This one was surprising good. For a dinner that costs a few hundred Hong Kong dollars, many people will think it's expensive. However, if you know what are served and how nice they're made, you would think it's actually a bargain. A glass of red or white wine was included, then in the buffet, these were what I got: Big Boston lobsters, Alaskan king crab legs, tiger prawns, fresh oysters, scallops with goose liver, seafood fried rice, marine seafood soup, Chinese herbal soup, prime ribs, and many other varieties of seafood. There's a big sushi bar and was again all you-can-eat with expensive items such as uni (sea urchin), red tuna, etc. For the dessert, there're lots of varieties as well including the red bean soup, watery tofu, Yeung Ji Gam Lou (grapefruit punch), mango pudding, and lots of cupcakes. The real bargain is that you go between Mon to Thurs when a discount is applied, and that you can eat everything for 4 hours!