For only $168 per person you may enjoy antipasti buffet with a choice of your main course and a delicious serving of tiramisu or tea/coffee. You may also pamper yourself with free flow prosecco for an extra $98 per person. The valuable offer is available every weekend from 11am to 3pm.
Cold Cuts: assorted hams, smoked salmon, octopus, assorted green salad, caprese, olive angel hair, grilled veggie
Bread: squid ink bread rolls, and other types of bread
Condiments and sauces: olive oil vinaigrette, black olive paste, shallot vinegar, bacon bits, shredded carrots, olives, crotons
Seafood: big prawns, long crab legs, mussels
Moving to the cold cuts and salad section, we basically just mixed up everything on a plate. The assorted ham was nice especially the parma. We like to complement the salty ham with some fresh and crunchy green salad to make a better balanced combination.
We liked the smoked salmon and octopus the most because they we could tell they were nicely selected and we could just refill our plates with them again and again!
p.s. they use high quality mini mozzarella balls instead of big slices
Among five main courses to choose, we have decided to go for something with less carb since we were already half full up, but we are definitely going to try their pasta, pizza or spring chicken next time!
Australian Rib Eye Steak with Balsamic Gravy
We had it medium-rare and it was perfectly cooked to our liking. The meat was tender and juicy. The strong meaty flavour was lightened a little bit with the slightly sour balsamic gravy. Not to forget that the new potatoes were actually very tasty too!
Grilled Salmon Fillet with Fennel Puree
To us, salmon is one of the best fish to be eaten, in terms of nutrition value. The fillet was gilled until crispy on the outside, and soft and moist inside. Salmon meat is usually a bit fishy, therefore the pesto and the fennel puree could actually neutralise the taste a little bit, leaving just the freshness from the fish itself.