Had lunch there yesterday with my colleagues, decision being made upon it's relatively low cost (S$70 for 3).
The soups are pretty solid, Sharksfin (right...), Cream of Mushroom, Herbal Black Chicken (highly recommended) & Tom Yum (needs more spice).
Shashimi-wise... the lack of mekajiki's a major blow, but not much complaints otherwise.
Their lamb chop's a die die must try, no gamey taste at all! My colleague commented that I must've consumed an entire animal's weight in meat... plus the black pepper gravy (which they use for their chicken chop as well) really goes down a treat.
Baked oysters... somehow I get the feeling that the oysters are no different from the ones used in the 蚝煎 found in hawker centres. When asked if they were fresh, I replied that it's impossible to tell under all that cheese (yum!) & tomato paste.
All in all, a pretty good buffet joint at a pretty decent price.
Hi, The pricing for that outlet is 2 dollar more the others but it worth spending.
For Sasihmi lover
I find the salmon and the raw dishes fresh and the baby tako nice to eat. I do not recommend the cold soba.
There are a few themes daily, for example a few years ago they were serving kebak. And on 1 night occasion they serve pizza.
Keep an eyes lookout on the hot dishes, they serve some other variety like the crayfish. All the drinks and ice cream are free flow and the price is a nett price with no hidden charge.
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