Sashimi and oysters are given via request. There's no sign out front to indicate what's available. You pretty much have to look at what the person is ordering in front or ask the chef on hand. The slices were decent, but I wouldn't say fantastic
The concept here is different from a lot of buffets I've been to. Usually individual stations consists of roasted meats, but there were quite a few individual stations where you had to line up, order, and wait. If it's not convenient for you to walk and stand around, you'd be missing out on some of the food.
The pepper crayfish may look very salty in the picture but I'd say it's decently flavorful. The black pepper wasn't too overpowering, however, if you're wearing light colored clothes, you might be concerned that the sauce may flip up and stain your clothes.
The roast beef was very nice and the chef was very dangerous. Those whom like their steak really well done might have to skip the station
The drunken prawns must be quite popular because by the time I got there, there were only a few prawns left swimming in the pool. I guess it's nice to know that your prawns were alive before they were cooked, but you might want to turn away if you don't want to see the shrimp struggling. The soup it was served in had a herbal smell and everyone around me wanted a sip of it.
They had several choices of naan here. Between the garlic and the cheese naan, I'd say the cheese naan was pretty nicely done. They also have an assortment of dips you can choose--not a disappointing Naan & Curry station. Also, they had papadum!
The highlight of the dessert platter was macaroons. Quite nicely done. Not too sweet, and the flavors were there.
I'm not a fan of coconut ice cream, but the coconut and yuzu received the top votes in my party of 10.