28
Jan

Buffet Brunch at Hotel Equatorial Penang

   Posted by: CK Lam   in Hotels, Promotion

This year our management decided to change the usual course dinner to buffet lunch at Hotel Equatorial for our company Chinese New Year staff gathering. All agreed as we were finding the course dinner a bit boring and monotonous. The venue was the Coffee Garden which overlook the swimming pool and the waterfall.


The brunch starts at 11.30 am. It was a bit early for all of us that used to eat after 12noon but all of us felt hungry after looking at all the delicious spread.

This is the station that serves satay, roti jala and fried oyster omellet (oh chien).


A plate of freshly fried ‘oh chien’.

For porridge lovers, there is a choice of century egg porridge and Teochew style porridge with all these accompanying side dishes.


Spread of bread and other dishes! =)

Plenty of fruits, cakes, ice-kachang, ice-cream and also gandum and smooth tau foo fah.

After a hearty meal, we went around taking pictures of the hotel and its beautiful surrounding gardens – which is one of their unique features.

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3 comments so far

littleshinyst@r
 1 

hi.. may i know how much is the buffet for a person? :)

why the buffet lunch seems does not have any rice/bee hon/mee? i only see alot of cakes haha.. :S the buffet got sushi? :P

June 8th, 2008 at 3:55 pm
Anonymous
 2 

Have you tried Kampachi, the Japanese restaurant located near to Coffee Garden?

I love the salmon there. It is so fresh and the best part I reckon is the belly. White strips of fat layering the orange meaty salmon.. yum. In Australia, you get to buy fresh salmon from the market or fish shop. I miss those days where I had so much of the fresh salmon. Now, I think I can only get that kind of fresh salmon at Kampachi.

The steak teppanyaki (cook to order) is yummy too.

If you like Japanese food, do give it a try if you haven’t tried it yet.

They have increased the price of the buffet to RM 62++ for lunch on weekends.

June 13th, 2008 at 1:10 pm
CK Lam
 3 

Littleshinystar – I can’t recall the price and I think it would have change by now.. do check it out.

Anonymous – I always wanted to try out the buffet lunch in Kampachi but so how I ended up eating in some other places… will drop by one of this days.

June 13th, 2008 at 6:22 pm

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