Javier's Rotisserie & Salad Bar is a Western restaurant located inside Cathay Cineleisure.
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It is near impossible to miss the store as it is strategically located at the side of the escalators leading to the basement and supposedly Javier's is linked to Aston. As such we can expected that the taste and service would not be too far behind although it is located in the foodcourt area.
Javier's has a wonderful salad bar and one possible eating method is just to eat from the salad bar and although it isn't exactly a buffet, you can pile as much as you can within a plate. There are many greens for you to choose from if you want to be health conscious, alternatively there are also much fried stuff like wedges and onion rings, and hash browns and garlic bread. Personally the other thing I believe in eating is moderations, so go for a mixture, you can get the best of everything.
You can also just order the main dish and order 2 side dishes, making it similar to Botak Jones. The side dishes are price accordingly when I ordered the other time. But you can also choose to upgrade and pile it up again. The chicken was average at most, but what's fun about this place is more of the piling as there are very little places that has this mode of operation anymore.
But nonetheless, just be considerate and take what you can eat, don't waste food.
Time to fill up the plate!
The exciting part of Javier’s would be Fill-e-plate. For just $11.90, you can fill up a plate full of side dishes, such as Potato Salad, Pasta Salad, Onion Rings, salad ingredients and other side dishes that you can also find at Aston’s. For health-conscious customers, they offer a wide range of salad ingredients and toppings. There are also fried potato wedges, onion rings, and hash brown that will appeal to the youngsters. This also comes with a bowl of soup. Personally, I felt that the soup, which was cream of chicken, was too sweet, and the taste of condensed milk was very strong, but it might just be that day’s soup.
They also offer pasta, baked rice and 4 types of main course, roasted chicken, ribs, beef and fish. You can top up $5.90 from a main course to get a Fill-e-Plate, instead of the two side dishes it originally comes with. The roasted chicken had just the right amount of marinate on the skin, but it is too salty to be eaten alone without eating the meat.
The service was just average, but their spoken English had an accent to it that makes it slightly hard to understand what they are trying to say.
All in all, delicious food, great variety of side dishes, worth the money!