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Marina Mandarin – Aquamarine

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Marina Mandarin Hotel
Aquamarine Restaurant
6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square
(S) 039594
Tel: 6845 1111

Operating Hours
Buffet only on Weekends and Public Holidays, 12pm - 4pm

Buffet Breakfast
Buffet Brunch
Buffet Lunch
$50 - $59
Buffet High Tea
Buffet Dinner
Buffet Supper
Buffet Menu
  • International Buffet
  • Chinese Buffet
  • Asian Buffet
  • Japanese Buffet

Halal Certified


Buffet Review – AquaMarine

Last modified on 2009-03-09 10:29:43 GMT. 1 comment. Top.

Singapore is known as buffet paradise and if it’s at Marina Mandarin Hotel then it is unforgettable, you can say. The buffet restaurant is called AquaMarine, which is a beautiful restaurant with outstanding looks and modern touch. The décor setting at Aquamarine makes you feel blue, I mean, really blue.

But what about the buffet spread? There was a huge variety of cold seafood, however some of them may not be served in large quantity. The sashimi was very fresh and delicious and there were many traditional dishes like roast turkey. The turkey was very tender, and the roast lamb looked good too, but we didn’t try it. Instead, we went for the chinese bbq selections on char siew, roast pork & soy sauce chicken.

There were also local delights like fried rice, ham, prawns, duck and  steam fish. The presentation of the dishes certainly live up to the finesse of the cuisine, the taste was fabulous; as good as it looks.

The buffet also contains fresh and tasty asian spreads which were also dressed beautifully.

The salad corner of the restaurant remains colourful and full with variety of different types of desserts which were really the best anyone can ever taste. Again, it is just not possible to try all of them.

At Marina Mandarin Hotel – AquaMarine,  the staff’s service standard was superb. And you will be surely impressed by their service style. They are efficient, attentive and they have been on time to reply all queries, supply you with the menu in a meticulous manner, and could tell you the floor plan and price. They will also surprise you with little perks. They are really the ones who makes your visit even more beautiful.

More information about Marina Mandarin – AquaMarine Restaurant : Opening Hours and Prices.

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  • Barnie Leow says:

    I had a very unpleasant experience there 2+ weeks ago. My mum decided to buy me a birthday lunch there, and I’m a cardholder of the Eat@Mandarin card (not to be confused with the Eat@Meritus card which is of a different color).

    When it came to the bill, the restaurant insisted that I, as the cardholder, MUST PAY for the bill, and not my own mother. And they kept insisting that theirs equals the terms and conditions of the card.

    The T&C of the E@M card states that “cardholder must be present when dining to claim the privileges of the discount”. No where does it ever states that cardholder must be the one making payment.

    Even after I pointed out that mine isn’t the co-branded OCBC/Meritus card, their staff insisted that I pay. Which I had to in the end.
    Follow-up email exchange with Eat@Mandarin and Marina Mandarin led to a very curt reply from the restaurant, where Aquamarine’s manager, a certain Khoo Kim Hock, insisted that his staff offered to take my mother’s credit card for payment. That is never the point. The point is that Aquamarine simply creates an unreal and unfair trading term for diners at the restaurant, and it particularly targets dining cardholders.

    For the record, I never even received an apology call from this terrible restaurant. And I have been using Feed At Raffles, Ala Carte and Astor Card for the last 5 years. And never encountered such a ridiculous requirement imposed by a self-proclaimed 5-star restaurant.

    Not worth going, not for the embarrassment, and certainly not for the questionable dining T&Cs.

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