Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Tenji Japanese buffet Part 2: The tempting and appetizing starters

(Continued from previous post...)
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Upon entering the main entrance and led to our seat, I started scouting around and checking out the food they have to offer for a buffet which costs RM88++ per person.

From the main entrance, there's fresh fruits, juices and light sweet savoury snacks which children will definitely love.
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A fruit-lover like myself will definitely be spoilt for choices from the array of fruits; ranging from kiwis (oh, I LOVE them!), dragonfruit, watermelon, oranges, honeydew, pineapple, apple, papaya.
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I've even noticed a lady before me taking too much of her load of kiwi's, leaving me with 2-3 pieces =(

There is a fruit juice counter; where you can select the fruit to be freshly squeezed; or you can even choose to have ice-blended version of your juices for a refreshing twist!
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Just like this Ice-blended Honey Lemon!
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It was too sweet though, ughs!

There's also ready cordial juices for you to choose from
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Unlike Spice Market in Rasa Sayang, this is part of the buffet package and you are free to take as much as you want.

There are also chocolate dip
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Take note of this; there's even a popcorn-making machine! COOL!
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Now, remember what our parents used to say; we should take our meals before we take any of these snacks, so we shall move on to the spread of the main course ( the main theme of this buffet)

Fresh seafood

Oysters on da rock! =P
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Crabs
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Fresh prawns
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Moving on to the actual Japanese-themed food; first of all, the Sashimi
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Pretty fresh and I liked the dry ice effect =)

Starters; a variety of mini cold dishes
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There are also various interesting salads:
Seafood salad (this was YUMMY!)
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It had a combination of crab meat, prawns, squids, mango slices.
It was quite a nice combo; and the ingredients were fresh!~

Potato with mussel salad
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Some sushi (I was unable to finish taking all the shots of the sushi available as there were people blocking me)
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You can also make/request for soba with your own choices of ingredients available
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Feeling hungry already???...Stay tune, there's more coming up!! ~

3 comments:

  1. This price isn't that scary, considering a wide array of Japanese food served here...

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  3. has the quality improved now that the place is less packed?

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