I proceeded to try the 3 featured appetizers; of the three I liked the Tropical Pomelo Salad the best, it was very refreshing and was not too spicy. I was not able to finish the glass noodle salad since it was even spicier than the soup.Among the entree, I like the Pad Thai and Green Curry Chicken the best. The chicken was very flavorful and it beats the one I had at Jatujak out of the water. The pad thai was made by Chef Krobsuay per platter beside the serving area. The noodles were al dente although I might have left them a little too long in my plate because when I got to it, they were kinda cold though that did not deter from the taste.
I had two desserts, only one of which was part of the buffet, I forgot to get the name actually but it is reminiscent of ginatan but only creamier and containing only banana. The lemon lime ice cream is available from the deli besides Marriott Cafe. I love ice cream and the tarty taste was a perfect palate cleanser after the flavorful meal.Hurry and try out the buffet priced at P1350 nett for adults and P675 nett for children. Sunday brunch is P1650 nett, children below 12 are charged half while those under 6 are free. Diner’s who avail of the buffet get a chance to win a pair of round trip tickets to Thailand. Another benefit to diners is the chance to join the cooking class to be led by Chef Krobsuay on August 12 at 2:30pm.
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