Sushi placed on wooden boats, with the chef preparing them at the background. Our table was right in front of the sushi section.
I really liked the idea of placing sushi on the boats, quite unique.
Unagi sushi, generous thick slices are used.
The ever popular coconut section, where it is alright to be ‘kia su’ here, lol. Take as many as you want before everyone does!
One of the most deserted section ever, because the fruit juices (apple, pink guava and pineapple) were just not up to par.
Chocolate fountain, where you can choose to dip skewered fruits (strawberry and honeydew) or biscuits.
The Asian food section.
The not-so-nice lobster salad.
The Western food section, where you can order spaghetti and salmon. Pizza and some other cooked food are available here as well but they all sucked in my opinion (burnt and rubbery squids, ewww), which is why you don’t see them being shown at all.
A chef preparing to roast a whole lamb, he was rubbing spices and oil on the lamb. It was quite a sight.
Another drink section where popcorn, coffee, soft drink and tea are available.
The different pots of flower and fruit infused tea. You can actually pour the tea into a smaller, glass tea pot and bring it to your table to enjoy.
The ever busy Haagen-Dazs ice cream counter. There were only two scoops and the ice cream was rock hard, so it would take some time to reach your turn.
Some random decoration which I thought looked nice.
The dining area is generally dark but luckily there’s a light bright enough above each table. So, taking photos wouldn’t be a problem.