Friday, January 11, 2013

We initially had planned to have our dinner at Genji Japanese Restaurant in Hilton PJ but unfortunately, we arrived to a fully booked restaurant for a private function that night, so we ended up having buffet dinner at their coffee house instead. Hotel's coffee house buffet is typically not my choice but we decided to come here anyways because we were starving!


When we walked in, it was relatively quiet as there were not many people.

#2 The restaurant itself is chic and cool, with soft music played in the background.





Priced at RM75++ per person, the buffet (doesn't include drinks) spread comprised local favorites comprising Malay, Chinese and Indian food, a fair range of predictable food. It was good, but not extraordinary. Like most buffets, it's about quantity over quality, but I think they probably have a rotating menu that changes every month for their buffet.






The dinner was Kelvin's treat. THANK YOU very much, Kelvin!

Since I've been procrastinating for about 2 months (?) on this post and I didn't take pictures of everything I ate, I don't remember everything that I had.

#12 My favorite of course was the raw oysters! I really stocked up on that, loll.




So many things I wanted to eat, I wish I had two stomachs! Still, a desserts fanatic like me couldn't pass up the dessert section. They looked irresistible.






#21 What could be more tempting than the sight of melted chocolate flowing down on a fountain?

#22 However, there were only fresh fruits to dip. I wish they had some marshmallows.






Oh gosh, I ate too much I felt like I was going to explode. *goodbye skinny jeans*

Anyway, we didn't want to go home to sleep right away like an oink-oink, so off we went karaoke-ing and let the good times rolled!

#28 Red Box @ The Curve



Okay, writing this makes me hungry again. Dang!

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