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The restau­rant is sim­plis­tic in style and can get rather loud if there is a crowd so it is def­i­nitely bet­ter for fam­i­lies or groups. The pre­sen­ta­tion at each food sta­tion is at­trac­tive and there is a suf­fi­cient va­ri­ety of food. Start at the cold seafood counter where fresh prawns, oys­ters and cold crabs are served. All the seafood is fresh and de­light­ful.

Next, head to the grilled meats counter where ev­ery­thing is cooked right there and then. While the other meats are well­mar­i­nated, the sa­tay is out­stand­ing in terms of taste and aroma. Side dishes at the counter — sal­ads, veg­eta­bles and pota­toes — are well-kept in re­spec­tive bowls and con­tain­ers and are fresh and tasty. There are also grilled slip­per lob­ster tails, which are ex­tremely fresh and sweet.

The food that def­i­nitely stands out is the Malay and In­dian cuisines, par­tic­u­larly the beef ren­dang and lamb varu­val, as they ex­ude au­then­tic tastes and flavours. The noo­dle sta­tion is rather in­ter­est­ing as it has three dif­fer­ent types of soup and a wide choice of noo­dles. Both the curry and prawn-flavoured soups are fra­grant and served hot. The chef is metic­u­lous in en­sur­ing that the noo­dles and the var­i­ous condi­ments — fish ball, fish cakes and tofu — are well cooked.

The dessert counter also of­fers plenty of choices with cooked-to-or­der waf­fles and pan­cakes, many small fin­ger cakes, small bowls of bread and but­ter pud­ding, ice-ka­cang, ice-cream and a choco­late foun­tain. The desserts are not par­tic­u­larly sweet and the cakes are lovely and moist.

The sa­tay is out­stand­ing in terms of taste and aroma

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