What we ate:
Taste = 4/5
– It’s kind of hard to judge a buffet experience since there could be good dishes and bad dishes on the same buffet spread and it could be a very different experience the next time we eat there. I think it was a good day when we ate there since the taste of the food was good overall. Lyn and I were able to taste lamb, lechon, ham, roast beef, assorted maki, salmon sashimi, biko, leche flan, grilled beef with enoki mushroom, grilled squid, crab, mussels, shrimp, stuffed squid, chicken bbq, bopis, lumpiang shanghai. There was a Japanese chef carefully looking after the sushi bar and the result was great maki and sashimi. The lamb needs special mention since it was really served hot and it tasted so good. Imagine freshly roasted lamb leg being sliced in front of you, then being able to take a bite out of the very tender lamb meat and crunchy skin after spreading good mint jelly on it. Mmm … yummy!
Service = 4.5/5
– The servers were quick to attend to the guests’ requests even though they were jam-packed. The empty dishes were also filled with new ones fast enough.
Ambience = 4.5/5
– The buffet area had a good flow that made the customers freely go to any dish without crowding too much. The spacing of the food and tables were very good. The restaurant was also clean and tidy and the restrooms were well-maintained.
Value for money = 4.5/5
– The price of buffet is very fair considering the wide range of food you could choose from and the quality of the dishes. We weren’t even able to try the pasta bar, salad bar and the crepes.
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