Red Hot World Buffet Tastemaker #redhottastemakersSeptember 6, 2013
Lots of it and from all around the world. This is why when Red Hot World Buffet opened in Manchester a few years ago I was there in the first week. It was perfect for someone like me who loves starters.
I literally eat two plates of starters, a small amount of curry and then move onto the puddings, perfect!
When I heard that Red Hot World Buffet were looking for bloggers to become Tastemakers I jumped at the chance. As a tastemaker we get behind the scenes access to new menu items, a meal out for two people every three months, a free cake at some point in the first year and lots of different events.
To celebrate being a tastemaker I took my niece and little brother out with the rest of the family for a nice meal. With them both being teenagers and staying at my house I was struggling to feed them food that they would both eat so it seemed like a perfect opportunity to put Red Hot World Buffet to the test. Could it really please the teenagers?
I then went on the search of something new. I was really excited when I found the Chaat bar, something I had not seen before but which i was intrigued to try. I do love indian food and found this really nice although I also added some onion bhaji and naan bread.
After my stop at the Chaat bar I proceeded to make my way through my starters enjoying every single mouthful. There isn’t much at Red hot that I don’t like but the great thing is you only choose what you do! I do try new things occasionally which sometimes are a revelation and sometimes are not. The great thing is that they are served in small tasting sized portions so you are not wasting much by giving it a try.
eventually we move onto the puddings section. Never something to tackle with a full stomach you will always find more that you need there and the recent addition of the chocolate fountain made it so much better. I was a bit indulgent when I placed the chocolate brownies on a skewer and then covered them in chocolate from the fountain. Indulgent but totally divine and something I will repeat. The girls enjoyed the jelly. ice cream and waffles and the teenagers, well they ate so much they both felt sick!
I can’t wait for the next few months to go by and November rolls round so we can go out again. Maybe this time we will get a babysitter and just go out by ourselves.