Me and my partner visited this place a few times when it was the original chinese buffet, so when we heard that it was opening back up as a world buffet we were really looking forward for some quality food.....Wrong!
We went quite late on the Sat night (about 9:30), The place was nearly empty so maybe that was the reason that most if not all the food was overcooked and dry? but thats no excuse.
The chinese option was ok but yet again everything was just about empty and the ones that had food in the trays had a dry hard crust on the meat,which was off-putting. Noodles were quite nice though,although i couldn't eat the fried rice as it had hard bits in it (overcooked)
The indian section was again running very low and too dry, same as the mexican which to my knowledge contained just a few beef tacos and nothing else.
All in all the food available that night was very poor and bland, even the hot food station was closed,which i was disappointed about although one of the staff came over and asked us if we would like anything from it as they were closing it down for the night, and when we said yes we would like some prawns she came back a few minutes later with just four between the two of us.
So then we were leaving and of course to pay the bill....£30 odds I nearly gagged when she said this, take £5 off for two cokes (which were a bit flat) but that i feel was still way to much for what we eat /didn't eat.
Were not really all that fussy about food or food snobs by any means but the stuff here just didn't do it for us at all. There were a couple of tables with Chinese folk eating the fondue which i would say that really this restaurant caters for.
I think FEAST have tried to compete with the far superior World Buffet just along the street, but fail miserably which is sad as it used to be a very good chinese buffet not that long ago.
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