Foods that are freshly cooked and eat on the spot were normally taste better compare to those pre-cooked ones. But normally when we walk into a buffet feast, the foods were all pre-cooked. If you would like to have freshly cooked foods, you will have to order ala-carte instead. Diners have to weigh between getting freshly cooked foods with a varieties of food spread for the similar price at one place.

At Grand Millennium, the understand the needs to offer better quality foods in their buffet spread. Hence they have created the made to order buffet spread concept to its diners at its The Mill restaurant.

A sets of the foods offers in the buffet spread will be displayed on the buffet tables for its diners to choose. Diners could choose the foods that would like to eat and drop it’s chip into the selected bowl. The kitchen will then prepared the selected foods on the spot and delivered to the diners table.

At The Mill, you would be able to select a buffet spread from the category of; Chinese, Indian, Western and Japanese. They also offers a varieties of fruits and desserts (which is prepared upon ordering) to be enjoyed.

Western Cuisine

Japanese Cuisine

Indian Cuisine

Chinese Cuisine

Vanila Ice Cream Profiterole with Ward Chocolate Sauce

Creme Brulee

Chocolate Lava Cake

Price at RM 128 nett per person, The Mill’s Ultimate Buffet Brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-3pm.

For more information on The Mill’s brunch, contact The Mill at 03 2117 4888 or email enquiry@millenniumhotels.com

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