Coca Steamboat Buffet Contest – Submit Comment And Win
Contest has ended! The winners are JM Chow, Saifik and Fiona Chin. Congratulations and enjoy your buffet
Thanks to those who have submitted their entries via commenting. It was really amazing to see some very lengthy and touching comments. Thanks again!
Coca has decided to throw a contest for 3 lucky readers of vkeong.com who will win a dinner [tag]buffet[/tag] worth RM78++ per pax at [tag]Coca[/tag] [tag]Restaurant[/tag]. Each winner will be allowed to bring a guest of his/her choice to attend the dinner buffet.
The rules are simple:
1. Submit a comment for this post, explaining why you should win the [tag]contest[/tag]. No restrictions on the comment length.
2. Read the review I posted about Coca’s dinner buffet. In your comment, include the dish you want to try the most among all.
3. Winners will be picked by Coca’s Marketing Manager, Andrea.
4. Contest will run for 2 weeks, ending 1st of July 2008.
5. Contest is open for everyone!
6. Good luck and have fun!
What are you waiting for?
p/s: Please make sure you enter your name and email address correctly. Else, I wouldn’t be able to contact you.
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about 1 year ago - 8 comments
I have this sudden interest in roe crab for steamboat after my last visit to Ho Ho. After researching for a bit I found that there is another good steamboat restaurant in Kepong called Hao Jie that features roe crabs prominently on their menu. The restaurant was full house during the weekend and we were
about 2 years ago - 23 comments
**Nov 2001 update: Life Centre is undergoing major renovations but Munakata is still open for business as usual. About a year ago I went to Munakata‘s Japanese Buffet and I was happy with their authentic Japanese dishes served in the ala-carte buffet. Since then I have been to a couple of Japanese buffets with some
about 2 years ago - 30 comments
about 3 years ago - 7 comments
Kuishin-Bo was the last Japanese restaurant in Singapore I went before coming back to Malaysia. The restaurant is popular for its Japanese buffet. Unless you want to risk not having any seats, reservation is a must especially during weekends. Sushi and sashimi, very good quality and fresh for a buffet. Tempura prepared with really huge
about 3 years ago - 107 comments
about 3 years ago - 8 comments
Vienna International Seafood & Teppanyaki Buffet @ United Square was the first buffet I had in Singapore. It was recommended by a colleague of mine, who mentioned their spread of seafood was worthy of the $38.80/adult. Among some notable seafoods available were the rare Spanner crab, slipper lobster, fresh oyster, crayfish, sashimi and abalone. The
about 3 years ago - 66 comments
**Nov 2001 update: Life Centre is undergoing major renovations but Munakata is still open for business as usual. ***Munakata has updated their menu, click here for the latest update*** A few weeks ago a friend, Exkay (who happens to be a reader of my blog, as well as a junior in my high school) sent
about 3 years ago - 39 comments
Much has been said about Tasty Pot, a BBQ and steamboat buffet restaurant at Sunway Mentari. Thanks to the publicity generated by HoChak and a group of bloggers who have recently done a food review session there, the place was doing brisk business – definitely one of the busiest steamboat restaurants at Sunway Mentari. This
about 3 years ago - 21 comments
I know many people are looking for a cheaper Ramadan Buffet. So I searched high and low for a prestigious hotel that offers Ramadhan Buffet at an affordable price, somewhere around RM50. That’s not an easy task especially if you are looking around Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle. Most hotels’ Ramadan Buffets are either too expensive
about 3 years ago - 36 comments
**NOTE: MANY complaints received about Sango’s bad customer service. Please note this review might not be accurate anymore. If you are looking for a Japanese restaurant that specializes in Yakitori, look no further than Sango @ Crystal Crown Hotel, PJ. The restaurant recently changed owner (previous owner was Japanese himself too) but the talented staff