Had visited here several years ago with a large group. Decided to visit again as I was nearby.
Layout hasn't changed - large restaurant, with buffet system explained well by server (starters ordered, visit the buffet table to combine your own ingredients, which are then cooked for you on the giant barbeque, deserts ordered). Small choice of starters and desserts (though was saddened to see they don't do the "Yak spare ribs" starters anymore) - the toffee sponge dessert was excellent though
Plenty of suggestions for people to make their own mains, but it is fun to experiment (and also great for people wishing to avoid certain ingredients) - if you don't like your first attempt, then it's easy to visit again and try something else.
There's a pre-theatre menu, which is good value for the hungry (it can be fairly expensive later on). Prices for the soft drinks are a little on the steep side, but no better or worse than other neighbouring restaurants.
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