The dishes that made my day at Pariss International are none other than the homemade tofu and lambchop as well as the dessert chocolate larva. Tofu maybe a simple and common dish at home but this tofu at Pariss is extremely delicious. Crispy on the external and soft on the internal, together with the thailand sweet chili sauce, its tofu totally make you crave for more, especially when its serving is quite small.Besides the tofu, I would think the lamb chop is rather tender and well marinated although some I would find it hard to bite. The dessert chocolate lava is another must try as it simply make you happy after eating it. When you cut the pastry, the chocolate sauce simply oozes out like what its name suggest-larva and I love its crust which taste like brownies.The chocolate sauce inside is a bit sweet though but you do not really get sick of eating it.
Others that are worth to try are the mussel which they baked it with garlic and butter. As someone who hate garlic, instead of disliking the taste of the mussel, I found it rather nice as the garlic smell is not that pungent and it turn out to be rather fragrant. Lastly, one could end off with a herbal grass jelly to cool you down, its herbal jelly is authentic as you could really taste the bitterness of the herbal.
However, I am a bit disappointed with its cold dish especially the octopus. The sauce is a bit too overwhelming and you get sick of it. On top of that, its Cunmin chicken is not that satisfying too as the marination does not really goes well with the chicken.
I would think the dishes that we have to order are generally better than those that we have to get it ourself. I would also say the staffs are rather efficient at clearing our empty plates as well as getting our order. However, the service at the counter would have to be improved. Overall, the variety of the buffet, from desserts to even the type of tea, is considered acceptable, However, to me, it would be slightly expensive suppose there is no promotion.
for the lunch buffet. The promotion is at a price of $30.80 which is rather reasonable for an international buffet.
For those crabs lover, I think I would recommend this buffet as they have quite some variety of crab, for example, snow crabs, black pepper crabs and chilli crabs.
THE BEST TOFU EVER
CURRY FISH HEAD
Home made tofu, Lamp chop
Date of Visit: Nov 30, 2011
Spending per head: Approximately $30.80(Lunch)Other Ratings: