My first time ever going for a vegetarian steamboat buffet. I wrote to them in advance on Facebook to ask if their food contains egg or dairy and their reply was "20%of foods contain egg n dairy. We will mentioned it" so I thought hey, we can eat 80% of the food there, so that's excellent.
Also, since we had the Kindmeal Coupon, we got a 20% off the normal price.
What we ate:
1. Nasi Lemak (just don't take the eggs which is in a separate tray, need to clarify if curry has milk... )
2. Dim Sum - the items are labelled clearly if there are eggs. We tried almost all the buns including red bean, coconut, chocolate and bbq. I also had the glutinous rice which I loved.
3. Yong Tau Foo - really good when it comes out freshly made
4. Sushi - just avoid the ones with cheese if vegan. I did ask about the cheese and they said they used special cheese for vegetarians but we were worried there would still be milk in it
5. Rice Rolls
6. Satay - the peanut sauce was GOOD. I normally avoid peanuts but ate just a teeny bit this time
7. Gyoza - loved these too
8. Steamboat - so much to choose from: leafy greens, pumpkin, yam, all sorts of mushrooms, seaweed, noodles, corn, carrots, broccoli, green peppers - the list just goes on and on and on. We couldn't eat them all. I really liked the dumplings as well.
9. Soup base - I went for the herbal soup and he had the Tom Yum.
There's also dessert but we were too full to even try it. The ice cream contains milk though so we avoided that.
The lady was really helpful and pointed out all the items which contained eggs and milk. She also explained that the soup base is MSG-free so I drank loads of it. It's nice that you get your own personal soup pot, so you can choose your own base, and decide how hot you want it to be. I only put in my veggies for 10-30 seconds as I didn't want them to be killed by the heat.
It's a really impressive selection and I think we overate. I'm generally not a fan of buffets as the quality of food is usually low but this one was pretty good. We went early at 5pm so we avoided the crowd. By 7pm it got really full.