What better way to spend your Sunday than indulging in a scrumptious buffet brunch.At Rasa Spice Market, Shangri-La, you will be able to savour variety of cuisines from six show kitchens featuring Chinese, Indian, Western & Japanese cuisines just to name a few.
My family & I used to be frequent patrons of the dinner buffet at Shangri-La Penang, but we’ve noticed that over time, the food quality and service standards have deteriorated tremendously. During our recent Sunday Brunch visit, we were in high hopes that the Shangri-La, Penang would have improved since our last unpleasant experience.
So, first impression of the place is that it has a beautiful rustic feel to it and a spacious layout, making it perfect to accommodate large groups. Patrons have the option to pick their indoor seating area or opt for the outdoor terrace seating overlooking luscious green landscapes.
The overall food quality at Rasa Sayang Spice Market has improved since my last visit. One will definitely be spoiled for choice with the extensive array of delicacies prepared during the Sunday Brunch Buffet. If you have a picky/fussy bunch of eaters with you, I would recommend coming here as there is something for everyone. I truly enjoyed the entire ambience of the restaurant as it felt very chill & laid back, exactly how Sundays should be.
While I had an overall pleasant dining experience, my least favourite part about the buffet has got to be the lack of refills at the seafood section.Though the food quality and selection have improved, Spice Market@ Shangri-La, Penang has got a lot of catching up to do in comparison with Lemon Garden@ Shangri-La, Kuala Lumpur which I have reviewed here.
The Sunday Brunch Buffet is priced at RM140nett/adult & RM70nett/child. Price is somewhat justifiable particularly for the atmosphere and a widespread buffet line. It is advisable to make a reservation in advance to avoid disappointment.