Friday, December 08, 2006

Royal Brunei Catering (RBC) Airport Restaurant's new look

Newly refurbished Coffee Shop
Sweet Glutinous Rice with Ice Cream
Thai Beef and Mango Salad
Lamb Shank Khouzi

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By Huraizah Ahmad

The Royal Brunei Catering (RBC) Airport Restaurant, which was established at the Brunei International Airport in Berakas over a decade ago, has recently embarked on a mission and unveiled a whole new image of the well-known food outlet.

The planning that contained a lot of serious strategies by the RBC Management team needed at least a year to accomplish before initial stages of the restaurant's interior refurbishment took place.

According to them, this renovation for RBC Restaurant since its last one in the 90's is expected to be fully completed by next month.

Other ideas that will be implemented include an unveiling of new uniforms for its waiters and waitresses alongside a variety of new items on the menu.

"We believe that it is time to create a whole new image for the restaurant, as it is very important for us to create a great ambience with the latest dcor features for our guests, including tourists that come into the country," said Danny Singh, the Food and Beverage Manager.

The new colour schemes use a mahogany finish for its wall features and lamented wooden flooring that provides an earthy yet modern feel to the restaurant. The restaurant's trademark "chef showcase" concept is still going to be maintained with several new added features such as a clear glass case that will minimise the noise and vapour while still allowing diners to view the chefs in action.

The RBC Restaurant's refurbishment covers two phases - its Coffee Shop and the Airport Restaurant.

A newly refurbished function room, which could fit approximately 60 people for table dining, are also available through bookings for private occasions.

The coffee shop meanwhile could fill up to 220 guests and features a whole new set of tables and comfortable cushioned teak chairs.

Among new items on the menu to be unveiled after the renovation's full completion, include the Lamb Shank Khouzi, Thai Beef and Mango Salad as well as Sweet Glutinous Rice Pudding with Ice cream for dessert.

"The restaurant, which is slowly but surely progressing, will hopefully provide more comfort and earn the trust of our faithful customers while impressing new ones," added Danny Singh.

Courtesy of: Borneo Bulletin

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