i stayed at royal plaza for 3 weeks so i got 30% off the evening buffet price
as i went on a friday its $428 -30%= $299.6= $42.8 service charge= 342.4 each adult
the choice is VERY good, i would say its international cuisine... not just a certain theme like seafood or meat
the sefood selection was very good, mini lobster, as i call them scampi's, crevettes, smoked salmon, whelks, snow crab, italian pastrimi, great selection of sald, and over 8 dressing... EXTRA points for this!!!
then there was these mini glasses with shrimp cocktail and kangeroo salad
there there was sushi and sashimi, with chcken skin skewers and chicken wing skewers, and soft shell crab, vegetable and king prawn tempura.
there was wagyu beef, lamb chops and mini lobsters accopanied with many sauces, hot food, potato gratin, vegetable crab in sake sauce, chinese roast, hainan chicken,peking duck rolls, traditional ngow tsap, soups, langoustines, pasta selection and dessert section!!!
too many to name!!
i did notice ...we paid for the full night cost (6pm-11pm) we sat for at least 4 hours talking and eating and i noticed as the evening went on different food was filled in... example at 7pm there was no ginger spring onion lobster claw but 9pm there was!!!
included in the price was orange juice, tea coffee lemon tea....
the highlight for me was the salad, wagyu beef which i asked for RARE!!!! the chef goes... but its raw!! i said yes!! thats how it should be eaten... with squeeze of lemon juice... with the potato gratin!!
oh and the suckling pig... but be quick.. asi think its limited!!!
liek others said i dont know why your complaining cos he wagyu beef and lobster is unlimited!!!
def come back again!!!!
p.s the food was very fresh and they had a show when the chef came out to prepare the alaska ice cream hing... although it said no photos... ia sked the guy think he was a waiter... he said yes you may then the crowd ... everyone whipped their camera's out!!!
Date of Visit: Feb 05, 2010 Other Ratings:
Value for Money 5