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A World of Yum at the Treasury

  • Food & Booze
Just can’t find the time to get out of town and away on an exotic adventure this month? Escape to the Treasury instead, where A World of Yum will take you on a journey of taste (minus the jet lag and cankles), with global feasts on offer at all of the casino’s six restaurants and four bars. With the eyes of the world on our fair city throughout October and November, the fabulous Treasury restaurants are celebrating with a series of menu specials exploring 30 tantalising dishes from 13 countries. Exotic eats might not be entirely unusual around the casino, where the Fat Noodle and Marco Polo regularly serve up mouth-watering Asian feeds, but A World of Yum is taking things to a whole new level of deliciousness. At Kitchen, they’re going all out, starting with towering American-style burgers and nachos loaded with chilli and cheese before heading to the other side of the globe for tender butter chicken with naan bread. Fat Noodle’s jumping on the bandwagon (or should that be airplane?) with sweet and sour chicken, spicy Nasi Goreng and duck san choy bau served up in crisp lettuce cups, while the Market Buffet’s putting on Sunday night roasts, English-style, complete with Yorkshire pudding, roast veggies and rich gravy. If a bit of a tipple is more your thing, stop off at the Kitty Bar for a Mexican Margarita or Pimms or (if it’s been a really, really good night) head into the Lab Bar and Restaurant for a big breakfast of Canadian waffles. With bacon, of course. Each of the enticing menu specials will be on offer for two weeks before a whole new journey begins, with a few dishes (check out the full list with dates here) available for the entire six week celebration until November 16. And who says it has to stop when the party’s over? The Fat Pho Noodles, signature dish at the Fat Noodles, are always delicious, while all-you-can-eat at the Market Buffet is, well, do you need any more motivation than all-you-can-eat? We’ve already got our stretchy pants on. Words by Ranyhyn Akui