Sunday, January 24, 2010

A Dirty Word.

I didn't think I would ever say this dirty word, but to keep an air of transparency I will say it - buffet. Yes today, I went to a buffet. Stop heckling me, and just listen/read.

I think the name "China Bar" is something we are all very familiar with. Well, I went to "China Bar Signature" which is basically what they call their buffet. For around $50, don't expect wagyu, don't expect crayfish, but do expect some decent quality food, and a lot of it (to the point where I think I was about to munt in the car)

Sushi/Sashimi, Cook-to-Order noodles, Peking duck etc, and all your suspect Chinese dishes featured. If you really wanted to eat it, you could even eat Haianese Chicken Rice. There were lots lots more, but it is nothing to write home about, but if you feel like a massive feed, try it out.

Surprisingly, the floor staff were super efficient, and it was very very clean. Some of you may know my paranoia on this front, but it was far more civilised than I expected.

China Bar Signature won't break the bank, but also won't deliver gastronomy. For those days that gastronomy is not required, and you want food and lots of it, this place will feed you, and it will feed you well.


China Bar Signature, 380 Burwood Hwy, Burwood East

P.S I'm so over food right now. I've eaten far too much over the last two weeks, I might just blog about water and vitamins tomorrow.

China Bar Signature (Asian Buffet) on Urbanspoon


ebr999 said...

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!! You used the word munt in your blog about gourmet food. I count this as a personal victory. YYYYEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSS!!!!

Joanne said...

hey dave - are you on twitter?


Dave said...

sorry joanne, not on twitter.