Sofitel advertised Bistro on 3 uses quality local produce and innovative menu. We got vennamei prawns, oysters which are hardly fresh (my husband nearly threw up when he put a vile oyster in his mouth), fried calamari, dried-out barra slices. They call mongolian beef, steamed vegies, cajun chicken pieces, roast lamb, miso soup innovative? The pasta on offer was just boiled penne with an unexciting blob of tomato sauce next to it which no one touched. The cheeses and fruit on offer were meagre. The only saving grace were the desserts. For the price they charge, which is the most expensive buffet in the gold coast, I had a right to expect more. Get your act together, Sofitel.
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