My family went to Kuishin bo to celebrate my mum's birthday. We were attracted there for the big crab legs that it was famous for. The first 2 rounds were still ok but all of us agreed that somehow the crab legs get saltier and saltier each time! maybe thats why we see ppl getting really a lot at the 1st few times. we thot they were plain kiasu but no, there was a reason.
The variety of food was not bad, the normal paper steamboat, hot plate, chinese cuisine, sushi and sashimi that almost all international buffets would have. and they refill quite instantly so you always get the food you want.
I like their dessert variety. quite alot. With those jap kinds like red bean wan zi. and you can make the ice cream from the machine yourselves, which consist of green tea and vanilla flavour. we all like the ice cream!
There is also some this special about this buffet. Listen for the music and sometimes it goes "Dong dong dong, kuishinbo, we love kuishinbo" or sth like that. it means there is chef's special with limited pieces but for grabs. and every1 will flood over to get it. late and you wont have it. that time i went it was baked lobster with cheese, limited to 30 only! luckily i managed to take 1 cos i was nearby. it was at the paper steamboat there the last time. so must act fast! there is like only 1 or 2 times each session!
The queue is always very long. Throughout my course of meal i always see a lot of ppl queuing outside. So it would be good to go earlier!
Me Me Me.. I ate here.. Since nobody review about it.. Hee Hee.. I'm going to be the first AGAIN!
Actually Frankly speaking, I still prefer the Outlet at Suntec City, the old deco looks great, though the tables and chairs look kopitiam like, but the food display is less cluttered, more jap look and seemed more exciting for me.
This new outlet accomodated the new interior deco. Food lined properly on the buffet table which is nothing more then a huge square centerpiece. At the sides there is a grilling and tappenyaki corner and on the other corner, you have pipping hot claypot noodles and other stuffs. What really interest me are these pot full of soups. They look exactly like a teapot with a cup as the cover.. Very interesting and with that a guaranteed funloving meal.
I was there for lunch and therefore no HUGE CRABS.. which I so long to have them. This outlet has got huge tables for big crowds as well as vertically louvered partitions for that more spacious look. Food is great as usual. I particularly like the assortment of tea bags the display.
First it feels good to be able to choose from those great display boxes. Secondly, I could never get to taste all types of the tea except for now. Thirdly, It was great fun with friends to be exchanging pointers on the different tasting teas.
The dessert counter was great as well. Me and my pals all had fun with the fondue.. contaminating the yummy chocolate with the juicy fruits, cakes and mushymellows..
In closing, I would say i would want to go back again, but certainly for dinner. I've calculated.. with this spread.. just eat more crabs and you'll get all the money's worth....
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