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2012-01-14 41 views
So a friend and I went to Swiss Garden Flavor's Restaurant for buffet lunch (they called it Hi-Tea to celebrate our January birthdays And may we say, we weren't dissapointed. The interior upon arrival. Lighting was nice, deco was classy, awesome ambiance. Bustling with people. Started by taking appetizers and waffles with honey, my all time favourite. Appetizer section is well stocked. the beef salad was gooooood X) The appetizer corner, where the choices were abundant, with fresh leaves, sala
Rushed at it since I'm a sucker for waffles + honey Having gone for a few hi-tea buffets now, I can say this is one of the better ones. (see the osyters! )there were fresh oysters and prawns. I was there for close to 2 hrs and they had refilled at least twice (although people took it just as fast!) The dessert corner was honestly the most well stocked of the place, with generous varieties of puddings, cakes, fruits etc. Most were good, one should save space for some delightful desert and the end. Colourful palate of desserts!
My plate of desserts. tried mixed berries, christmas cake, puddings, custard creams etc. A new experience for sure
Notice that I din't talk much bout main course There were 3 counters like the above 1, serving Malay dishes, Western dishes and Chinese dishes each. Food was fair (well it is a high tea not "lunch" per say), the roast beef was AWESOME. I think the specialty here is beef la Dimsum and noodles station was also another station featured outside the restaurant, with tomyum and soup noodles, and various paos and dimsums serving outside, constantly manned by 2 chefs. Flavors. Definitely worth a visit, if you ask me. If there's a promotion, I'll def be back for more