based on 23 reviews
Only customers who have dined at the restaurant after making a booking on TheFork can leave a review.
  1. Rob D.
    Rob D.
    • 19 reviews

    Classy atmosphere with appropriate service. Meals very well presented and flavours on the plate complimented each other. Am impressive dining venue.

  2. A A.
    A A.
    • 268 reviews

    Went for the seafood buffet they have once a month. It was a beautiful buffet. The seafood was outstanding especially the barramundi! It was absolute melt in the mouth tender. Definitely would go back and recommend to others!

  3. My Tien N.
    My Tien N.
    • 2 reviews

    We ordered the mix grill , it was a good combination of 5 different meat. The meat was marinated so perfectly. Food came very fresh. Service was outstanding. We really appreciated staff Kenneth who provided outstanding service the moment we stepped in and until we stepped out of the restaurant. Thanks for making us feel special. We will definitely love to come back :)

  4. A A.
    A A.
    • 285 reviews

    On the expensive side if not for the discount. Portion is also not big. Otherwise food is decent and it's nice, hassle free dinner around the area.

  5. A A.
    A A.
    • 259 reviews

    average customer service

  6. A A.
    A A.
    • 261 reviews

    Honestly, I would never recommend this restaurant to anyone. It’s not a proper buffet at all. And it’s very deceiving to name it as buffet. The variety of food is so limited that I would only call it “all you can eat”. The fruit salad was not fresh at all. The only main dish barramundi fillets that we can choose were sadly over cooked. Me, a bread hater, had to get two pieces of garlic bread simply for feeding up myself. The cupcakes could be described as the best compared with other dishes available in this buffet, but actually they are just average cakes in the market. Very disappointed. Luckily we used 50% off promotion thanks to the fork festival and the staff there were quite friendly. Sadly we regarded this as an unworthy experience although we have only paid $25pp. Please DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY HERE.

  7. A A.
    A A.
    • 267 reviews

    Limited variety of food

  8. A A.
    A A.
    • 264 reviews

    Good variety of food as it was seafood buffet

  9. A A.
    A A.
    • 278 reviews

    Excellent service, lovely ambience, good quality food though limited choices, dessert selection was adequate but needs icecream! Good value with TheFork 50% off.

  10. Thi C.
    Thi C.
    • 7 reviews

    Good food, nice ambience and friendly service ??

  11. A A.
    A A.
    • 263 reviews

    Smorgasbord only offered as kitchen being renovated. The smorgasbord at a normal price of $50($25 with fork discount) was very poor. At that price no hot entree, 1vegatable(pumpkin), no salad options etc . Main meal consisted of a roast,a fish and a curry. Staff were very friendly and apologetic. Won’t go or recommend.

  12. Michelle M.
    Michelle M.
    • 9 reviews

    The service is absolutely 10/10. The food was simple but delicious. Not worth $50 pp but with the 50% off discount, it was fantastic.

  13. A A.
    A A.
    • 258 reviews

    Great service and really nice food Nice to have a restaurant in the area

  14. Warren L.
    Warren L.
    • 15 reviews

    The Windows Restaurant at the Pullman, Albert Park, offer a seafood buffet once a month. The seafood included the standard items such as oyster, prawns, mussels and crab. All was nice and met our expectations. The soup option was a seafood bisque and was disappointing. The hot food consisted of rice, salmon, lamb tagine, roasted root vegetables, gnocchi, lamb souvlaki meat and salt and pepper calamari. There was no chicken, beef or pork available on the buffet so if you don’t like lamb (like one of the people I was dining with) your hot food options are limited. The gnocchi was mushy and there was no pita bread to wrap the souvlaki meat in. The salt and pepper calamari batter was not crispy although the second batch was better when it was refilled. There was a good range of desserts and were quite enjoyable except the churros were not crunchy. There was a good variety of ice cream flavours offered. I would suggest that the tubs of ice creams be labelled with the flavours. Tea and coffee is included in the cost of the buffet which is $89 per person. The staff were nice and the food on the buffet was constantly being refilled. Unfortunately, there may be some better options if you are considering a seafood buffet meal.

  15. Lindsay P.
    Lindsay P.
    • 95 reviews

    Very nice restaurant and staff

  16. LARRY B.
    LARRY B.
    • 4 reviews

    A great place for New Years Eve

  17. A A.
    A A.
    • 275 reviews

    Great food and service

  18. Lindsay P.
    Lindsay P.
    • 95 reviews

    Fantastic staff and service.

  19. A A.
    A A.
    • 266 reviews

    Expensive but good option for the area and if staying in the hotel which we were

  20. James H.
    James H.
    • one review

    Expensive Parking