Revamped cafe makes a comeback with barbecue buffet dinners

The buffet dinner features an array of seafood that includes oysters.

THERE’S an unassuming cafe that was once the go-to place for high-tea gatherings and dinner dates in Jalan Kelang Lama, Kuala Lumpur.

Cafe 5 of Pearl International Hotel was also one of the preferred spots for civil servants to enjoy tea and cakes after a long day of meetings.

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