Bistro on the Mile
Bistro on the Mile overlooks the hustle bustle of Nathan Road which offers all day dining in a relaxed ambience. It features a wide selection of local fares and it is well known with its international buffet.
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FAT FAT BOY
Very good tea buffet May 02, 2011
Very Good Buffet
I have been go there for 6 times! Many fantastic food and polite waiter there!
Big Chair and big table : they are bigger than the other hotel's buffet restaurant.
many new food each time .
there's some discount from OPENRICE , thank you .
fantastic fried food
baked chicken and cheese vegetablestasty
the best celling ice cream, i ate 4 cups!!!!
and very yummy dessert-------my favourite
also some sushi ,it's not very good this day
Starter are ok
noodles soup is very hot
Recommended Dish(es): 甜品,雪糕,baked cheese vegetables,baked chicken,fried food
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: May 01, 2011
Value for Money5
Bistro on the Mile Oct 29, 2010
They currently have a promo with HSBC so we ended up paying only $208 for lunch buffet. Considering that the restaurant is in a hotel and that it was buffet, I think it wasn't such a bad deal.
Choices for appetizers were aplenty - there were cold cuts, salads, cold seafood (shrimp, oysters, clams, etc.) and one shouldn't have to worry about not finding something that they like. However, it sometimes took the staff a while to refill the serving plates and there were a handful of customers who would impolitely and inconsiderately hoard food.
I liked the foie gras with mango salad.
They only had three kinds of sashimi - salmon, tuna and i don't know what the other one is.
The sashimi they had on hand were fairly good though.
There was an assortment of main dishes to choose from - Chinese food to Thai food to Indian food to Western food.
I liked the baked salmon in thai style that they had last Saturday. It was very pungent with spices and you get a smorgasbord of taste in every bite.
And whatever they had lacking in the sashimi and main dish sections, they made up for with desserts. There was so much pastries to choose from! And they had a whole variety of cheesecakes too -blueberry, coffee, baked, cookies n cream, etc.
And for the non-sweet/healthier dessert people, there were three fruit bowls to choose from - watermelon, melon and hami melon. And yes, they still server Haagen-Dazs ice cream.
Recommended Dish(es): pastries,sashimi
Date of Visit: Oct 23, 2010
Spending per head: Approximately HKD208(Lunch)
Value for Money4
No more Haggen Dazs! Feb 28, 2010
So disappointed that the ice cream still Dreyers i/o Haggen Dazs, this is the 2nd time we hv gathering there this year!
Last time we are shocked that they changed the ice cream to Dreyers!!!!
As the food there was so so (esp in tea time), and we thought that the only delicious food there was Haggen Dazs.....
Wish they will change it back in future!!
Date of Visit: Feb 28, 2010
Spending per head: Approximately HKD190
Value for Money1
holiday inn member
Good services, average buffet Feb 16, 2009
Last Saturday I went there for Lunch Buffet with my family, Adult $228, children$136, Holiday inn member card holder will be free. Cos we have 2 member card, so request table for 4 but separate the bill in 2, but the way they calculate was a bit funny!! especially when you use $100 coupon with the member card, it was NOTas cheap and bargain as I thought
My idea was: (e.g. 2 people)
$228 - $100 (coupon) +10% , also Member was free
Total should be $158 for 2 people
actual calculate was:
$228 x 2
- $100 (Couple)
=$356 / 2 person (member was free)
=$178 (price for 1person)+$45.60 (10% for 2 person)
Total=223.6 (2 people)
Also they offer special price for elderly, cos I noticed that a lots of Grandma & Grandad sitting next to us, BUT no offense, the food sign was sitting behind the hot plate, the old people can't really see that, and they will open all the lid to check the food, but they also move their head really close to the food, that's a bit scary
Salmon Sashimi was good and big portion, sushi was OK
Chinese hot plate was OK, not much flavour, nothing special,BUT
the Chinese chicken soup was really good
roast duck or goose was really good
Indian Naan Bread was good
VERY DISSAPOINT for the Dessert
they LOOK better than their taste
I hope they can bring more tasty food and dessert to the restaurant, otherwise, I don't think I will go back again
Spending per head: Approximately HKD120(Lunch)
Value for Money3
Wonderful Lunch Feb 02, 2009
During the Chinese New Year and I was invited to have lunch with friend, I was suprised once I arrived the restaurant, it's because the salad bar was located near the entrance and there was a lot of different variety of salad, starter and seafood were put on the table, besdies, they were looks attractive. Then, when I was seated, the server immediately introduced their specialties and presented the menu to me. I looked on the menu and most attract me was the soft shell crab because I never tried before. After few minutes, the soft shell crab was delivered and I put it into my mouth immediately, it tasted crispy and delicious. Later, I also tried other specialties item on the menu and I liked the idea very much because it saved a lot of time in getting food from buffet table and I have more time in chatting with friend. It was a good time to me
Recommended Dish(es): Soft shell crab, cream of mushroom soup, salad bar
Spending per head: Approximately HKD200(Lunch)
Value for Money4