A team mate is going to leave next week, so we had a farewell lunch
for with her on Thursday. This is where we went:
Seoul Garden is a restaurant chain that promotes themselves as a Korean BBQ buffet chain. The reason we came here was not because they sell authentic Korean food though. The reason we came was because it is a buffet and it is nearby. In fact, if you ask me, the only thing Korean about Seoul Garden is the restaurant’s name and nothing else.
Each table has one of these electric stove top, the middle is a stainless steel bowl where we get to choose a soup base and become steamboat. The sides are where we
grill BBQ our meats.
Let’s show you what they have in the buffet line.
They also have a few deep fried dishes which I failed to take a photo of, basically meant for hungry people who cannot wait until their other food is cooked.
That’s about all. Nothing much and fanciful to shout about, basically people come here to stuff themselves, not enjoy super quality food.
Since I’m turning into a health conscious person lately,
I shall not share the meats that I took in my blog because my mom sometimes reads my blog and she absolutely cannot see those incriminating photos I actively avoid BBQ and only have steamboat food.
*Nobody will add sweet corn topping on their ice cream except you lah, bodoh! Stop lying through your teeth!*
They have this stupid rule where each customer is only given one glass to fill the drinks with. If you want to have coffee from their coffee machine, you will have to take your glass to the counter and exchange for a plastic mug. Why would they do that? The plates are free flow, but the glasses and mugs are not. They’re more expensive than the plates?
The meal costed RM32 per pax. Not exactly cheap if you ask me, the ingredients are all cheap and common stuff. The food is nice if you cook them nicely.
I’m not going to show you what we do to people who resigns and leaves the team. Those are Private and Confidential matters. It may or may not involve a pool or a packet of flour, depending on where we eat. Basically that’s about it. We appreciate everyone’s contribution while they are with us, so we buy them a nice lunch and then make them give a 2 minutes farewell speech. And then we take a group photo, and go back to work. That is what we do every time.