Hartz Chicken Buffet is an eat all you can buffet for RM 13.90. It’s
main feature is chicken, but they have a wide range of other things on
offer like salads, cakes, soft serve ice cream with toppings and free
flow drinks. It is a firm favorite for stoners with the munchies and
people who eat more than 2 pieces of chicken (which works out to be
more expensive at traditional outlets like KFC, McDonald’s etc). Here’s
a couple of pictures from the outlet in Kuching at Sarawak Plaza.
This is the dining area. There are tables for two lining the main aisle with group tables at the back and to the side.
This is the food area. There are warmed plates which you pick up and choose whatever food you want.
There’s a salad bar with fresh vegetables. The areas all have sneeze
guards but there is a large clientele of children so I don’t think that
works all that well.
Here’s the hot food bar. There are mashed potatoes, baked potatoes (creamed, with skin intact), pasta and other salty hot foods.
This is my favorite dessert area – with apple crumble, pies and all sorts of other sweet warm food.
There’s also another area for sliced cakes (not warmed like above).
Of course, there’s also a free flow self serve drinks area with
sodas (usually drink 100 Plus, remnants from my tweaking days) and
coffee and tea.
This is the best feature of Hartz Chicken Buffet – a soft serve ice
cream machine! I love this, you can make your own sundaes with the
toppings provided on the side.
Finally, this is the main feature of Hartz – here’s where the
chicken bit comes in. This is the chicken bar, with fried chicken,
roasted chicken, fried chicken liver, fried chicken stomach (they call
it gizzards) and well…just all sorts of chicken. Mmm…tastes like
Here’s a close up of the chicken. This is the fried chicken and the
roasted chicken. The management staggers the food out ie it comes out
in intervals instead of all at once. Thus, there’s only two offerings
at the point this photo was taken. More comes out as one batch finishes
and there’s a mad rush to get the good bits – drumsticks and thighs.
This is how I make my sundaes – put some apple crumble and bread
pastry on the bottom, fill with soft serve ice cream and sprinkle (or
droop) with the topping of your choice.
Lest we forget, management reminds us not to vomit in the sink.