Cafe Brio is located at the lobby of the hotel and serves Super Laksa and Grand Copthorne Burger and caters to buffet lovers for lunch and dinner with East and West varieties.
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Buffet with great variety & local-oriented food
I got to try the dinner buffet at Café Brios thanks to an invitation to my friend’s 21st Birthday. I doubt I would actually try out Café Brios on my own; it’s so expensive. I can summarise the experience in 3 aspects – Variety, Quality and Local.
The best thing of the dinner buffet was its variety. There were so many different types of food on the table! From appetizers to desserts, there were just so many choices – Local, Japanese, Indian, Western and many more.
The quality of the food varied. The memorable ones would be the Laksa, Otah, Indian curry, the chicken chops and Cheesecake. The disappointing ones would include the Fried Carrot Cake and the Sashimi. The fried carrot cake tasted quite bland, while the Sashimi was not as fresh as what you can get from other less costly Japanese restaurants. Overall, the food quality met expectations of a high-end buffet.
One thing that stood out was that the buffet offered a lot of local delights, such as Laksa, Prawn Noodles, Satay and Roti-prata. Even the drinks offered were catered to the local taste buds – Bandung being one of them.
All in all, there was a big variety of food, which is of decent quality and local-oriented. However, I still think it is too expensive and there are more value-for-money options out there.