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Friday, 28 August 2015

A Taste of Far Eastern and Fusion Cuisine @ Bamboo Lagoon, JW Marirot

Bamboo Lagoon

Another buffet night. Me and my partner are crazy for buffet. Well, that's why our diet plans never seem to work before. Today we choosed somewhere more interesting and tacky. With bamboo designs and bamboo-looking-structure, bridges, indoor ponds, straw-roofs and life entertainment. Very beach-like style in a fine hotel. And of course, all-you-can-eat Buffet.

We headed for Bamboo Lagoon in JW Marriot. For a taste of far eastern and fusion cuisine.

Inside JW Marriot
Bamboo Lagoon Entrance

I love the interior of the Hotel. Quite unique. Is like a city within a building. The Bamboo Lagoon Restaurant was interesting too. It was a great experience.

Hello Friday
Starting with Japanese

There was a good spread of variety like Japanese, Thai, Chinese, etc. Love the teppanyaki life station, where you can choose your seafood or ingredients for stir-fry noodle/rice. The cooking was fine although not excellent.

The Japanese Food Station
The Thai and some mixture Life Station
Lovely Desserts
Chinese Cuisine
Teppanyaki Seafood. Lobsters@!
Lovely Cakes
Lovely Partner

We did enjoyed ourselves. Very interesting buffet venue. Within this lovely relaxing dining experience. Good live band with a pretty cool bamboo stage in the right in middle. 

Location : Bamboo Lagoon, JW Marriot, Deira, Dubai
Buffet Price : AED 215 (Including Drinks) and above.
Rating : 3.5/5.0
Critics : Food was fine but wasn't execellent!?! No variety on desserts.

Will i be back? Erm... Maybe!

11 comments:

mun said...

AED 215 is for one person? When young please eat more buffet because when old, cannot enjoy buffet that much because cannot eat that much food. Good to see your sweetheart's face so happy enjoying the buffet.

suituapui said...

I love the decor, all that bamboo. Hmmm...that cocktail sausage is Chinese? :D

suituapui said...

What are those green leek-looking leaves all over the place?

Rose said...

I love buffet especially Japanese and Western buffet. Nice decor.

Irvine Chin said...

hi mun, believe you should be going for fine dining now hehe. people that can eat more goes for but, eat less go for fine dining.

Hi Suituapui, yes! haha. you got it right. those are plants. just plants.

Yes Rose, love the decor. Was pretty interesting for somehwere indoor.



The Yum List said...

What a unique setting.

Irvine Chin said...

Hi YumList, yes indeed ;)

RealGunners said...

Buffet is one of my favorite dining options too. I think this one is pretty good, with the elaborate decor and nice food. The ones in Malaysia are actually getting quite boring for me. Regardless of whether they call themselves international or Japanese or Thai or whatever buffet, the type of food we get are usually the same.

Irvine Chin said...

hi realgunners, yes agreed, and in Malaysia they dont seems to keep up the standards. Some buffets may be very famous and glamore for a few years, but standards drops after that.

Small Kucing said...

Lovely ambiance. Too bad about the dessert

Irvine Chin said...

Hi Small Kuching. Yup! Desserts. Sigh!

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