Andrea (am_klutz) wrote,

Yamm at the Mira

A buffet dinner is not one would exactly think of going for when in Hong Kong but A's friends recommended this for our dinner meet-up so we just went along with it.

The food spread was pretty decent. If you love fresh lobsters and crabs, it'll be worth it. It's not really cheap - averaged SGD$100 per person but if you go with a really empty stomach, you might be able to eat your fill. The cuisine ranges from Japanese to western to Asian so I enjoyed sliced duck with marmalade, plates of salmon sashimi, roasted juicy beef slices and all kinds of dessert.

Overall, it's a nice place to relax with a group of friends but only if you are willing to pay the price for it. The food is good but I personally feel that it's a bit too pricey.

Meanwhile, we just booked our tickets to Hong Kong for the year end! Whooohooo! Two glorious weeks in Hong Kong :)

P.S Sorry the pictures don't look good as I was too lazy to adjust the flash on my G10.

Yamm at The Mira
118 Nathan Road entrance Kimberley Road
Tsim Sha Tsui
Hong Kong
+(852) 2315 5111

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