After enjoying the puppet show with my loved ones and blogger friends, our host ushered us to Coffee Terrace, located at the Lobby Floor Genting Grand.
Dinner was buffet style and there are varieties of food to choose from;Local Favourites, Nyonya Delights, Japanese, Malay, Chinese etc. Diners are spoiled for choices, but it was full house that night and famished cuz I skipped lunch, I simply grab what I can.
Deep fried sea bass and greenbeans from Western counter.
A little something from Western stall. Grilled lamb with black pepperÂ stuffed roast beef, Mac and cheese. The lamb and the beef were beautifully done no gamey taste or funny smell whatsoever, and I can’t find any faults with the rich and creamy Mac and cheese.
A little something from Chinese and Japanese stall: Fried squid balls, deep fried crab and oyster pancake (oh chien). Fried squid balls and deep fried crabs was all right. Adeptly fried, but I find the oyster pancake was too gooey and rubbery to my liking.
On Hubby’s plate: Grilled lamb, grilled chicken breast, pasta and sauteed long beans. I sampled some. These are all right too, but hubby did not like the pasta that much. According to him, it was rather bland.
Penang Lorbak drizzled with sweet and savoury sauce from Local Favourites. Kiddo loves this. Had two helpings of these. 😀
Assorted sushi and sashimi from Japanese stall. A must have should you patronize Coffee Terrace.
Desserts that my husband and I shared. I was rather full and not much of a sweet tooth, I only sampled the ice cream and the jellies. 😀
And desserts on Wendy‘s plate. She couldn’t finish some of it, so in the end my boy hijacked em and helped her clean her plate. 😀
The food was great, but the glutton in me regret the fact that I overlooked the current promotion that’s ongoing in Coffee Terrace. They are having this West Coast vs East Coast Food Promotion where regional Malaysian cuisine will battle it out for culinary supremacy. Feast from both sides of peninsula is offered to diners and I foolishly overlooked it when I was there. Talk about being too hungry. LOL.Well, I guess there’s always next time.
The West Coast vs East Coast food promotion will be offered from 18 to 30th November 2013, pricing at merely RM88 nett (adult) and RM45 nett (child). Buffet lunch is available from 12.00noon to 2.30pm while buffet dinner is available from 5.00pm to 9.30pm.
Should you wish to enjoy the tantalizing spread from both Malaysian coasts, do check out www.rwgenting or call 03-61011118 for more information.
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