Ramadan 2012 is almost over and to be honest I havent really tried iftar buffets around town. Being a foodie I have a dark side 'I wana enjoy my food without having to grovel someone'. So iftar buffets are not my thing. But I would like to thank the Chez Nur Management for inviting me to have a shot at their King Iftar Buffet, very generous of them indeed.
Chez Nur is most famous for its ambiance that is grand and above all changes every 12 months. I was told that they are doing a revamp agains giving it a moroccon style because there hottest selling items on the menu are moroccon BBQ and they would like to go full on with that niche. We were seated in one of their lounges, nice seating far away enough from each other. While I was busy noticing all this there went the Azaan, and all our muslims were onto the food
The first course at the buffet was iftar, a proper iftar with sandwiches, fish and chips, chana chaat, salad, fried wings etc. Overall the iftar had variety and was good. I had previously heard good things about their iftar and it kept its image. We waited for a while for the main course to fill in and so it did. We had plain rice, lahori masala chicken (which was eyebrow raise moment for me but I was told to relax as it was their most loved item on the menu), shrimps, chicken (something in white sauce, which was nice) pasta and a couple of other dishes. I had 2 rounds of the main course and I would say it was good. See the case is I didnt have too high of expectations being served in an iftar buffet the quality if compromised but I couldnt point one thing on the menu that was way off. Overall it was decent meal and I could see a 100 satisfied customers enjoying their meal that was closed up the deserts. The desert which is my favorite bit was also good. It had bite sized pastries, souffle, trifle.
Overall it was a good experience for me, being full to the brim with every possible variety of food I could have that evening.