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FABULOUS VEGETARIAN FEAST@WINDSOR PLAZA HOTEL
To celebrate this year’s Yu Lan Festival, Windsor Plaza Hotel is presenting a sumptuous dinner buffet of vegetarian delights at its Club Ngan Dinh from 18th to 25th August. Priced at only 330,000net per person, the Yu Lan Festival Buffet offers a huge selection of appetizers, main courses, desserts and even a live cooking station awaits, which will surely satisfy any appetite.
Try wonderful delicacies such as spinach roll with seaweed and sesame dressing, or deep-fried bean curd salad for a starter, then move on to pan-fried vegetable dumplings, braised assorted mushrooms and bean curd, vegetable curry or vegetarian fried rice noodle for your main course.
The live cooking station will be serving up tofu noodles soup, Vietnamese udon soup, vegetarian pancake and Kim chi with tofu soup, amongst others. Of course don’t forget dessert, where you can try a selection of jack fruit with sticky rice, cassava cake, sago green bean cake or fresh fruit and much more.
Located on the 5th floor of the 5-star Windsor Plaza Hotel, Club Ngan Dinh feartures soaring 12-metre atrium, multi-level banquet hall, central stage dance floor, balcony seating and LED-lit bar, the venue is singularly impressive. It is ideal for an awe-inspiring celebration that will not soon be forgotten.
Windsor Plaza Hotel
18 An Duong Vuong St., Dist. 5, HCMC
T: (028) 3833 6688
(Applicable for WMC Prestige membership)
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