Now outside, the "BBQ Extravaganza", was my highlight.
Oh this is an escargot from the European section (should have been in Part 1):
There's some more roast here between the foie gras and lobster noodle stations:
Some freshly-cooked Indian food (tandoori chicken):
And now, to my other highlight: THE DESSERTS! I'm trying to do this from left to right.
Some general tips:
- It was full, so booking is essential. Remember to specify where you want to sit (I don't know if you can, but you should be able to).
- Also, they might have been overwhelmed. I asked for a tool to crack the seafood shells and still haven't got it. This is the first time I've been let down by MO's service. So, er, try and BYO.
- You pretty much have your seat for the whole time. They're not seating 2 waves tonight, so take your time.
- Now I'm thinking, if I wanted to go again and take pictures, I'd try and go early so I could capture whole dishes and without people in the way. And try and take the pictures in some sort of order.
Ok now the big question: Was it worth it?
I think it depends on what you compare it with and what's your budget. It's certainly one of the more expensive options on V day, but not totally outlandish. I saw a few other restaurants' packages, like Antoinette's, and they're also around $80 per person, and not a buffet. So if your budget allows for it, it's worth your consideration, especially if you like seafood/BBQ. Hopefully these posts helped you make a choice and gave you an idea what to expect / what to eat!