長者(60歲或以上) 及小童(3至11歲) HK$308
長者(60歲或以上) 及小童(3至11歲) HK$348
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惠顧自助餐滿HK$300可享2小時免費泊車 / 惠顧自助餐滿HK$1,000可享3小時免費泊車 (包括免費電動車充電服務)
From 2 July to 31 October 2019, Centre Street Kitchen delightfully presents “Taiwanese & Malaysian Night Market” dinner buffet, bringing guests the taste of authentic Malaysian cuisines and Taiwanese night market snacks. Our highlighted delicacies including Bah Kuet Teh, cooked to order Nyonya Laksa, Taiwanese Beef Noodle, Smoked Pork Belly and Preserved Vegetable Bun, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Fresh Topical Fruits Station and more! Top off with a fine selection of desserts and Häagen-Dazs ice-cream for a magnificent dining experience.
Tasty Nanyang-style cuisine
Bah Kuet Teh is a traditional Malaysian pork bone soup infused with pork ribs, several types of spices and oriental herbs. For 3 hours of preparation, enjoy the rich flavour of the broth with a slight touch of medicinal taste.
Spoil yourself with a bowl of Nyonya Laksa, a Malaysian noodle soup with mouth-watering spicy coconut broth. The coconut milk, shrimp head, dried chilies, belacan, minced shallot, garlic and ginger give the soup an intense flavour, richness and heat. You can choose from an array of toppings: shrimp, fish cake slices, tofu puff, cilantro and bean sprout.
Another highlight of this feast is the Stir-fried Turnip Cake with Sambal Shrimp Paste. Sambal sauce is a popular condiment in Malaysia, made with chilies, shrimp paste and different spices. The complexity and spiciness of the sauce combined with the sweet and crunchy turnip cake, you will not stop eating after taking one bite!
Char Kway Teow is a signature noodle dish from Malaysia, well known with its contrasting textures and aroma. The rice noodles are stir-fried with sambal sauce, sweet soy sauce, chilies, minced ginger and garlic, along with toppings such as bean sprout, chives, egg, fish cake slices and shrimp on high heat to produce a smoky flavour.
Nasi Lemak is a Malaysian fragrant rice dish, cooked with fresh pandan juice, coconut milk, lemongrass and galangal. It is served with a special chili sauce made with shallot, minced garlic, lemongrass, chilies, dried fish and shrimp paste, the savory aroma making it one of the most signature dishes in Malaysia.
Try out our Hainanese Chicken Rice, the rice is cooked with chicken fat, lemongrass, galangal, pandan and lemon leaf. Chicken is juicy and tender, served altogether with dark soy sauce, ginger, and the Malaysian chili sauce, making it more flavourful.
Delights of Taiwan
Dive into the feast with signature Taiwanese dishes such as the Taiwanese Beef Noodle. The broth is made out of beef bone and tendon, then being simmered for 24 hours for a rich flavour. Don’t be afraid to slurp and enjoy the delicious broth, tender beef and firm noodles.
Smoked Pork Belly and Preserved Vegetable Bun is a cut-open steamed bun stuffed with tender smoked pork belly, preserved vegetable and refreshing cucumber slices. The well balanced flavour and texture making it one of the most famous night market side snacks in Taiwan.
Another popular street snack would be the Popcorn Chicken. The chicken breast is marinated with shallot, minced garlic, soy sauce, cornstarch, sugar and five-spice powder, then coated with sweet potato starch before being deep fried. Served with fried Thai basil and pepper salt, the crispy and moist chicken bites are addictively delicious.
Other signature highlights include Double Boiled Pork Rib Soup with White Bitter Melon, Mini Oyster Omelette, Braised Minced Pork Rice in Taiwanese Style and more. Our dessert counter features a variety of sweets such as the Purple Sweet Potato Mousse Cake, our chef cooks the Taiwanese purple sweet potato till soft and mixes it into the mousse, along with pistachio nuts sprinkle on the side for a crunchy texture. Other than the mousse cake, the buffet also includes Iced Grass Jelly with taro balls and Taiwanese Pineapple Yoghurt Cake, made with cream cheese and sautéed pineapple slices.
Dinner Buffet (Monday – Thursday):
Senior (aged 60 or above) and Children (aged 3-11) HK$308
Dinner Buffet (Friday – Sunday, Public Holiday and Public Holiday eve):
Senior (aged 60 or above) and Children (aged 3-11) HK$348
Additional HK$38 per person: free-flow of selected soft drinks and beer
Additional HK$68 per person: free-flow of selected house wines, soft drinks, beer and sparkling water
[Free Parking]: Two-hour complimentary parking for patronage of HK$300 or above / Three-hour complimentary parking for patronage of HK$1,000 or above (Including Free Electric Vehicle Charging Service)