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Amazing Spread Smile Dec 17, 2013   
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Categories : Multi-Cuisine | Hotel | Buffet

Probably one of the most amazing buffet spreads in Singapore that I've been to considering the quality and diversity of the food was good.

 
You can scoop honey off the honeycomb to eat on crackers. Super sweet, delicious, and fulfilling.

 
The roast beef is one of the best done dishes offered at the buffet. I had at least 3 servings of it. Perfect with the sauce that's sort of hidden on the side, mustard, and sour cream-like sauce.

 
The bread pudding was a tad cold so it wasn't that great, and my first serving of the roast beef was sliced by a chef who didn't quite know how to slice it properly.

 
I had asked for less pasta on my pesto pasta but it turned out that my pasta barely had any pesto sauce to it and hence, tasted quite bland.

 
Sashimi spread included Tuna, Salmon, and Octopus--mediocre and decently fresh. Oysters were really good but ran out in the blink of an eye. Their mayo sauce with the fish eggs and scallops were really tasty though.

While you can order Coffee and Tea, you can also order hot chocolate smile
Their mango mochi was really yummy and their ice cream sorbets are comparable to haagen dazs standard.
 
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Lots of choices in one venue OK Dec 17, 2013   
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Categories : Malay | Food Court

Malaysia Boleh is pretty much a food court where they serve various Malaysian dishes. You need to see whether the line out of the store has customers holding a receipt or if they are still holding their wallets cause how you order and pay depends on which stall you order from. Ie. the Wanton noodles store & KL Hokkien Mee, you order first then join the line. The Char Kway Teow store you line up, order, then pay.
Penang Laksa

Penang Laksa

 
Penang Laksa was servied hot and it's a small bowl but backed with noodles. I found it interesting because there was pineapple included in the condiments.
Penang Char Kway Teow

Penang Char Kway Teow

 
Penang Char Kway Teow had a really long line but honestly, looking back, it wasn't really worth it. There was no ham (oysters), and it was pretty much a vegetarian char kway teow except with a couple of shrimps. For $4 and the long wait? Not worth it.
Frying the CKT

Frying the CKT

 
The poor cook who was cooking dish after dish of char kway teow.
Wanton Mee

Wanton Mee

 
Wanton noodles were chewy and tasty. The char siu was pretty good and rather fatty. The wait was a little bit long but not as long as the char kway teow line.
KL Hokkien Mee

KL Hokkien Mee

 
Not a huge fan of KL Hokkien Mee as the noodles though dark, didn't have much taste. Also, the noodles seemed overcook and were rather soft.

The facade was a little in tribute to the old days, so I guess you're mainly there for the environment. The cleaners are really quick at cleaning the tables and helping the next customer get settled in.
 
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Cheap Teppanyaki Smile Dec 17, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Food Court | Japanese BBQ/Teppanyaki

rice

rice

 
The set comes with rice and soup. You need to pay before you can sit down, but they do cook your order in front of you.
lamb

lamb

 
Usually, I thought the chef will cook the veggies first, but they cooked the mutton first. Though the chef will ask whether you want chili or not, without chili, the mutton came with black pepper. If you're not fond of pepper, you may want to mention this to the chef.
cabbage

cabbage

 
They add your food on the aluminum foil that they set in front of you which helps keep your food warm. The veggies (nai bai) were very nice and juicy and the vegetables felt relatively fresh.
beansprouts

beansprouts

 
Last was the beansprouts and I loved how generous they are with their veggies. It was overall a very satisfying, hot, filling, and tasty meal.

Teppanyaki for less than $10 per head? Yes, please.
 
Date of Visit: Dec 13, 2013 

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Juicy Rojak Smile Dec 17, 2013   
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Categories : Food Court

 
The stall is prepared to have a line as there are barricades set up to control the waiting line

 
The Rojak is not expensive at $3 and there's plenty of peanuts that they scatter on the rojak. The fruit pieces are very juicy and very satisfying to eat. The sauce is rather sweet but still tasty without being overpowering. Enough so that you will crave for it the next day.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Rojak
 
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Teochew | Dim Sum | Seafood

On weekdays, the high tea buffet is 19.80++ per adult pax from 3-5pm. Do make a reservation beforehand as all the tables were filled up even though it was a weekday. They do charge for GST and service charge but the service in the restaurant is really good. They are very fast in filling up your hot tea and getting your orders. Despite them pushing their push cart and carrying trays of food around, their organization doesn't allow them to miss their customers and are able to deliver the food still piping hot to your table.

Though the dimsum is from 3-5pm, their last order started around 4:15pm. Do go there on time so you get to have the whole experience. There is also complimentary calamansi juice lol

There was way too many dimsum and food offerings on the day but I've included some of the better options and food to avoid.
paper wrapped chicken

paper wrapped chicken

 
Paper wrapped chicken. Didn't know this dish existed! And I'm glad there's no limit on how many you can eat. The chicken while a little hard to get to since you need to tear through the paper, it's flavor was similar to the pandan chicken that you can eat at thai restaurants.
black sesame

black sesame

 
Black Sesame was served hot, thick, and felt very authentic as if they did it in-house.
fried fish skin

fried fish skin

 
Fried Fish Skin with salted egg powder. very nice to snack on when you're on the brink of being so full
curry bao and eggtart

curry bao and eggtart

 
Their curry puff is a bao that is filled with curry chicken, carrots, and potatos, and then fried. Very refreshing way of presentation. The eggtart was soft, flaky, without being too oily and the size of the tart was just right.
fried tofu skin

fried tofu skin

 
fried tofu skin was perfecto.
cheong fun

cheong fun

 
char siu cheong fun was ok. not horrible nor enough to rave about. their char siu bao was very on the spot though.
phoenix claws

phoenix claws

 
Phoenix Claws were served hot and the claws were removed. The sauce, I believe was XO sauce and was just right, though a tad oily.
steamed pork ribs

steamed pork ribs

 
Steamed Pork Ribs with Black beans (we ordered two of this). Flavored and steamed very well.
fried shrimp and gyoza

fried shrimp and gyoza

 
Fried Gyoza and Prawns were crunchy and hot so it didn't feel very oily. Would have been perfect with wasabi mayo.
wasabi mayo, duck meat, and shark fin

wasabi mayo, duck meat, and shark fin

 
Every pax is entitled to only one serving of the above. The bowl is the shark fin soup which was very generous with its shark fin and the texture was very thick and just what I had in mind. The shell for the wasabi mayo 'abalone' was cold, though the abalone seems to be more like squid than abalone.
congee

congee

 
salted egg and minced pork congee was not that great. save your stomach space unless you really like congee
pork jelly

pork jelly

 
though this is a chef recommendation, this is probably the one dish I would never want to eat anymore should I go back.

The meal was about $50 for 2 after the GST and service charge which is quite worth it if it covers your lunch and dinner for that day--and you get to satisfy your dimsum craving!
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Steamed Pork Ribs, Fried Shrimp and Gyoza
 
Date of Visit: Dec 13, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $25(Dinner)

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