The food at cafe TOO dinner buffet was overall excellent - I enjoyed the variety of seafood - particularly the scallops, snow crab legs. The xiao long baos were also standouts, as well as the teppanyaki beef. The tempura was a bit disappointing as well as the Indian section. We enjoyed our meal here.
What I did not appreciate was the carving of the yellow-fin tuna. I generally avoid tuna given their near threatened status as well as the harmful fishing practices associated with it. It was doubly sad to see a particularly large yellow fin tuna being carved up and then consumed without much more thought. I know it’s a buffet, but the table beside me with their plate stacked with tuna just felt...wrong? Like with shark fins, I think we won’t look back on this positively. I do hope our attitudes towards sustainability can change for the better... But then again, why would anyone be interested any of this when it comes to a luxury buffet?
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