199 Jalan Bukit Bintang,
Tel: 03-2731 8333
Business hours: 6.30pm to 10.30pm.
With over 100 dishes, the 40 children who attended the treat were spoilt for choice and overwhelmed by the five-star treatment.
The buffet featured several local dishes as well as Western flavours.
To start, there are 20 types of salads and kerabu ? from nasi ulam, Kerabu Pelam Daging Bakar, Ayam Panggang Pedas Pucuk Paku and Rojak Buah Hentian Pagoh.
There are also flavoured crackers, salted eggs and fish, fried anchovies and other condiments.
The soup counter offers several different types of soup such as Malay oxtail and Chinese vegetable broth to Indian rasam and cream of mushroom served with assorted breads.
If you are looking for something different, there is the taco counter. Five different tacos ? beef, seafood, chicken, cheese and sweet ? are all set to tantalise the taste buds.
Moving over to the main menu, rice and hot dishes are the highlight.
The Westin Briyani is a must-try. Made with lamb, the dish is definitely something to savour.
Those who opt for plain rice can try the variety of gulai and famous Malay dishes such as Rendang Paru, Tenggiri Lemak Cili Api and Ayam Kampong Gulai Nangka. Chinese and Indian cuisine are also available.
Desserts are a must to complete a meal. At the desserts corner, one is confronted with the variety of cakes and cookies to choose from including Chocolate Ganache Cake, Fudgy Cashewnut Brownie, Cherry Cheesecake and Red Velvet Cake.
In addition, the Sugar Floss and Popcorn Machine Station will definitely attract the young ones.
For a healthier option, there are fresh fruits and tau foo fa.
The buffet spread is priced at RM128++ per adult and at RM64++ per child (complimentary for children below six years old),
The promotion ends on July 31.
This is the writer’s personal observation and not an endorsement by StarMetro.