The next day, we checked out of Mandarin Oriental
and headed to Mosaic
for our buffet lunch, on the house.
We had a window seat
with KLCC viewOverlooking KLCC Park, the restaurant’s elegant interior reflects the Peranakan culture with intricate hanging pewter lights and beautiful mosaic walls. In addition, Mosaic has two semi private dining rooms, seating up to 10 guests each.
Presented in cast iron pans, woks and copper pots or served in individual portions, dishes include Indian classics such as tandoori chicken, Japanese sushi and sashimi, and Chinese dim sum and stir-fries. To complete the experience an open kitchen offers authentic barbecued specialities.
raw and marinated meat for barbeque
chinese herbs...tong quai
Teo Chew fish soup!!! with lots of fish bladder the way kong kong will make!!
clams and prawns (big heads!!!)
cold cuts platter
what he took
what I took!!!! hehehe!!!
kiasu me must take my money's worth....nearly half a dozen of oysters for me to shoot down
These are the fantastic desserts
Then they refilled the sashimi platters that everyone was grabbing....
so this is my second plate...
my last plate
I ta pau-ed the nuts
And only had ONE piece of dessert: pistachio choc delight...