Clip & Eat ala-carte buffet dinner at The Mill Cafe, Grand Millennium Hotel KL – a new buffet concept aims to reduce food wastage while allowing diners to enjoy their favourites as much as they want to .
Expansive buffet spread that features a wide varieties of local and international cuisines is appealing, but at the same time, the food wastage created by the end of the day could be a nightmare if it is not controlled carefully.
In order to downsize the amount excess food while allowing diners to enjoy their favourite as much as they want, The Mill Cafe at Grand Millennium Hotel Kuala Lumpur has recently launched a brand new Clip & Eat concept – an ala-carte buffet dinner that highlights on cook-upon-order delicacies instead of everything-ready-buffet-line.
There are various cuisines to choose from – French, Indian, Sichuan Chinese, Japanese; accompanied by a salad bar, and not to forget, the dessert station. All these total up to a rather impressive selections that are just nice for you to have a bit of everything, then re-order food that you love.
A very thoughtful ala-carte buffet with sample display for each dish, so that you know what you will be served.
1. Take the clips on your table
2. Browse through the buffet line with food display
3. Decide what you want to eat
4. Drop the clips in the respective basket
5. Chef will fire up the wok and prepare your food
6. Dishes will be served to your table once ready
7. Take a picture and dig in!
Started with the French corner with wonderful delights crafted by Executive Chef, Laurent Lherisson who hails from a small town of Nice in France. From Potato Sarladaise with Mushroom to Poulet Chasseur, French Onion Soup, Slipper Lobster, Sauteed Garlic Prawn, Beef Brisket, Cauliflower Cheese Gratin, Mussels…
…Puy Lentil Stew with Spicy Chicken Sausage, Seabass with Pesto, Roasted Beef Rib Eye, and Duck Confit on Braised Red Cabbage & Apple, there’s surely something that fit your palate.
Fresh Oyster, poached prawns and mussels on ice!
Continue with Indian counter, our favourite section The Mill Cafe ala-carte buffet. Grand Millennium Hotel KL is always prides at their Indian cuisines, churning out the best of Indian cooking with a focus on core of Indian spices.
Chef Makhan from New Delhi, ensures that all diners would get to enjoy his freshly made Chicken Tandoori, Tandoori Fish with Lemon, Naan & Poppadum with Mint Chutney, Biryani Rice, Butter Chicken Masala, Palak Paneer, Lamb Kebab, Lamb Roganjosh, Aloo Ghobi.
This is an all-things-delicious station so do not hesitate to drop your clips. We recommend Butter Chicken Masala and Chicken Tandoori.
For Chinese station, apart from the classic Braised Eggplant with Mushroom, Kung Pao Chicken, Wok Tossed Vegetables, it is made more noteworthy with fiery hot Szechuan style food including Mapo Tofu with Ground Chicken, Boiled Fish Shui Zhu Style, Hot and Sour Szechuan Soup, Spicy Szechuan Prawn Noodle Bowl, Szechuan Fried Rice, Szechuan Beef Stir Fry with Sesame, Fried Egg with Crabmeat and Szechuan Oil and Whole Fried Szechuan Fish.
Personally, we like the Spicy Szechuan Prawn Noodle Bowl. It is extra spicy and pack a punch – the reason that made us get hook with it. Not for the faint-hearted though.
Japanese counter choices are limited but we happily filled our plate with sushi with various topping. Soba noodles is available too.
End the meal sweet with dessert such as Chocolate Lava Cake, Apple Cinnamon Strudel, Red Velvet Cake, Creme Brulee, fruits and Nyonya Kueh.
Clip & Eat is available every Sunday to Thursday between 7:00 pm and 10:00 pm at The Mill Café, Level 1 of Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur. Priced at RM 128.00 nett per person, reservations or enquiries can be made at +60 3 2117 4163 or email@example.com.