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Island Shangri-La v Mandarin Oriental

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    Island Shangri-La v Mandarin Oriental

    For a weekday lunch buffet - any views as to the choice and quality?

    (Already looked at openrice)

    thanks!


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    Bumping this...

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    Why bump, there's like one other topic on this board that had a post today

    And there was some recent discussion in this topic: http://hongkong.geoexpat.com/forum/2...ead246030.html

    Oh wait you made that topic.

    You sure love buffets


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    I do love buffets haha but after a spell of not going, I realised that quite a few had gone downhill...

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    Mandarin Oriental any day.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pkboy:

    You sure love buffets
    Buffets are incredibly popular family outings in Hong Kong.

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    Cafe kool at kowloon Shangri la is awful so, specifically, how does cafe too at island shangrila compare?

    This is for future reference as you're right, the mandarin is excellent but it gets fully booked easily...

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    I've never been to Cafe "Kool" only attended a conference at the Kowloon Shangri' the food wasn't bad in fact quite impressive considering it was a conference, the cocktail "buffet" was good 'hick'


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    Quote Originally Posted by Koen:
    I've never been to Cafe "Kool" only attended a conference at the Kowloon Shangri' the food wasn't bad in fact quite impressive considering it was a conference, the cocktail "buffet" was good 'hick'
    What is hick?

    Maybe it's just kool that has gone downhill if the conference food was ok...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tagheuer:
    I like Four Seasons and Mandarin Oriental
    Four seasons have a semi-buffet from what I was told... Any good?

    Went to mandarin yesterday...excellent quality esp desserts but poor main course and starter selection... V good if u like cold seafood though...and, as always, impeccable service

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