Thursday, January 01, 2015

Salad Buffet and A Bit of Meat

It is inevitable that festive seasons almoost always result in joyous feasting. To assuage the holiday assault waves of turkeys, ham and log cakes, a salad buffet does wonders to the body and soul. 

So instead of being tempted by ramen, pizza and steak frites, I and the Hushie headed to Bistro 1855 for a Salad Buffet ($12.90). Available only during 11am to 3pm, it was a leisurely graze over lunch. After all, we were both on leave. Moohehe.

Enjoy an ample leafy selection of romaine lettuce, baby spinach, cherry tomatoes, broccoli, olives, meslcun leaves, hard-boiled eggs etc. A soup, which happened to be pumpkin before it was replenished with asparagus, and assorted breads were also part of the salad buffet spread.

Besides grass leaves, various chilled pasta, tuna and potato salads added to the variety. Guacamole and salsa with crisp corn chips also made for nice nibbling.

If only they had a selection of cheeses! But I think for the price, I might just be greedy lah. Moohaha.

Add $5 to the salad buffet price to get a main course. I opted for the Pork Piccata which turned out to be kinda like a pork omelette (wish I had this with rice!) served with spaghetti in a tomato sauce.

And then it was time to catch The Hobbit! Ah, the simple thrills on being on leave and doing things which would have otherwise been impossible to do. :)

Bistro 1855
Suntec City Mall Tower 3
Tel: 6836 5994

Chew On This: With prices of wines and beers by the glass at just $7 each, a drink here is pretty tempting too. After all, it complements the salad buffet and doesn't count as meat ya? MOOHAHA.

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