On normal days, they offer all-day dining; from breakfast buffet to executive lunch buffets (weekdays only), and themed buffet dinner.
My experience with their buffet started a few years back at the Eastin Hotel in PJ(read it here and here) and then when Eastin Hotel came to Penang, I also tried out their buffet dinner (read it here and here).
Recently, we decided to revisit the cafe for lunch out of the blue on a Saturday afternoon for their weekend lunch buffet (it was more of a spur of the moment kind of decision) and also, partly to enjoy quality time together.
Hi-Tea Buffet (Saturdays and Sundays: 11.30am-3.00pm)
Children : MYR24++
Well, the place looks the same to me and is designed in almost a similar style to their other outlet in Eastin Hotel PJ.
(Photos of the cafe)
They have the BBQ/Grill and Dim Sum section
Malaysian Rojak (fruits and gravy to mix and match)
It is hard to pick a starting point as there are so many choices to begin with; the mains come in varieties of cooking styles; from Oriental (Chinese, Malay, Indian, Peranakan) to Western.
For instance, fish cooked in spicy curry
A variety of seafood and vegetables add to the list of favourites
For meat lovers, there are also the succulent barbequed char siew (should be chicken since hotels practise halal food regulation)
Then there is also the grilled chicken fold over with pita bread
If you are already enticed by the main courses and starters, the desserts line up will definitely get you hooked!
Coming up in the next post...