Exit A, Causeway Bay MTR Station; 5 minutes walking distance from Times Square continue reading
Kudos is located inside the Crowne Plaza Hotel and serves a range of international foods. Unlike most restaurants, guests must eat one of the four set menus offered. The menus rotate weekly, constantly offering guests a different dining experience. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
09:30 - 11:30
14:00 - 17:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master AlipayHK Alipay Cash AE UnionPay WeChat Pay
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10% Service Charge
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Review (235)
Level3 2020-01-08
之前在網上預先買了餐廳的自助餐券,本來以為已有電話購買的QR code就可以,購買過其他餐廳的餐飲卷都有預購記錄,但這間餐廳堅持要我出示列印版的自助餐券,若要他們列印出來,要收我額外$20的手續費,還跟我說: 「如果你沒有hard copy, 又唔想比$20手續費,就要自己諗個方法印出黎啦。」態度很不友善,這是酒店的服務嗎?真的很失望,其他餐廳都可以做到數QR code就可以即時知道預約情況,為何這間餐廳做不到,是否他的科技太落後了? continue reading
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Level1 2019-12-07
一個伏字😓裝修完得番半個場⋯嘢食少到呢,魚生位成日無人海鮮只得一轉,一直同朋友說應該會加的,說好的海鮮饗宴燒牛都係只派了一次,熟食10只手指數得晒,D碗洗得不太乾淨,蠔要點其實都係接受,但開12只開左30-40分鐘左右 continue reading
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Level4 2019-11-16
對上一次原本book咗呢度慶祝anniversary,架車唔生性喺軒尼詩道跪低咗,當日我哋兩個都好唔開心,佢一路都冇再提,驚我又記起架車劏咗,但係我有心肝我會記住,今日決定俾個surprise佢,我坐低幫佢睇住個手袋,等佢出去攞嘢食先,因為我知道佢又會攞一兜沙律俾我食住等,之後我出咗去攞生蠔,生蠔都幾肥大,而家呢啲時間通常好啱食蟹同龍蝦,每樣攞少少試吓睇吓邊樣好味再encore,女朋友依然係全程食甜品 continue reading
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Level1 2019-11-10
一個字,伏! 說有限度供應的生蠔,一隻也見不到,烤牛是限量供應的,每人只有一件(大約半張紙幣的大小),焗蠔也是分配的,一人一件,刺身說會有紅蝦、帶子和鮑魚,但,帶子每次是2薄片(一隻帶子估計可切8片),紅蝦每次一隻,鮑魚只出過極短時間,每片大約一毛至五毛的大小和厚度。另外,每成人有半隻焗龍蝦身體🦞,這個味道還可以。自助熱食數量不多,自助凍食海鮮有蟹腳,螺,青口和小龍蝦。以原價近600元的自助晚餐來計算,在銅鑼灣區是中價自助晚餐,但食物質素比300多元的自助餐更差。總結來說,一個字,差。唯一可取的是服務員態度良好。 continue reading
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Our last visit was over half a year ago! I had a detailed introduction at the following link. If interested, please feel free to visit it:https://www.openrice.com/zh/hongkong/review/still-good-despite-obvious-cost-cutting-e3363961Price had inflated by $10 to $208 +10% per head without main course with eat-as-you-please from the buffet. There was a 25% discount from openrice coupon. Overall it was still a good value for money at $177 despite some cost-cutting.When you entered the restaurant, you were welcome by the sashimi & sushi counter! This had improved because last time the sashimi and sushi were served on separate small plates and they didn't refill the sashimi fast enough. This time they had a chef to serve you. Although there was a small sign saying that only 3 pieces each time, the chef was so nice to give me more because there was no line!The sashimi were pretty standard with salmon, tuna, octopus and 立魚, same as before. The quality of all the sashimi was generally satisfactory. Cold seafood was next to the sashimi and sushi counter. They were not attractive enough for me to try.The noodle bar at your own service had changed into a Vietnamese Noodle Station with a chef to serve you.There were two types of soup. One western and one Chinese. There were some bread next to the soup counter.The Western soup was lobster soup so I couldn't help but try a small bowl. It was pretty concentrated and it was not bad. There was an appetisers corner. I tried the cooked salmon with soba which was surprisingly good. The soba, although having been cooked for quite a while, was not like a paste of starch but was still a little bit al dente. I also tried the duck foie gras sauce with mango sauce which was acceptable. The tomato slices with Greek cheese was also reasonable. There was a cheese platter which I hadn't captured in this photo with a few types of cheese with labels. The cheeses, including some soft and some hard cheeses, were also of reasonable quality. The big red grapes on the sides didn't look so clean though.There was a simple salad bar. Fruits included water melons, Hami melons, melons and pineapples and were sufficient. There were a few berries on top but they never refilled them. They used to have spinach and sliced mushrooms which were so good but they were no longer available. The rocket was quite fresh. I was surprised that they had orange cherry tomatoes. I also tried their egg salad which was so rich in mayo and was so tasty. I liked the beetroots too which must be so nutritious.Again, there were quite a number of hot dishes so that you don't really need to order the main course from the set. Most were quite good this time.Like last time, the red curry seafood was pretty tasty. The degree of spiciness was of the right degree. I particularly liked the veggies cooked in red curry sauce. There were some seafood like prawn, mussels and fish fillets. The pork loin was quite tender with a slightly sweet sauce.The ox tongue was reasonably tender.The 豬髀 was not overly dry at all.The sweet and sour fish was a bit disappointing because the food label said it should be sweet and sour pork.For food not on this plate, I also tried some fried clams which were ok. The deep-fried fish cutlet were cooked very well with crispy and thin batter. The 牛仔骨 were quite tender too. There was one type of veggies, which were very long 娃娃菜. They were tasty but were too long and thick and so they were hard to eat. There were two types of carbohydrates: the pasta in cream sauce seemed tasty while the fried noodles with mushrooms looked ok, although I didn't try.There were HD chocolate, mango & raspberry, strawberry and vanilla ice cream in the fridge at your own service - the best part of the buffet! There used to be a frozen yoghurt machine with waffle cones at your own service. It was no longer available.The desserts seemed to have deteriorated too. Most of the cakes were not so pleasing. I tried the blueberry cheesecake and 雲石cake which were both not so good. The cinnamon apple crumble totally sucked, not crunchy at all. The only thing acceptable seemed to be the creme brulee, which was smooth and tasty as usual. Most important of all, the iconic desserts plate with 9 partitions were missing.Not in this picture were one type of hot sweet soup, which was 桃膠 with red date and 龍眼 which was ok as it was not too sweet but I had no incentive to try another bowl. There was baked sago pudding which I was so excited and couldn't help but try but it was so disappointing as it was so thin without much ingredients and just like a paste of sticky cake stuck together. As usual, there was also sweet tofu with toppings like sugar and red beans. They were just ok as the tofu was quite free of bean flavour and the toppings weren't so good either.The drink had changed into a drinks counter at your own service. There was a coffee machine with hot water, hot tea, iced tea, iced coffee and even cold milk at your own service. Service was ok as most of our finished plates/bowls were collected timely enough. Some server wasn't so friendly but some were better.Despite the cost-cutting especially regarding the yoghurt machine, some salads and dessert plate, it was still quite a competitive lunch buffet with HD ice-cream cups, sashimi and reasonable hot dishes. However, it was getting more marginal with the inflated price. Hope they would keep it up for our next visit. continue reading
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