Tasty seafood and meat dishes await buffet diners

(Clockwise from lower left) Penang Assam Laksa is a must-try, as are the Oxtail Curry Assam Pedas, Double-Boiled Herbal Chicken Soup and Salmon Fish Head Curry.

JEN Penang Georgetown by Shangri-La’s scrumptious ‘Seafood and Meat’ Assisted Buffet Dinner is the perfect treat to cap off a hectic week.

Drop by the halal-certified Cafe Jen between 6pm and 9.30pm on Fridays or Saturdays to enjoy its smorgasbord of Malay, Chinese, Western, Japanese and Mongolian flavours.

Priced at RM88 for adults and RM44 for children, it offers great value for money. More importantly, the spread is laid out in accordance with current health and hygiene policies.

Appetisers like fresh greens, mesclun salad, smoked salmon, assorted maki rolls, poached tiger prawns and mussels are all individually plated and sealed, so feast with peace of mind.

And as the buffet’s name implies, there are chefs stationed at hot item counters to assist diners with the plating of food.

Transparent barriers add another layer of safety. So just point to what you wish to have.

The possible dishes include local favourites like Double-Boiled Herbal Chicken Soup,

Enjoy scrumptious treats, either ready plated or dished up by chefs, at Cafe Jen’s special ‘Seafood and Meat’ Assisted Buffet Dinner.Enjoy scrumptious treats, either ready plated or dished up by chefs, at Cafe Jen’s special ‘Seafood and Meat’ Assisted Buffet Dinner.

Stir-fried Chilli Crabs, Nestum Prawns, Loh Han Vegetables and Steamed Whole Seabass with Ginger and Oyster Sauce.

Adding variety are Baked Oysters with Spicy Tomato Salsa and Chicken Lasagna.

With the festive season around the corner, Malay specialties like Oxtail Curry Assam Pedas and Salmon Fish Head Curry are also featured.

Penang Assam Laksa, served hot off the stove, is an absolute must-try. As is the famous Shang Palace traditional Roasted Peking Duck with accompaniments. You are likely to return for seconds.

At the barbecue counter, have your choice of prawns, squid or chicken stir-fried Mongolian style.

The dinner includes free flow of a signature Jen’s mocktail, as well as coffee and tea.

Leave room for desserts, as the colourful display will prove irresistible.

Crepes Suzette, Layered Panna Cotta, Chocolate Brownies, Marble Cheesecake and assorted flavours of ice cream beckon to be devoured.

Located just off the hotel lobby, Cafe Jen has sweeping views of the busy Magazine Road.

So indulge at a leisurely pace, watch the world go by and welcome the weekend on a delicious note.

For inquiries or reservations, call 04-2622622, WhatsApp to 012-5022627 or email to fb.hjp@hoteljen.com.

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