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Ikan Bakar Kambing Panggang Nasi Lemak Penang Fried Kway Teow Weekend Hi-Tea Buffet
Review (8)
Level3 2013-05-03
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They serves limited varieties of foods. I like their shrimps. Very fresh, sweet and springy. They places it on top of the ice corner. It looks like the cocktail prawns. The shrimps taste really scrumptious and it can even eat by its own without any sauce.I heard my mates says the fish satay is nice with their secret recipe sauce, but unfortunately i didn't have the chance to try it myself. Every time I want to take it, all taken by others. Have to wait for their staff to grill.The fruit juice is excluded in the buffet price. I don't know that and the staff didn't inform us until someone asked him. My advice is don't order the juices, cause it will easily make you feel full and expensive. continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-29
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Should you are hankering for some western cuisine, you could try this potatoes, prepared the au gratin way The potatoes are nicely sliced before layering on top of each other and then baked with the cream. Generous dosage of milk are added to make it milkier and cheese is doused on the top before sending it to be baked till golden brown on the top. It then creates a slight crispy layer crust on top of it, while covering the soft potatoes beneath it. This casserole-like dish is simple and savory with some dashes of herbs too. Guess it's well balanced, just like its 'yin-yang' ceramic depicts continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)