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cafe TOO buffet offers international delicacies from all over the world. Some of their most sought after dishes include teppanyaki lobster, snow crab leg, brown crab, sashimi, authentic Thai salad, roasted US beef, double-boiled soup, xiao long bao and more. While dessert counter features 8 different ice cream flavours, pancakes, and soufflés. continue reading
Opening Hours
12:00 - 14:30
15:30 - 17:30
18:30 - 22:00
Mon - Fri
12:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:00
Sat - Sun
12:00 - 14:30
15:30 - 17:30
18:30 - 22:00
*Tea Buffet is suspended until further notice.
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Review (375)
Level4 2021-02-04
早幾日訂位,一心諗住食自助餐,點知尋日酒店先打黎話今日係供應半自助餐。我個心一沉,一心諗住滿足自己愛自助餐既要求左揀右揀下揀左佢,點知又咁突然變左半自助,主菜冇得乜都試。咁急又再搵唔到酒店自助餐可book,就硬住頭皮去試下啦。入到cafe too, 職員好有禮貌的帶位,感覺已賓至如歸咁,冇誇張。即刻覺得算啦,真係好五星級既服務,唔駛出去又逼又爭先攞到野食都唔錯。感覺已非常良好。坐低後服務員耐心講解menu. 首先有頭盤沙律等就係自助形式,再有中式或西式湯一碗供下單,然後再每位揀兩款主菜,一款配菜。最後會呈上一份甜品拼盤,鮮果盤,及每位一客雪糕甜品。另外有雪糕吧,可親身揀任食雪糕。頭盤既沙律菜有好多款選擇,擺放整齊,好新鮮。煙三文魚都有,全部都好精緻。湯,我選了蘑菇湯。主菜我點了羊架,好香好有肉汁,係高級餐廳應有水準。另外點了椒鹽蝦,都香口得來沒有過多炸蒜蓉搶過本身蝦既味道。甜品頗精緻,但到上甜品拼盤既一刻,已飽到唔太食得落,好彩我們兩個人黎既係一盤幾件小小的甜品,還吃得下。水果盤也賣相精美。最後自助雪糕吧我當然都去光顧下番😆整體我最想讚侍應們的態度及服務水準,完全是以為自己做緊mock-up 咁,完全表現到佢地既專業。事例一:我的餐具差點跌到一枱都係,一位服務員見狀即刻攞隻碟黎俾我放餐具。事例二:我倒唔到茄汁,另一男服務員即刻過黎幫我,當然係好注重衛生地啦!事例三:見我枱嗰枝水斟完,就即刻拿一枝滿既俾我地。另外經理過黎問意見,原來今日係第一日開始做半自助餐,問份量,味道意見,我照直說覺得好滿意。我好少咁推介一間餐廳,但呢間cafe too真係令我好impressive, 絕對對得起佢呢個menu既價格,不論服務或食物水準。這次經驗令我對半自助餐刮目相看,原來可以食得好滿足。我用恆生咭結帳有75折,埋單兩位550,真心抵,希望好快有機會再去。 continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
We had been frequent visitors to Cafe TOO for lunch buffet given its pancake station, Haagen Dazs ice-cream station, delicious desserts, reasonably good sashimi and reasonably wide variety of hot dishes of reasonable quality.While we hadn't been here for meals for around 2 years, we came in a group of 21 on a Saturday night for dinner buffet. It was the long weekend of mid-autumn + National Day. It was my first time to have dinner buffet here. Cost was $698+10% for 1 adult. There was 20% discount by using HSBC credit card. Dinner buffet started at 6:30p.m. The reason that we came here was because we couldn't secure seats somewhere else. It wasn't really full during our visit. And you would soon know why...We arrived earlier than 6:30p.m. so we had some time to walk around and take some photos. Everyone of us had to have our body temperature measured before entering the restaurant. There was a hand sanitizer beside the plates. Cold SeafoodAs soon as you enter the restaurant, you will be greeted by this cold seafood bar. We didn't try any of the crabs while I tried half a lobster. It seemed to be the only seafood which wasn't available during lunch buffet compared with my visit two years ago. The lobster was basically tasteless. Disappointed. Sashimi (赤貝, Salmon, Scallop, Tuna, Octopus)There were 5 types of sashimi (赤貝, Salmon, Scallop, Tuna, Octopus), 1 more compared with lunch buffet 2 years ago. Scallop was not available during lunch so we ate loads. They were really so thick and fresh and meaty. Yummy. 赤貝 was not fully defrosted with some ice in between. Octopus sucked because I couldn't chew them off. Nothing special with salmon and tuna. The soy sauce seemed a little bit more salty than normal soy sauce I had outside. I asked for more scallops and 赤貝 and the server did give me more, but in a not-so-willing manner which made me feel uneasy. Sushi & RollsI recalled there were 2 types of sushi, salmon and tuna. I didn't try as there were sashimi available. There were a few types of rolls with clear labels. I didn't try although I had once thought of trying because there didn't seem to be any other good items to eat. There were small bowls of soba with crab stick in between. Appetisers and SaladsThere was a cheese corner. My dinner partner said the blue cheese was not overly salty and was very good. I just added some nuts to my ice-cream later on. There were two types of appetisers being smoked salmon and parma ham which I hadn't tried. The salads were put together in small bowls for hygiene reasons but the bad thing was we might not want everything on the bowl so it stopped me from taking more. The greens were fresh but I didn't like the cheese cubes that much so I didn't take more. There was a Thai-style appetisers at the very corner. I just tried their Green Papaya Salad which was really spicy but ingredients were fresh indeed. At the front of the hot dishes line, the soup had replaced the dim sum corner 2 years ago. The soup of the day was fish maw, chicken, ginseng soup. There was a very small and thin piece of fish maw. The soup itself was ok. I didn't eat other ingredients.Dim sumThere was a steam basket right next to the soup corner. There were just two types of dim sum being 蝦餃 and siu mai. Two years ago there were 鳳爪, 素餃, 蝦餃 and a special 小籠包 corner even during lunch buffet. Chinese hot dishes came first in the line before Western hot dishes. There were Chinese fried rice and average family-like Chinese soup. There were a few Chinese fried dishes. I took an Aberdeen-style crab claw which seemed to be the most attractive dish. I tried the sweet and sour pork bone which was not so good. 乾煸四季豆 was the best because the beans were reasonably fresh and well-flavoured. I recalled another dish was some big wa wa choy which looked so dark and was not appealing at all. Roasted beef and chickenRoasted beef bones were no longer available. I tried 2 slices of roasted beef because the first slice was too thin...They were pink inside which was ok tender. The crust was too hard and rough. The grilled veggies on the side were TOO SALTY! I didn't try the roasted chicken.Then Western hot dishes followed. There were some raviolis, duck breasts, pan-fried fish which didn't look appealing at all. There was not even lamb racks at this price......滷水燒味BBQI tried some fatty char siu. Some were crispy and yummy but some were too lean even with fat. I tried a piece of oil chicken which was ok. There were also roasted goose which I didn't try. There were also some 滷水 eggs and sausages. Noodle Bar大蝦叻沙 was one of the best things to try. Because the laksa soup base was very tasty and the noodles were super super smooth and elastic. I wish my stomach had more room for the noodles! The grilled prawn was relatively less pleasing. This server also made us feel uneasy as we were discouraged from ordering other balls/veggies in addition to their standard 大蝦叻沙 . Yet the prawn and lobster ball we ordered were cooked just right that they were so fresh and elastic. Yummy! I also ordered some spinach which was just like 1 tiny piece at the bottom though...Teppan Angus beef cubes & MusselsThere was no teppan lobster as other Openrice buddies had commented before. Just Angus beef cubes. Yet they were so overcooked. What a waste of food indeed. There was a line waiting for these. For mussels, the mussels were so fresh and smooth. One of the best I had ever had. However, they didn't keep cooking them and so it was hard to eat more.....So end result was: most of the time you only got to eat the cheaper food which was less tasty....Indian CornerThere was a tempura station which I didn't take photo of. 2 years ago during lunch buffet, there used to be fish and prawn. Now there was only prawn. The prawn was ok to eat when freshly deep fried and they seemed to keep making them. The batter was quite thick though. There were 2 types of veggie tempura which were pumpkin and eggplant. It was hard to eat freshly deep fried pumpkin and eggplant tempura because people didn't seem to be eating much. I didn't try any food from the Indian corner, as always. There were a few curries and deep-fried spring rolls etc.DessertsI was glad that they still had a dessert station at the centre of their restaurant. However, I had to admit that it was less lovely and festive with much fewer choices of food even at dinner buffet compared with my lunch buffet experience 2 years ago. Lucky that the quality was still there. They used to lay out their desserts much higher in a lovely and festive setting but it was no longer available. Choices were much less as there used to be jellys, some festive items like mooncake, macarons, chocolates which were no longer available. Apricot & pistacchio mousse, cheese tart, hazelnut cake, lychee strawberry, cheese cakeApricot & pistacchio mousse was ok only. Cheese tart was lava inside and the tart base was a pass only - not particularly crunchy. It was not comparable to the great cheese tart I had at PLAYT. Hazelnut cake was a must-try - maybe the best item here because it was just like the super elaborate cake from top-notch cake shop like Island Gourmet. The texture was complicated with thin chocolate paper and crunchy nutty base in the middle as well as a big nutty hazelnut on top. Yummy! I had 1 and a half! Lychee strawberry was quite fruity and not particularly filling. The cheesecake was rich and smooth - quite good for dinner buffet like this. Hazelnut Cake, Cheese Tart, Chocolate Brownie, Lemon PieWhile the Hazelnut Cake and Cheese Tart were both encore-able, the chocolate brownie was quite crunchy and tasty too, and the lemon pie was pretty refreshing although the pie base was not particularly crunchy. But then there were only 5 items which I hadn't tried, including red velvet cake, banana cake, puff. They used to have green tea and red bean mousse, mango sticky rice, jelly etc.......Haagen Dazs Ice-cream stationLucky that the ice-cream station was still available. There were 8 flavours, including my favourite strawberry & cream, green tea and chocolate. Other flavours included vanilla, rum and raisin, coffee, raspberry sherbet and another sherbet. Look at the candy corner - the usual lovely chocolate plates were no longer available. Only M&Ms and some rainbow toppings for you to add to the ice-cream. Pancake with ice-creamLucky that my favourite pancake was still available. I always thought Cafe TOO offered one of the best pancakes with ice-cream in town. Their pancakes were very smooth and hot so went great with the yummy Haagen Dazs Ice-cream. I didn't need to eat with other stuffings although they had some pears to add at your choice. This time they also made part of the pancakes pretty crispy which was even better so that there were different textures in 1 dessert dish. I had 3 rounds of pancakes! However, the server making the pancake again made us feel uneasy Fruits and Cheese TartI am afraid I really had to complain about the fruits because there were just water melons, Hami melons, pineapples and white dragon fruits. Even the mixed fruit bowl contained Hami melon cubes, pineapple cubes, water melon cubes and very few blueberries. Where were the fresh berries? Where were the dried fruits which we used to see 2 years ago during lunch buffet? Mango AlaskaWhen we heard the bell, we thought there would be souffle. Unfortunately, the souffle were no longer available. They had this mango Alaska instead. No alcohol flavour nor much mango flavour, the ice-cream inside seemed to be vanilla but it was so much worse than Haagen Dazs. It was ok but definitely not anything to encore.That said, I had to mention that one of the female servers was very very good that she was responsible for handing out plates to customers and she was very friendly to come remind me of the fresh round of dim sum when I first went and saw no dim sum. She was also very nice in helping us take pictures. However, she seemed to be the only helpful server at the restaurant whole night. By the way, we were here to celebrate the birthday of two family members. The restaurant did offer two small cakes with a chocolate plate and a candy to celebrate. In conclusion, we were very disappointed. No wonder there were so many negative comments recently and there was a reason - cost cutting with much fewer variety of food, AND POOR SERVICE in general. There were not many good foods to eat given the price. Even worse compared with my lunch buffet experience 2 years ago. I know it might be because of COVID-19. I hope not everywhere has worsened like this. Otherwise there was really no point eating buffet in hotels anymore.  continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2021-02-17
Staycation 包既自助早餐完全無諗過早餐可以款式多到咁😂早餐時間14號當日,由06:30am-10:30amps: 唔知係咪公眾假期先有咁豪華,所以訂購之前最好問清楚酒店,免得到時有爭議因為我食得太開心,都忘記左問服務員平日係咪都係咁多款式😅首先門口,超級colorful,好有彩虹開❤️感覺一坐低就會有熱茶,奶茶,咖啡等提供,因為一入到去見到有果汁之類飲品,所以沒有浪費額外點選熱飲介紹一下個自助早餐有咩咁特別先啦蝦餃,燒賣,中式包點等。。。煎蛋,炒蛋,烚蛋,奄列都有(奄列配料任選幾款),還有就是奄烈唔洗企係到等嫁,服務員會比個牌你,轉頭整好會送上坐位,夠晒貼❤️湯粉麵,雞粥,生滾粥,肉骨茶,炒菜,東巴牛肉,薯餅,yogurt,煙三文魚,沙律菜,凍盤腸,煎香腸,炸雲吞,麥皮,西式麵包,生果等。。。。。。多到都數唔晒😂,生果杯,沙律杯唔係一堆嫁,擺到靚靚任攞👍👍👍飲品有,鮮奶,西瓜汁,西柚汁,橙汁等。。。。。都算超多選擇真❤️真係超多選擇,第一次自助早餐款式多到咁😂真係唔hea做足100分既早餐👍👍👍我離開時間差唔多十點,一出門口,有一條龍😱,早餐時間至十點半,我都唔去8怪佢地趕唔趕得切入去食早餐不過酒店好細❤️,我見職員都有派發果汁麵包給等候客人,所以緊記喇,如果真係booking D大日子既話,就唔好訓到咁晏先去食早餐喇早餐款式多,味道唔太差,中規中矩,服務態度好,簡直無得輸 continue reading
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Level1 2021-02-03
今曰中午去咗港島香格里拉酒店Cafe too 食半自助餐,食物質素同服務態度都超級好! 服務員真係好細心,由剛剛入坐已經好詳盡解釋餐牌內容,而且仲溫馨提示我一d需要係場內自取嘅食物位置係邊度,讓我好快就可以出去攞到我想要嘅食物喇! 當我不小心將餐具跌在餐桌上,立即有職員過來拿碟子給我盛載餐具,我們剛剛食完前菜及餐湯,已經有服務員主動詢問我地需唔需要點主菜?吃完主菜,職員又好主動問我地需要唔需要上甜品?用餐過程非常暢順,而且職員有禮,好窩心又體貼!食物方面,沙律bar 嘅蔬菜非常新鮮,而且好完整,放得好整齊! 主菜方面,羊架整得生熟度適中,食落去都好軟身,唔會韌,調味唔太濃,味道適中! 至於帶子幾大粒,唔韌,食得出新鮮,好味道!甜品方面,佢會先送上幾件甜品加一碗雪糕,如果想再要嘅可以再問職員order, 特別欣賞個雪糕有點柚子味,而且係碗底放咗d朱古力曲奇脆脆,唔太甜略帶少少苦味,再加上佢係雪糕上面會噴上朱古力漿,加埋一齊食剛剛恰到好處, 唔覺膩又好味,幾特別! 甜品樣樣食少少都已經好滿足而且用恒生卡兩位只需557元,lee個食物質素同價錢真係超值,正 continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level2 2021-01-24
這間已經食過很多次lunch buffet,但今天竟然全場滿座。可能有新人結婚,因為看見2位新人和攝影師跟賓客續枱影相。又真係幾有趣。但我就不太喜歡。因為人數太多還有點嘈呢。好多時食物都要等或排隊。另一樣係甜品款式竟然沒有以往的多。今天也沒有mood影相了。點心一如以往:蝦餃,燒賣,麻溶飽。珍珠雞。燒味:叉燒 油雞 燒鴨 鹵水蛋 豆腐Haggen dazs雪糕 印度飯 烤雞 咖哩牛腩 小龍包牛扒 火雞泰式沙律天婦羅 麵食 海鮮 蝦 長腳蟹 麵包蟹 螺熱食: 沒有吃水有豬手 三文魚 避風塘炒排骨 爆醬牛柳燉湯今次整體係差咗 沒有以往的好。但總好過九龍分店吧 continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)