The food stations were spread out and this forces you to walk in between all that eating.
We started off with appetisers and salads.
There were some Assorted Grilled Vegetables which is an interesting (and relatively healthy) addition to the buffet spread.
The Chilled Seafood section had prawns, crayfish, mussels, oysters etc. However, both my friend and I noted that the crayfish had a rather mushy texture to it and thought that it didn't taste fresh. The rest of the seafood were fine.
The selection of Indian food was pretty good- however, the naan was too oily and tasted more like roti prata instead.
We didn't waste our stomach space eating the Chinese food because nothing stood out in particular.
Three dessert fondues- that's a rare sight! However, as I am not a fan of fondue, I didn't try any of these. I tried the ice cream next to it instead- you really can't go wrong with ice cream!
After ice cream, I headed straight to the dessert section which turned out to be a real disappointment. Despite the variety of desserts, there was a sore lack of chocolate desserts. Of course, not everybody enjoys chocolate, but you definitely need some of those on the dessert table! The desserts were also not the most tastefully plated and were not replenished. Less of those desserts in shot glasses and real desserts please!
The yoghurt station is also one novel station that is seldom seen at other buffet places.
There was also a cheese section which really appealed to my cheese-loving friend.
The good thing about this place is that it is Halal certified. Their service is also exceptional- they clear your plates once you leave the seat. The waiters and waitresses are also very friendly. When we were there, they were doing some sort of jingle for those having their birthdays. A very nice gesture. Besides that, while there is quantity in the buffet here, quality is somewhat lacking.
Royal Plaza on Scotts
25 Scotts Road