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Not sure how you would spend your Christmas this year but if it’s not a nice place to hang out with your family or friends, it wouldn’t worth that precious season. Being to One World Hotel’s Cinnamon Coffee House, is another restaurant that I recommend if you plan to bring your whole family out of a feast.

The one thing I love about this place is they served a huge number of variety over here in their restaurant. Not a fan of Chinese cuisines? No problem, we have some fine Indian cuisines over there. Not a fan either? How about some Malay styled cooking for your liking? Not much of a fan again? There’s Italian pasta, some Japanese style cuisines and many more for your consumption.

Some good curry dishes

Some grilled seafood

Beef satay, chicken satay and mutton satay

Chinese style cuisines

Some spicy chinese style cuisines

These are only a very very small portion of the entire buffet spread of the place. If I were to post every single pictures out there regarding the food, this blog post would be loading like old people making love. Slow and frustrating(performance wise of course).

I love the fact that they provide some good spicy stuff as I love spicy. Even though occasionally I got to put up with a fiery aftermath out of my place where the sun don’t shine, it worth every single moment. Ok, this is getting slightly disgusting for a food post but then yeah. The curry over here is kicking and I love it.

Pasta

Choice of sauces for your pasta

Another part to be taken note of is the pasta served over here. Besides several choices of pasta and even including the squid ink pasta, there are a few sauces and gravy for you to choose from. If you thought that you will be served some stone-cold pasta that taste no better than a shoe string, fear not, they cooked the pasta on the spot and they taste good to me. Slightly above average. There are not much buffet place that serves some good pasta like that.

Oyster

There are some good seafood here. These chilled seafood are crabs, oysters, mussel and also prawns are to be shout about. Besides that, they also served some fresh raw salmon and tuna which I had few servings off. Their wasabi served is very potent too. Sorry for no pictures depicting these as I was late for the time and couldn’t do much since it was quite packed with people having a good time.

Turkey

A customary roast turkey was served and it definitely taste good. It’s not too dry as turkey meat tends to be slightly dry. The texture is tender and just right to my liking. Definitely worth the try if you will be here.

Fruits

Ice cream

Cakes

Various desserts are served here as well and definitely a heaven for those with a sweet tooth. Cupcakes, cakes, ice cream, marshmallows and many more are there ready to fulfil your cravings for anything sweet. If you have kids, a definite haunt for them. They will be loitering the place asking for more. There was one occasion when a group of small kids come up to me and DEMAND me to get them some ice cream. Well, they were actually polite as well. I am not sure which part of me looks like a waiter as I’m short and fat and I only wore a t-shirt and a pair of jeans like how I usually wore to work. Although they are not some bunch of good looking chicks, I was more than happy to do the favor for them while laughing a bit. Still pretty dazed from that incident.

Among other food to look out for at this place is its good tender Beef, the Briyani Rice and also some of the delicious kurma dishes.

Are we feasting on this alone? Not a chance. As I mentioned earlier, there are some kids around and these children are from the House of Joy. This was also partly to make them enjoy Christmas just like everyone else and they were definitely in for a treat that day.

Children from House of Joy

A masked vigilante among the bunch

A gift is always best to make them happy

Compassion and humanity

Chipmunks mascots to keep the children and also adults entertained

A choir performance

I had fun on this very day. The good company and good food I had. It was definitely memorable. I was slightly lazy to list down the information at this place and so I end up copying everything from Witch’s post. Do visit her awesome food blog!

Christmas Eve Festive Revelry
24 December 2011
6.30 pm – 10.30 pm
RM108++ per adult (includes one glass of wine)
RM55++ per child aged 4 – 12 years (includes one glass of mocktail)

Christmas Day Gala Buffet
25 December 2011
6.30 pm – 10.30 pm
RM108++ per adult (includes one glass of wine)
RM55++ per child aged 4 – 12 years (includes one glass of mocktail)

Christmas Day Hi-Tea Galore
25 December 2011
12 noon – 4.30 pm
RM65++ per adult
RM33++ per child aged 4 – 12 years

Cinnamon Coffee House, One World Hotel
First Avenue
Bandar Utama City Centre
47800 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel no: +603 7681 1157
Website: www.oneworldhotel.com.my

 

 

 

 

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