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Lovely place. Amazing decor, so American.

The toast was so well made and super soft. Almost melted in my mouth.

The price little higher but well worth it.

I highly recommend this place and will go back for sure

My mind was rather confused as I took my first bite into this hugely iconic dish of whole earth. I was so certain that it's made from beef based on the texture but deep down I knew that it's made of mushrooms. As part of my go vegetarian once a week mission, I decided that it isn't that hard going without meat or seafood given how delicious vegetarian dishes can be. The rendang was chunky and it complemented well with the thick and slightly spicy rendang gravy. Would be best to eat this with rice as it can get quite spicy!

(Clockwise from left) Cempedak creme brulee, tiramisu, bread pudding, Portuguese egg tart. The first actually worked. The last was really bad haha. No photo of the banana crumble, but eat that!

Char kway teow and asam pedas stingray. For a small and quiet buffet restaurant, it's a lot of stingray. For fans of the fish, here you can take as big a cut as you want.

Oxtail rendang, chinchalok crayfish, mutton curry, blue rice and keropok. The crayfish was a treat - abundant and fleshy. The mutton was also awesome - tender and flavourful. Free-flow crispy keropok was shiok. The great disappointment was the beef. A part so premium and they destroyed it. Contrary to usual, the meat was so tough.

Beef was horrendous. Left out in the cold after slicing. No positives. Chicken was much better. Nicely seasoned and quite tender.

I've encountered this before and I'll say it again: I can eat free-flow kueh pie tee all day!

(From left) Duck, mushrooms, apple. It was fun eating them.

Unusual item at a buffet, but appreciated nonetheless. Ordinary though.

Here’s the Beef Rendang and prices are really reasonable if you come here for lunch. Unfortunately, it doesn’t open for dinner or on weekends.

Crab claw, snow crab leg, prawn... And har gow lol. The latter was forgettable. The crabs were for some reason too salty (seawater?).

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