We were greeted by display of different spices... & over at the front counter, what amused us is a tray of reading glasses neatly arranged for those who forgot theirs.
As we walk in... we can see that its a good layout where all the buffet spreads on the left & sitting arrangement on the right.
Breakfast at RM50++ (6.30am - 1030am)
Starting with cereal, salad, cold cuts & a small choice of cheese. Followed by sushi, miso & other japanese cold dishes.
Then we have battura, roti canai with dhal & chutney, omelette, nasi lemak & porridge.
Next spread we have the soup noodle, dim sum varieties followed by fried rice/noodle & some chicken/fish/vege dishes.
Right at the back... waffle, pancakes, choices of bread, cakes. 5 juices to choose from & self served coffee/tea machine.
Dinner at RM98++ (6.30pm - 11pm)
Start off with choices of cheese & salad followed by sashimi & sushi.
Next spread serves cold crabs, prawns & mussels (no oysters).
Followed next is Indian cuisine with tandoori, naan, chutney which is next to pasta selections.
Choices of stew followed by roast beef & ribs. (Love this)
Chinese cuisine is next in the line with laksa curry, chicken broth soup, dim sum & pau.
Last in line is the same with freid rice/noodle & some chicken/fish/vege dishes.
Dessert area sets up with lots of cheese cake, malay cake, white & chocolate fondue fountain, ice-cream & pudding. Drinks are the same.
Not all the food are to our liking but the sashimi, roast beef, ribs, cheese cake... cold cuts, local cuisine make up for it.
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