Easy to make a book with helpful telephone operator. The place is busy. Book an early evening slot here to use the local Belgrade Theatre.
When you walk in you cannot help to be impressed by something that resembles an Asian street scene: there seem to be acres of buffets weighing down heavily with copious quantities of food. On the most part it is all very fresh unless you do decent at a point before the locusts arrive for feeding time. The downside is it can resemble a zoo at the height of food distribution. I am certain there are many professional eaters who use the venue as their regular feeding station.
Whilst a buffet, the appeal for me is the "live" cooking - you choose some items such as duck, chicken and the chef will stir fry with vegetables. All impressive and you are assures of a fresh meal.
Some of the Chinese buffet feature regular items and is a tad boring. I am sure they have the knowledge to be more adventurous.
There is a generous dessert buffet where mini chocolate easter eggs seem to be available 12 months of the year- personally I love them!
Good place to people watch - however they begin to look like ants after a while with all the comings and goings to the buffet. Staff are polite but somewhat anethesised against personal service due to the sheer throughput of guests.
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