True to meaning of the Japanese word for ‘pure’, Junsui will delight you in array of foods offered. We booked for lunch and it was truly worth the money spent. We were chauffeured to Burj Al Arab in style, as stylish as the interior of the most expensive hotel in the world. Such opulence and grandeur with lovely friendly staffs who will show you around the restaurant. We were given a personal butler and were comfortable from the minute we were seated.
Lunch in Junsui is indeed surprising…. they restricted themselves to purely Asian, with cuisines from southeast Asia being cooked at 12 stations by over 40 chefs throughout the three-room restaurant.
Key dishes are prepared on cooking stations, right in front of you, and that it is what makes it different from other buffets. They even have wagyu steak (yup, wagyu at a buffet). We even had the chance to sample the chef’s special lobsters, which is done by the chef himself after he found out we’re Malaysians (he’s from Ipoh, Perak).
We met a deaf couple from England who was celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary and spend some wonderful minutes with them.