New Buffets To Feast On In Singapore
It’s no secret that Singapore’s favourite activity is eating. And there’s no better place to indulge in the world’s best pastime than at buffets, where we are spoilt for choices and no one will judge as we head for our sixth serving. Here’s a complication of new hotel buffets in Singapore, that should be on your bucket list.
Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel
Following a massive $17 million makeover, Grand Copthrone Waterfront Hotel is proud to present her new lobby and integrated dining destination. Food Capital, the all-day dining buffet restaurant, features theatrical show kitchens and a range of cuisines the West, Japan, China and India. Highlights include Australian Boneless Leg Lamb, mouth-watering Laksa and perfectly fried Cinnamon Churros served with mixed berries, vanilla and chocolate sauce.
Lunch Buffet: $52++ daily. Dinner Buffet: $70++ daily.
PARKROYAL On Beach Road
Crab Fanatics rejoice! The Ultimate Crab Feast returns to Plaza Brassiere at PARKROYAL on Beach Road for the 5th year. This year, Executive Chef Jackson Goh introduces 2 new signature varieties- Spanish Crabs and Mediterranean Crab, to the already scrumptious collection of evergreen flavours such as Singapore Chilli Crab, Cereal Crab, Salted Egg Yolk Crab, Black Pepper Crab, White Pepper Crab and Crab with Honey Rock Sugar. Apart from succulent crustaceans, diners are also treated to an exceptional Prawn Noodle Soup, Fresh Seasonal Oysters and a tantalising array of Western, as well as classic Asian desserts. The buffet is only available till 26 June 2016.
Lunch Buffet (Sundays only): $68++. Dinner Buffet: $75++ daily.
PARKROYAL On Pickering
Following its successful debut last year in celebration of Singapore’s Golden Jubilee, Lobsterfest returns to Lime daily from now till 19 June 2016, then on every Wednesdays and Thursdays evening until 1st December 2016. Seafood lovers can relish the royal crustaceans, prepared various flavours such as Maine Lobster Thermidor with Persillade Crust, Maine Lobster with Truffled Hollandaise & Espelette and Lobster Mac & Cheese with Truffle Salsa. For something unique, try the Poached Lobster with Marie Rose Sauce.
Dinner Buffet: $99++ with a complimentary glass of Limeade.
Ash and Elm introduces a new Sunday Brunch which showcases petite delights so that diners can help themselves to unlimited small plates while sipping on fines wines, bubbles and fresh juices. Head over the Seafood corner, where you’ll find freshly-shucked oysters, lobsters, Alaskan King Crabs and poached live prawns, before moving onto the Caviar Station for decadent scoops of luxury. Other highlights include egg staples, served a la minute at the Egg Station, and the restaurant’s signature Chargrilled Iberico Pork Loin from the Charcoal Grill.
Sunday Brunch: $98++ inclusive of free-flowing juices, soft drinks and DIY Bloody Mary cocktails. $138++ for unlimited Perrier Jouet Champagne, selected wines and beers, in addition to juices and DIY Bloody Mary cocktails.
Conrad Centennial Singapore
Pamper yourself with the new Oscar’s Sunday Brunch, where a myriad of splendid offerings captivate the senses. Must tries include roasted “London Duck” prepared using specially imported premium ducks from Ireland’s farms, Suckling Pig and Oven Roasted US Prime Rib. Take a stroll at the live stations to pick up a dose of Soft Poached Organic Eggs and Pan-seared Foie Gras, before exceeding your cholesterol limit (hey, YOLO!) with the chef’s personal interpretation of crabs. After you’re done with all the rich food, help yourself feel less guilty by making a trip to the 4 metre-long salad bar for some greens. Finally, round up the meal with Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream and Flambéed Crepes Suzette with Grand Marnier syrup and Oscar’s Waffles with Organic Maple Syrup.
Sunday Brunch Buffet: $98++. Top up $20++ for unlimited sparkling wine, house wines and selected cocktails or $60++ for bottomless rounds of Laurent-Perrier Brut, NV Champagne, house wines and selected cocktails.
Pan Pacific Singapore
Immerse yourself in a kaleidoscope of flavours and textures at Edge’s all-new theatrical Sunday Champagne Brunch, which boasts 7 interactive live food theatres, 16 stations and 3 cocktail bars, to be savoured over 4 lengthy hours. Mention-worthy items include the extravagant Caviar Bar, Alaskan King Crab, Live Peking Duck Station, Crayfish Satay and Matcha Waffle with Adzuki Beans.
Sunday Brunch Buffet: $188++ with unlimited fresh juices, soft drinks and tea. $178++ with free-flow Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label Champagne, selection of red and white wines, selection of international beers, Passion Fruit Mojito, Sugarcane with Rum, Champagne Cocktail, fresh juices and soft drinks. $198++ with bottomless Veuve Clicquot Rosé Champagne, selection of red and white wines, selection of international beers, Passion Fruit Mojito, Sugarcane with Rum, Champagne Cocktail, fresh juices and soft drinks.
Adele is a food, travel and beauty blogger who pens her experiences down at www.madamechewy.com. She can’t say no to seafood, anything with salted egg yolk and ice cream.