Don't assume that knuckles and sausages are crown jewels. On the day of my visit, the dessert and salad bar were doing the best.
Here is the crown jewel of the day - Serradura. I had never tasted such silky soft lovely serrudura even at Macau top notch Portuguese restaurants.
My top pick of the day - Serradura. I would really appreciate to have mini cups instead. But big bowl was ok. I ended up had several rounds of it.
Something new - German Luncheon Meat. It was hided inside a loaf of bread. The chef open it up for me to take a photo. Of course, I had a slice of it, very yummy, taste really like luncheon meat. But I thought it should be ham of some kind.
These mini lobsters were sitting on the salad bar along with some very lovely salads and vegetables. Healthy and nice.
We could also picked our own ingredients and had a dish of cook-to-order spaghetti. We could chose between spinach noodle and bow noodle; white sauce and tomato sauce. However the dish size was quite big, we had to share between the two of us.
Here are the knuckles, but not stars of the day. It was good but for some reason I thought it could be better. The sour cabbage was however very good.
The sausages really upset me. I really don't think a German buffet offers only two types of sausages and they were in no way pleasing. They didn't look good nor taste good - extremely salty. If you notice the assorted mushrooms and mini eggplants on the right hand side of my dish - those were the stars. I collected them from the salad bar for several rounds.
The various desserts, jelly candy, serradura, puddings...all are lovely, not to mention the ice creams.
To wrap up the buffet, a cup of coffee/tea was included. However if you want to have latte or Cappuccino, you would need to pay extra.
King Ludwig Beerhall
G/F, 183 Queen's Road East (tel: 2861-0737)
Weekend Buffet: HK$189 +10% per person
Buffet starts 12:00
Hong Kong Food Blog - German Buffet