Made a reservation via Chope and visited the restaurant on a Sat evening. Had decided on this restaurant as they had a promo on Burpple Beyond. Upon informing that we are going to use Burpple Beyond at the counter, the manager quoted us the price for premium buffet straight (which is more expensive with wagyu beef) which was $170-180. If I had not done some research beforehand and know that there is also a deluxe buffet (which is cheaper with no wagyu beef), I may be ‘forced’ to choose the more expensive option since I wasn’t informed of the cheaper option? Only when clarifying further on their buffet options (deluxe/premium), (the manager seems reluntant to share on the deluxe buffet) did the manager then informed bluntly that the deluxe buffet doesn’t come with wagyu beef. (My Friend and I do not take beef so the premium buffet is not worth it for us too) I thought the food is not bad (my Friend did not like the food here though) and would appreciate if the staff can inform customers of all their available options and not just push the more expensive option in their restaurant. We ended up paying around $90 for 2.

The stall is famous for their dry ban mian, which is handmade and chewy. Personally love their Tom yum soup as well, and so was happy to find out that they have Tom yum noodles on the menu, and they allow you to choose between ban mian and you mian. Prefer the you mian. $6.50 for a bowl and it comes with prawns and slices of fish cakes!

There was a small variety of meat including pork (bacon, belly, collar, marinated), chicken (spicy, black pepper) and beef (short ribs). The buffet also includes some cooked food and soup. Highly recommend the ginseng chicken and collagen soup, goes so well with rice! Paid less than $60 for a weekend lunch for 2 pax.

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