RM88++ is about the normal dinner buffet rates at the 5-star hotels in KL. But paying for this up front was a little weird especially for a 5-star YTL hotel! The buffet spread was good: Indian, Japanese, Malay Rojak (i think!), pastas & pizza (only made to look wood fired but it was just gas lit!), BBQ station, dessert area etc. But the absence of food name tags was very annoying. For example :The poor chap manning the ice-cream counter had to repeat the flavours of the ice creams to every one! No one knew what meat it was at the grill station! The attention from the staff was very good. Plates were cleared quickly. Also, a little weird that the desserts were all kept behind glass display counters. You had to wait for the staff to give you a scoop of dessert and towards the end of the dinner when people were heading to the dessert table, there was quite a bit of confusion and crowd. Not a serene experience as I would have expected.
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