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With 7 food theatres, more than 10 culinary food style and special themed nights, one is definitely in for a feast! Delectable cuisine ranges from Asian, Pacific and with a cross of cuisines all over the region. Special occasion calls for a special celebration, came here with my family to celebrate our parents' birthday (a significant year).Upon arrival at Edge, we were immediately greeted by their friendly staff, whom without hesitation, showed us to our table after we identified our reservatio
Upon arrival at Edge, we were immediately greeted by their friendly staff, whom without hesitation, showed us to our table after we identified our reservation. Impressive.
Before my indulgence at any buffet, I will browse through on what's offered and oriented a little. Once that's done, my first station will be SEAFOOD!
Apart from my virtual encounter of Alaskan King Crab on the TV series "Deadliest Catch" and those at Boat Quay, this is my first at a buffet priced at $68++.
Compared to the Alaskan Snow Crab, the King Crab tasted a little less fibrous than the former.
Range of Sushi was limited as compared to my visit at The Line, however, provision of quality Salmon Sashimi was all that mattered.
After seafood, I will move on to cooked/roasted segments that are heavier on the palates.
Tried out the Roast Lamb Leg (tasted flat) and Roasted Sirloin (medium doneness and tender). Despite my Dad's strong preference of doneness to be "well done", he enjoyed it thoroughly.
Other "misc" items which I had were Satay, Sambal Crayfish (relatively fresh), Black Pepper Crab and Garlic Naan.
Lastly, the crazy assortment of desserts! Chocolate fondue, cakes, cookies, ice cream and waffles, you name it you have it.
If you are looking for an affordable International Buffet in a Hotel with quality service and food, Edge is one of the better choices.
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