Buffet Review The Wembley Cafe Penang 1

Buffet Review The Wembley Cafe Penang

Buffet Review The Wembley Cafe Penang

When the Wembley Café opened in April 2015; their Buy 1 Free 1 buffet was the talk of George Town.

Penangites love a good bargain and this was a great one! To this day the buffets are packed and good in presentation and taste.

My favorite chefs are here. It’s wonderful to walk in and meet old friends and have a chat.

Executive chef Kam and chef Lim were there to ensure everything is in tip-top shape.

The photos serve to entice but the proof is in the taste and in the repeat customers. Do drop by for dinner.

For seafood lovers. There’s a lot of shellfish that is being replenished.

The Wembley Cafe Penang Menu

Buffet Review The Wembley Cafe Penang

Seafood on ice. Photo: Doris Lim

Buffet Review The Wembley Cafe Penang

Some of the hot dishes. Photo: Doris Lim

My absolute favorite is the braised duck garnished with garlic and the two dipping sauces.

Buffet Review The Wembley Cafe Penang

Braised Duck. Photo: Doris Lim

Buffet Review The Wembley Cafe Penang

Lots of cakes and desserts. Photo: Doris Lim

The best dinners are with friends. One of the fun ways to meet and make new friends. Finally a selfie with Executive Chef Kam.

Buffet Review The Wembley Cafe Penang

Tired of the same buffet meals? No worries, The Wembley Buffet has a rotating menu

“Wembley Buffet” – 4, 11, 18, & 25 November 2016, 7 pm – 10 pm at Wembley Café (Level 2)

  • Prawns with Oats, Chilli Padi, and Curry Leaves, Deep-Fried Fish with Mango Sauce, Scallop Vadouvan, Chicken Cordon Bleu, Teriyaki Salmon!

“Western Buffet” – 5, 12, 19, & 26 November 2016, 7 pm – 10 pm at Wembley Café (Level 2)

  • Baked River Prawns with Cheese Sauce; Baked Salmon with Mango Salsa, Chicken Peri Peri and Steamed Baby Octopus with Pickled Lettuce Dip.

Theme Buffet Dinner is from 7 pm – 10 pm. That’s three solid hours of packing in the goodies and enjoying the beautiful in a wonderfully nice environment.

Hint: Don’t miss out the porridge with its accompanying braised chicken, duck, tofu and hard-boiled eggs. Take that with a liberal garnish of garlic oil, and the two types of chili sauce. The only thing missing would be the koay as in Duck Koay Chiap Soup.

Review: The Wembley is a city hotel with great connectivity and within walking distance to great shopping, street food, murals, and arts.

The Wembley Cafe | 183, Jalan Magazine, George Town, Penang | Telephone:+604-259 8000

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