Articles tagged with: Buffet Review
If you have been saving up for a big buffet for the longest time, give Cafebiz at Traders Hotel a go and be impressed by the feasting opportunity. With no lack of scrumptious international foods …
At Window on the Park Restaurant offers a wide selection of both the tastiest Asian and international cuisines. At the recently renovated Holiday Inn Hotel restaurant on Cavenagh Road, you can expect to immerse in a classy ambiance that is bright yet soothing. Dining at a table by the window, allows you to enjoy the tranquility in the restaurant, as you enjoy the view of traffic below, and the Istana.
If you are looking for a convenient and gratifying buffet experience, head down to Café Swiss at Swissotel the Stamford. Located on level 2, you will enjoy a delectable European spread in a spacious and stylish environment.
Ellenborough Market Café, located at Swissotel Merchant Court, is the place to satisfy all your buffet needs. Although leaning towards the Asian fare, there is something for every palate.
With 4 separate counters laden with delicacies, be sure not to miss out any one.
Opened in 1987, Ristorante Bologna is sure to get you smacking your fingers to your lips and exclaiming, “Mama Mia!” with an Italian accent. Situated on level 4 of the luxurious Marina Mandarin Hotel Singapore, the elegance of this picturesque restaurant will not be lost on any diner. In the day, sunlight filters in from the windows, while the waterfall feature and soft lights on the alfresco terrace makes the perfect setting for a dinner date, luncheon with a client, or simply a special meal for any occasion.
Fairmont Singapore’s Plaza Market Café, however, has been one of the pioneers offering authentic Peranakan cuisine in its buffet spread, with offerings from other cuisines to spice up your dining experience. The ambience at Plaza Market Café is light-hearted and carefree, with rattan furniture and vintage paintings to give you a little of that rustic feel.
A coffee house styled in old school fashion with a twist of contemporary furnishing, the Melting Pot at Holiday Inn Atrium is modelled after the fuss free coffee shops of old Singapore, but with a sophisticated finish. The nostalgic setting is complete with a lunch buffet menu featuring local coffee shop fare such as Fried Hokkien Mee, Hainanese Chicken Rice and Laksa.
Located along the bustling Orchard road at the heart of the city, Marriott Café at Marriott Hotel is most noted for its all-day international buffets offering a spread of high quality cuisine from all around the world.
A hot favourite for authentic Japanese Buffet, Kuishin Bo does not disappoint with its mind boggling spread of Japanese fare at astounding quality. A pioneer in the Japanese buffet field, Kuishin Bo proves its superiority with its smorgasbord of food items including sashimi, seafood, sushi, tempura, teppanyaki, yakitori, mini paper steamboat and soba.
Though its name means fireworks in Japanese, expect no frills and fairytale romance at Hanabi Japanese Restaurant. The eatery offers fuss free all-you-can-eat Japanese A La Carte Buffet at $32 for dinner and $27 for lunch at its 3 branches in Singapore.