Apr 23 2014
If ever, you and your friends are having a hard time deciding where to eat in Busan, or everyone is craving for different things.. This place is a savior for your dilemmas.
Thank you Unni for recommending this place!
The luxurious interior and high-quality dishes make it popular among Busan residents. It frequently hosts first birthday parties and other events.
I went on a SUNDAY, and as expected, it was packed with people. My korean friend reserved a day before, so thank goodness I do not have to be in the lone line waiting to be serve. >.<
This restaurant is better than most hotel buffet restaurants even beat those in Seoul. The portions tend to be small, and sometimes you have to wait in line to get the popular ones. However, the food is much higher quality than most buffet restaurants. The concept is also not so much about all-you-can-eat, but more about providing you a wide selection of tasty and interesting food, but in relatively smaller portions.
Superb variety , fresh and tasty, mix of japanese, chinese, italian, korean food and more, with good variety of soup,starters,entrees,desserts, juices, fruits.
Deserts cut into small pieces so great if you only want a mouthful but can take more if wished.
I spent most time in the dessert and pastry section, lol! They also have coffee machine on the side. So, if you are looking for a place for high tea, the party can be the place too!
Fresh seafood makes up most of the menu, with sushi, raw fish and seafood rolls being very popular. If you have some extra money in your wallet, why not enjoy fresh seafood in luxury?
My korean friend told me, Centum City brunch provides one of the fresher and best cut of sashimis. For some reason, I do not fancy korean sashimis, but the japanese ones are fine for me. I can’t be too picky, but if one thing I’d complain about the sashimi in The Party is probably the cut of the fish. They are not proportionate, some are bigger than the other, and they don’t pay much attention to the different part. Instead of separating by part of the fish, they just put the whole thing on the tray, and customers have to dig on their own to find the perfect piece. >.<
Being away from Home, it makes me miss all these!
Like the old saying, there is always room for dessert! We were bloated, but a little sweet don’t kill, i suppose. Just a little exhausted after the sugar rush. lol
Lastly, a ootd picture for the day!
Weekday lunch costs 30,000 won, while dinner is 37,000 won. Weekend lunch costs 86,000 won and dinner is 41,000 won. It is located on the first basement of the Centum Science Park. (051-711-7770)