On-site, culinary stations await ravenous buffet-goers. Chefs prepare maki sushi, made to order pastas and brick-oven pizzas, shiumai and salapao. Thai and east-west fusion salads, token western fare, bulbous grain breads, and a modest cheese spread are among the mix. Strategically centre is a dessert island, definitely worth a few trips from the table.
so-so | dim sum. japanese maki was fairly basic [tuna, salmon, or crab].
not so | the pasta tomato sauce was a bit too sweet.
sweet notables | marshmallow squares and chocolate fondue. tiramisu [light cream and fresh espresso. mmm]. any ice cream flavour drizzled with chocolate fondue sauce [more enjoyable as it hardens]. a layered rectangle of peanut butter, wafer, and cream.
so-so | pumpkin pie.
not so | a pot of hot peppermint tea cost 140 baht. always ask before you order. especially in a big name hotel restaurant.