Hi everyone! I am ecstatic to share with you guys and all-you-can-eat restaurant in a hotel where the food is absolutely delish. For the many all-you-can-eat places I’ve been to, the food gets worse and worse as I return to the restaurants every few months. Cafe Kool is one of, if not THE best all-you-can-eat restaurant I’ve ever been to.
Location: Tsim Sha Tsui, inside Shangri-La Hotel
First of all, there is a wide selection of food. Whether you feel like Japanese sushi, Indian curry, Chinese dim sum or Mexican quesadillas, there’s something for everyone.. Salad DIY bars are super fun and at Kool there’s a noodle bar, pasta bar and sushi bar.
The layout of the restaurant is wide and flat. All the main foods are located in the far inner areas while desserts are right at the front of the restaurant, easily visible when you walk in. The room is lit with mellow amber lights for golden ambiance but you might be too busy enjoying the food to notice LOL
The dessert bar is my favourite. Since dessert is the last part of the meal, its usually what people remember the most (well, aside from the lobster). A lot of all-you-can-eat restaurants stuff you full with the main dishes and expect you to skip dessert (which means they’re dessert probably sucks). What I love the most about his dessert bar is that its a fusion style of both western treats and Chinese sweet soups and cakes. We should scream because there’s also ice cream that follows a Tim Horton’s Coldstone style. You first select a number of flavours or toppings. Then the chef behind the counter will mix and mash everything together to create your own unique tailored sundae. Don’t forget to choose your favourite syrup!
The meal also comes with one free drink, ranging from HK styled lemon tea to English earl grey or coffee. There’s definitely something for everyone here, even the pickiest of eaters will be delighted at the different delicacies.
If you’re around Tsim Sha Tsui looking for a good meal or you need a place to plan a special dinner, go ahead and book a table at Cafe Kool. Word of warning if you’re thinking of making date night here, it gets pretty loud due to the flood of tourists staying at the hotel (and the number of screaming kids) especially in the summer months. It’s a great place for a big family dinner. Hope you guys enjoy the food here as much as I do! Cheers!
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