This popular city centre buffet operates on the "all you can eat for a quid" basis. Well its a bit more expensive than that but excellent value with weekday lunch at €8.90 and €9.90 on weekend days. Dinner is a little more pricey but operates on the same principle.
There are salads, fruit and a choice of soups to get you started with a selection of hot starters for follow up. I particularly like the toasted sesame seed bread to mop up the sweet & sour sauce. For mains, there is a huge selection and different rices and noodles. You can have chips too. For dessert there is a selection of gateaux, jellies, fritters and lychee and you can top it off with soft ice cream from the self service dispenser.
As a previous reviewer noted, some dishes need a pep up with soya sauce. Tables aren't supplied with condiments, but these are available at the various cutlery stands throughout the floor.
Staff are friendly and will bring a glass or jug of tap water. Keep your knife and fork on your side plate when you are up for your next course. This indicates that you haven't finished because the standard of clean-up is second to none. I don't know how they do it so quickly, but you never come back with your next course to find the previous plate still at your place! Your table number is recorded and you pay on the way out. Although they say they don't do split bills - useful for a few office colleagues - they haven't refused me this option.
If you have a birthday [kids or office colleague] they will play a suitable tune over the PA which adds to the enjoyment - and a piece of gateau arrives with a lighted candle!
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