By Wati Andi Samsiar
KOTA KINABALU: Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort (STAR) is creating waves with the opening of its new interactive dining outlet Café Tatu.
Refurbished at a cost of RM3.5 million, the restaurant which occupies its former coffee house, has been extended from its original size.
The new outlet can now accommodate up to 362 guests at any one time.
Located on the garden level of Tanjung Wing, Café Tatu offers the buzz and variety of live action stations cooking up sensational authentic global cuisines in a vibrant and colourful atmosphere.
The restaurant features luxurious buffet breakfast and dinner with live-cooking stations of Mongolian, Tandoori, Asian noodles, Dim Sum, pasta stations, salad and deserts.
Guests can watch as their dishes are prepared fresh, hot and steaming on the pot.
There is also an array of Asian and Western main courses.
An added dimension to Café Tatu is its very own authentic Mongolian oven where e grilled Mediterranean cuisine is prepared.
Café Tatu replaces the former Garden Terrace restaurant and opens seven days a week from 6.30am to 10.30pm for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
It offers buffet breakfast from 6.30am to 10.30am and buffet dinner from 6.30pm to 10.30pm.
Lunch is available a la carte and features Asian favourites as well as Western favourites.
And by the way, Tatu stands for “Tanjung Aru, Tantalising and Unique”.
The opening yesterday was unique as all the invited guests have a hand in the event with each being given a string to pull to unveil the interior of the outlet.
Present to lead the guests was the resort general manager Ulf Bremer, Sabah Tourism Board chairman Tengku Datuk Zainal Adlin and Tanjung Aru Hotel chairman Datuk Frankie Chong.
Courtesy of: New Sabah Times