrate our early Annual Dinner & Dance. The place is situated at Tanjong Pagar Community Centre, about 10 minutes walk from the Tanjong Pagar MRT Station. Our group consists of 25 persons including my big boss. I personally like the restaurant setting, but that day was quite crowded. Fortunately, we were cleared very fast and the staff are quite efficient. We are quite pleased with the variety of food offered comparable to the price charged. Although the bu
I personally like the restaurant setting, but that day was quite crowded. Fortunately, we were cleared very fast and the staff are quite efficient. We are quite pleased with the variety of food offered comparable to the price charged. Although the buffet line up in a L-shaped display, can see that there isn't lack of variety for us to pick our choices.
We started off with the seafood corner, consist of fresh juicy prawn, new zealand green mussels, flower crabs, scallops with roe. The prawn are fresh & juicy!!
The deep fried items quite new to me as they got some very rare food hardly got chance to try outside, eg the shrimp bomb, deep fried prawn twister, breaded crab claw etc etc.
The thai chicken recommended by my colleague the chilli was good, sweet meanwhile spicy go very well with the chicken. The fried rice however I find it a bit salty but after highlighted to the staff there was changed immediately to Kampong Mee Goreng. Steamed HK style fish my boss went for several rounds. The special sauce flower crab I think they used XO dry shrimp sauce to cook it can taste the dry scallop floss in it very appetizing.
The sushi station they have quite a number of selections, beside the traditional type that I can find elsewhere, I love their asian type as well, otah sushi, hei bee hiam sushi, abalone slice sushi, nasi lemak ikan bilis & peanuts sushi... yummy. Their steamed chicken is worth a try.. Better than many chicken rice stall!
The tim sum corner have steamed har gao, siew mai, char siew bun, even mini soon kueh, char siew pastry, egg tarts, chocolate donuts and some don't know the name but taste not bad.
The desserts have many choices like chocolate elcair, chocolate cream puff, premium fruits cakes, dark chocolate cakes, swiss roll a bit hard, and the most unforgetful dessert are their mochi mochi, very soft and yet chewy. they got 4 flavours and I tried all of them, red beans, durian, green tea & yam, Super Nice!!
We ended our trip with some ice cream and topping. My boss suggested that we will go for another round during Chinese New Year.