Last time I checked, buffets are designed to have the capacity to feed tons of people. Too bad Crustasia missed this memo.
I had the misfortune of eating at Crustasia where one has to wait a considerable amount of time before food at the buffet table is refilled.
The only section where supply looks bountiful.
Sad looking and uninteresting
Warms the stomach.
Not so bad. As the night went on, 4 pieces became 3 pieces per serving though.
I requested this to be cooked with a lot of spice but I didn't feel any heat.
|Kindao Spareribs and Pad See You|
To this day, I am still confused what these dishes were all about.
|Chicken and Crabs|
I wasn't able to try Crustasia's specialty as there are no good parts to be had. Shells, shells, and just more shells for the crabs.
|Tilapia and Pad Thai|
Pad Thai tasted nothing like pad thai. Fish was good but the real challenge was to catch it at the buffet table first.
Tough and cold.
|Cream with Mango|
|Banana with Langka|
My favorite of the three desserts.
Comes with the buffet which costs 395++.
While the cost of the buffet is dirt cheap, it's no excuse for the very limited supply of food that we had.
P.S. I learned that Crustasia had its final run of the Asian buffet at Trinoma this weekend. I'm not surprised as the buffet only gives the restaurant a bad name.