Dinner Buffet at Wembley Cafe

Friday, September 11, 2015 Pojiegraphy Journal 1 Comments


I shared few things about St Giles Wembley Hotel in my previous blog post. This time, it will be more like free-and-easy entry and i'll be writing about my dinner experience at Wembley Cafe. Continue scrolling if you wish to see what this luxury hotel's cafe has to offer. Ready to be spoiled by the foods? 



Located at Level 2, this café offers a various selection of delectable foods from local, Asian and Western cuisine. This café will give you 24 hours dining experience. 

"Prepare to be spoilt for choice of our exquisite spread of local and international delights all day long"


Back from a tiring day with lot of fun activities, surely this would be the perfect time and place for us to indulge with some food served at Wembley Cafe. You can make a reservation via their official website or simply call or email them. 

Truly amazed with the huge crowd during my visit -- saw big families gathering. Well, at least I know that this is one of the best place to spend a quality time with your loved ones. 


Lets take a look what Wembley Café has to offer 

SIDE DISH


You are free to make your own Pasembor, a Malaysian salad often called as Rojak Mamak. I love the kuah as it is full of taste (read: spicy). Pasembor is one of the must-try food when you are in Penang. 


Penang Rojak 




Cakes


Soba


Fruit jelly


THE MAIN DISH


Broiled Flank Steak with Szechuan Sauce


Fried Prawn with Sweet & Spicy Sauce


Grilled Grouper Fillet with Mushroom Soy Sauce


BBQ Leg of Lamb Special Pepper Sauce


Seafoods


Chicken Rice


Sushi

DESSERTS


Selection of cheese


Traditional Kuih


Yoghurt drinks


Selection of ice creams


Make your own Cendol

Indeed, I was drooled by most of the foods they presented and some of them are remarkably delicious. Yes! I spoilt myself by trying almost all of them.


The sushis was just nice -- But I would prefer the one that we had at the specialised sushi restaurant. 


Broiled flank steak and fried rice 


Japanese soba -- one of my fav!


Penang Rojak -- the kuah was good!


Some desserts to end up my dinner session

MY REVIEW
Good: Yes, Wembley Café had wide selection of cuisines for you. For at least, you will not miss your hometown that much because they served local, Asian and Western cuisines. 
Need to be Improved: Hygiene. Based on my experience, I saw the eating utensils (spoon & fork) were not in superbly clean condition. But I'm sure they will work on it soon. 


To find out more about the hotel and Wembley Café, kindly visit their official website HERE

1 comment:

  1. Japanese soba tu apa benda hehe sekali tgk mcm mee grg hitam jer..apa rasa laaa ya ..

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