OK. Another dinner. And this time, its at Yuens at Mentari Park. Its been quite some time since my last visit and I think, as far as buffets of this type goes, the less the better. Its not that I do not appreciate them but after tonight's dinner, it left a lot of things to be desired. or maybe, i am just tired:
1) I can't get over the feeling that it is 'dirty' they way people jostle for food, and then there is that mad rush to get the sticky fried chicken which comes every now and then. Imagine if you're the waitress carrying it only to see a bunch of greedy looking (almost mad) people waiting at the other end, with plates and tongs. You can't turn back because you know the crowd would go nuts and also come after you. You can only go forward, expecting to be mobbed, pushed and squeezed out of their way.
2) I know there is a lot of people but the way the chairs were arranged for maximum capacity, people bumping into you just as you're about to eat is a bit annoying. Or, when they 'trip' over your chair while walking across, and some even push it out of the way.
3) Again, there is the long queue for ice-cream. Its as of everyone is reading each other's mind. When you don't want it, the place is empty. The moment you 'think' you want one, suddenly, before you can finish you walk to the ice-cream area, lines popped out of nowhere.
4) Air-con and fans. Its not working effectively. 'nuf said
Kristine decided it was time to wear
masks. Kaelyn followed suit but took
it off when the place became too hot.
to calm my fear of crowds and people touching
me that suddenly cropped up.
Mamee which can be eaten raw. Or is it?
the soup mixed with eggs and a bit of seaweed. OK
this time, it was salty and because of the atmosphere,
I did not enjoy it. And also because I was too full.