Friday, December 14, 2012

Hong Kong: Lunch Buffet at Cafe Too


My favorite buffet is at Cafe Too. It is truly to die for. There is a wonderful variety of foods offered-- dim sum, Chinese noodles, Indian curries, fresh seafood, and delicious made-to-order crepes. As to be expected from a 5-star hotel restaurant, the service is impeccable, and the servers are fluent in both Chinese and English.

The restaurant also offers an a la carte menu, a great option for those who don't have large appetites.

Monday to Friday the lunch buffet is HK$388 (US$50), and includes a coffee or tea.
Saturday & Sunday the lunch buffet is HK$468 (US$60)

There is free valet parking (3 hours) if your restaurant receipt is for HK$800 or more.  

Here is a photo diary of most of what is offered at the buffet. (I already screened through the photos, but I couldn't cut down anymore!)






The freshest sashimi! A sushi chef slices these up for you, but it's also available over rice (next picture)





More sushi.


Cha siu/叉燒, duck, chicken.


A chef making dim sum.


Lots of dim sum and a window into the kitchen.


Noodles and fish balls.


Hainan Chicken Rice/海南雞飯 with soup.


Mousse and tiny desserts in waffle cones.


Jellos and cakes on plates matching the colors of the dessert.


Chinese desserts in a bird cage.


Iced cappucino with syrup. The US really needs to make serving simple syrup a norm with coffee. (Raw sugar does not melt!)



My made-to-order crepe. Decorated by me! (I had a lot of fun with the chocolate sauce and powdered sugar).



Island Shangri-la
7th Floor
Pacific Place
Supreme Court Road
Hong Kong
Phone number: 2820-8571





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6 comments:

  1. Woah - that is a massive and awesome-looking buffet!
    Lexi @ Glitter, Inc.

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  2. Hi Lexi,
    Thanks for stopping by! It really was awesome indeed :)

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  3. looks awesome! is coffee or tea included at weekends?? :)

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  4. looks awesome! is coffee or tea included at weekends?? :)

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    1. It should include coffee/tea on weekends as well! Sorry for the confusion.

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  5. Wow, such a beautiful buffet spread. I'll definitely check this plc out on my next trip to HK ;)

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