The whole object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land; it is at last to set foot on one’s own country as a foreign land.” – G.K. Chesterton

Sunday, 17 September 2017

Revisit: Sunday buffet @ Yamm, Hong Kong

A few months ago, we invited our Hong Kong-resident relatives over to our side, which is jokingly known amongst expats as "the dark side" (no offence meant to any locals reading this - we ourselves have lived on Kowloon side for seven years, so the joke is at our expense as much as any Kowloon-side locals). We had Sunday brunch at Yamm at The Mira, which we had previously enjoyed five years prior. Back then, there was only our boy at preschool age, and we could enjoy the ease that Yamm provided for dining with children. With two more little ones to join our brood, the buffet brunch at the Yamm once again proved to be a good choice to dine with children. Service was attentive and excellent as before, and the food was delicious. There was a good variety of dishes from Japanese, Indian, Western and South-East Asian cuisines, and the price (HK$438 per adult) was reasonable for the offering.

Salads and cold dishes:

The carving station:



Homemade pandan waffle station! With a variety of ice cream flavours in addition to various cakes and sweets:

My first plate:

Hubby's choice of desserts:

[Prices quoted above do not include the 10% service charge.]

Ground Floor
The Mira Hong Kong
118 Nathan Road
Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Tel. +852 2368 1111

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