Cinnamon Coffee House will never fail to impress me with their wide spread of delicious food in the buffet, so I was here again with a few friends last 2 weeks for the Hi-Tea Session.
To my surprise, the Hi-Tea buffet provide not only boring cakes and sweet delicacies like most of the hotel’s Hi-Tea do but extensive selection of mains of local & international fare. Let me bring you have a stroll what they’ve offer.
The Roasted Whole Lamb greeted you once you enter the restaurant.
Some cold cuts.
Variety of cheeses.
Assortments of curries, rendang and condiments for the nasi lemak.
Yong Tau Foo
Malaysian’s favourite chicken, beef & lamb satay, I love the skewers of meat which remain juicy and the nutty sauce definitely gave it an extra kick!
Dim sum pipping hot from the steamer.
There were a few cooking station which provide live cooking according to request of the guest for their choices of ingredients, thumbs up for this as I like my food laden with lots of ingredients. (Call me kiasu >.<)
Pasta cooking station.
Porridge cooking station.
Porridge with fish, peanuts and fermented black bean dace fish.
Carbonara Gnocchi with Beef Bacon
Creamy sauce and the chewy gnocchi was very moreish and the beef bacon definitely heighten up the level of scrumptiousness.
Roti Jala with Curry Chicken
Char Kuey Teow – Full with wok hei and I love the fresh bouncy big prawns!
My 1st time seeing this in a buffet! Bubble tea with pearls, maybe because of the Taiwanese Bubble Tea is latest hits in the market?
Breads and pastries section.
Delectable range of desserts, so attractive to the eyes even before they were savored!
Definitely kids’ favorite – The chocolate fountain with fruit & marshmallow skewers.
Do you believe they even have the soya milk beancurd (tau foo fa) in wooden barrel? O.O
Fruits after all those foods stuffed in your stomach to help the digestion ;P
Comfortable dining area.
The al-fresco dining section.
The weekend hi-tea is available on every Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday from 12 noon to 4.30 pm.