This is a photo-loaded post :-)
After filling ourselves with the scrumptious main courses and appetizers, it was time to enjoy the sweet stuffs and the varieties of the desserts did not prove any lesser than the choices from the mains.
Variety of cakes
Local Malaysian Flavors in the kueh (traditional cakes)
How could a hotel hi-tea buffet not have the ever popular chocolate fondue fountain?
Cute tarts and mini cakes tower
A closer view at the featured desserts:
Mini Cream Puffs - these are adorable! (love the strawberry on top too!:-)
Pear Tart - this is indeed interesting!
There is also an attractive array of jellies and pudding
If you are not into sweet cakes and pudding, then the fruits section filled with an assortment freshly cut seasonal fruits could entice you.
Or one can opt for the classic and refreshing taste from the Malaysian favorite shaved ice; Ice Kacang from this specially station set up to whip you a bowl.
Choose from an array of condiments for your own bowl!
Like what we did :-)
Mini tart (I think?)
Spot the Ice-cream section near the Soups!
Sweet enough? Hope you enjoyed the photos as much as we have enjoyed their tastes and presentation.
An enjoyable hi-tea buffet, and I would say one of the good hotel buffets around in Penang :-)
For more information on Eastin Hotel Penang's daily buffet themes, do check out their site here.
**This is NOT a sponsored post and is based on my personal opinion/tastes**
Do you have any good hi-tea buffet experiences of your own to share too?
I would love to hear it!