3 minute egg with Essence of Chicken.

Miso Soup with Maca Root, Oyster and Lobster.

Uncle Ray's Black Pepper Kway Teow.

Nutmeg (buah pala) Slush!

Cheery Blossom on Mount Fuji (Super Luxe Ice Kacang).

The last two visits I took before the big transformation to make way for The Resort Café were weddings held at the (then) Chinese and Italian restaurants respectively for my sister's and BIL's wedding dinners. I let out a minor sad sigh for them as they will not get to show their kids where their wedding dinners were held but i'm sure with the spread here at The Resort Café, they wouldn't mind the demolition. Hahaha^^

While I was back home, I received an invitation to their media food review night and boy was it hard snapping with all the food distracting my focus whilst being really hangry.

My childhood growing up days were about family weekend hi-tea/buffet dinners- we usually take the drive out to PJ or KL for the offerings in Subang were not as exciting... but not anymore! 

There are 8 main themes offered here:
  • Monumental Towers (Appetising Salad & Seasonal Fruits- like starfruits to NANGKA!! and whole mangoes in which you can request their help to slice it for you)
  • Malay Archipelago (dishes from Malaysia, Singapore & Indonesia)
  • Indo-Chiné (dishes from Thailand & Vietnam)
  • Oriental Far East (dishes from Japan, Korea & China) 
  • Spices of India (dishes from Northern & Southern India) 
  • Mirage of the Gulf (dishes from the Middle East)
  • Best from the West (Western comfort food, grills, carvings, rotisserie and churassco) 
  • Desserts (old-school kuih muihs, pastries and cakes)

Right before I left back to Korea, I took my cousin here for their lunch session and I was glad that the offerings were consistent although 3hours isn't quite enough for my stomach to take in the entire empire of lekor, kuihs, som tam and dimsums in which i'll never be able to find in Korea.

It's a homely kind of buffet spread, a welcome back or come back soon kind of feast- all in one place for you to indulge. 

The Resort Café’s abundant spread of flavours is available daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast is served at RM82nett per adult from 6.00am to 10.30am daily.
Lunch on Monday to Friday is served from 12.00noon to 2.30pm with diners given a choice of the full buffet spread at RM118nett per adult, or to opt for the Salad and Fruit Tower at RM58nett per adult or the daily express lunch set at RM38nett per set. On Sunday, the buffet lunch is priced at RM128nett per adult with an extended lunch hour till 3.00pm. The buffet spread for dinner on Sunday to Thursday is priced at RM128nett per adult.

Diners also have the option of the Tiffin Set at RM58 per set or the Hot Pot set at RM98nett per basic set or RM118nett per seafood set for a minimum of two (2) persons on these days.
The Hot Pot section also comes with a Sukiyaki set at RM56nett per serving.

The dinner buffet on Friday and Saturday nights are enhanced with an unlimited serving of Churrasco. For a go at the full buffet with the Churrasco option, dinner is priced at RM168nett per adult and RM138nett without the Churrasco.
Dinner is served from 6.30pm to 10.30pm. The a la carte menu is available daily from 11.00am to 11.00pm.

All prices are quoted nett in Ringgit Malaysia (RM) inclusive of prevailing Goods and Services Tax (GST).

For enquiries or dining reservations, please call The Resort Café directly at +60 3 7495 2009 or

The Resort Café is open daily from 6.30am to 11.00pm.

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