Oriental Buffet - Folkestone - Review

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This review was originally posted by myself on my ciao account :


We wend to the oriental buffet in Folkestone because we were sick of the food in the hotel we were staying in. 
There was a lot of choice and the food was split up into starters, mains and deserts so it was easy to find your way around. 
All the dishes were labelled so you know what you are getting which is very handy and all the mains and most of the starters were covered with metal lids so no bugs could get to the food which is normally my main concern with buffet style restaurants.
The starter were varied and included prawn toast, chicken balls, crispy chicken, seaweed, chips, onion rings, spring rolls, pancakes samosas etc.
The mains included an array of different rices and noodle dishes as well as sweet and sour chicken , chicken in black bean sauce, stir fired mushrooms, korma, tikka and madras and a great array of veg based dishes if you wanted something a little bit healthier. 
All the food was cooked beautifully and nothing was to greasy, all the meet was nice and moist. 
We were to full after the starters and mains so we did not have desert so I can not add anything about that. 
The staff were all very friendly and we were seated quickly and served our drinks quickly. 
When we paid the gentleman who took our payment was very friendly and chatty which was nice. 
Our bill come to less that £25 for food and a drink each so I was very happy with that and I would visit again.


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