The buffet spread at Global Kitchen is made up of predominantly Asian dishes so if you are a fan of Asian cuisine, you'd love dining at Global Kitchen! (: Here are some snapshots of what we had that day:
Vegetable samosa (yum!) and steamed soon kueh (not bad!)
I was intrigued by the large spread of sandiwches but only decided to take two: grilled vegetable sandwich and egg sandwich (yum). I also followed in Jeffrey's footsteps and took some leaves but I also drizzled some thousand island ranch sauce onto the leaves to give them more taste.
There was quite a wide variety of meat despite the small buffet display area. Some of the meat include: roasted chicken, roasted duck, deep fried prawn on bamboo (ala Vietnamese style), mee goreng (ymmy!) as well as fried carrot cake (black).
After seeing Jeffrey eat his food with such relish, I decided to outdo him and take an entire plate of savoury food for myself to indulge in: (from left to right, in clockwise direction: deep fried prawn on bamboo, mee goreng, mushroom tart, fried carrot cake (black) and vegetable spring roll.
As you can see by now, we shared MANY plates with the same few dishes on them. The only 'new' item on this plate would be the paper-wrapped chicken, which Jeffrey complimented! It's definitely a must-try as the chicken tasted 'tender and special! =)
One thing that I didn't like about Global Kitchen was its tiny dessert section! =( It had a mixture of western and asian desserts but somehow the entire display wasn't particularly captivating.
Here's a shot of my mango pomelo sago (: It tasted thicker than usual but I was okay with it. Could have been better with more pomelo and sago though.
Scones and bread and butter pudding! Unfortunately, this was one of the rare times that I ate desserts (which I really like) but are below average standard! The bread & butter pudding, as you can see, was already pre-cut and didn't have the right texture. As for the scones, they tasted more like muffins as they were dense instead of slightly biscuity. Maybe you can give these a miss the next time you head there.