The most enjoyable training ever!:)
Now to the scrumptious lunch buffet...an international gourmet!
We proceeded to their coffee house, Cinnamon Cafe on the concourse level.
(Sorry for the blurry pic)
The choices were really wide....and it's a long alley from the entrance to the other end - offering from local: Chinese, Indian, Malay to Western, Middle East, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and seafood! (Reminds me of Rasa Sayang's Spice Garden)
Wine cellar near the entrance...don't think this is included in the buffet:p
Breads, buns and pastries
Mains (Steaming and piping hot)
Spicy fish and stewed mutton
Raw meat - for BBQ
Indian spicy food; Tosei, Capati, Roti Canai, Fried Crispy chicken, satay, grilled kembung fish
The gravy for the breads
Grilled Kebab; beef, chicken, ribs
Pizzas; Vegetarian and hawaiian
Look, all the way to the end.... everything under the sky
There's even Lok Lok!! :) (Seafood and food on skewers)
To be dipped into boiling HOT water to cook (just like at hawker stalls)
Poached Salmon...really crispy!
There's even a chicken rice stall!
Korean - Kimchi
Japanese - Sashimi and sushi
SEAFOOD!! I Love them! YUMZZZ:)
Dim Sum and Steamed buns(pau)
Double boiled soup
Desserts section 1 (counter near the main entrance)
Malaysian Ice Kacang
Desserts section 2
More desserts for those with a sweet tooth
Chocolate fountain - fondue
Homemade brownies and cookies
Selection of fresh fruits
Watermelon, honeydew, papaya, pineapple, guava, dragonfruit - the best variety of fruits I've seen in a buffet! A treat for fruits-lovers like me *winks*
(They had plums the day before)
Really wonderful lunch buffet!
I totally enjoyed it....the funniest was when the instructor told us to "whack everything we see" on the 2nd day; which was also the last day of our training:)
I found out that the cost of this buffet is ~RM70++ per pax; but not really sure...anyone here who knows?