Happy New Year everyone! Came back from a great holiday break with the family and decided not to cook on Boxing Day. Wanted to catch the Christmas Wonderland in Gardens by the Bay, so Princess and I decided to go for buffet at MBS. Advertisements
Goodbye Greenhouse, hello The Colony. The Greenhouse closed for a ‘concept makeover’ – the synonym of dwindling clientele prompting the hotel to rethink the high end buffet concept given the health conscious wave that’s sweeping the market. But what’s a hotel without a good buffet.
It was my birthday at we decided to go for some light lunch at Ling Zhi | 灵芝, the vegetarian restaurant. We were craving for their vegetarian rojak, and I was trying to cut down the calories as well as sugar, salt and fat intakes.
Situated on Level 1 of Westin KL was the Living Room. And in the morning, it served a buffet breakfast that would spoil you for choices. Did I say choices?
24 May 2014 Lunch at LaBrezza LaBrezza
26 April 2014 Lunch at Ku Dé Ta Restaurant Ku Dé Ta Restaurant Semi-buffet – you order a main, and you have dessert buffet.
Forlino offered an ala carte buffet that featured some of their best creations every weekend during the brunch slot. For a fixed price, you got a choice of different appetisers, mains, pasta and desserts. So you can have as many rounds as you liked or planned your set lunch depending on your appetite. After this…
Olive Tree in InterContinental Hotel at Bugis Junction used to boast of a good Mediterranean buffet. Perhaps it’s the festive season, the selection for this buffet was disappointing. But at $60 per person, this would be one of the most economical around this season. Still, not recommended until they changed their selection.
One of the better buffet in town that featured all you can eat Boston Lobster (my record was six, but that was a long time ago, this time I only managed one). But could be pricey – nevertheless a worthwhile indulgence once in a blue moon (or after that calories burning workout).
Buffet at the Oscar’s cafe in Conrad International hotel at Millenia Walk. Very wide selection of local and western cuisine. What I really liked was the main course cooked a la minute. And the selection of truffles and chocolates was outstanding. Besides a very quirky waffle maker who insisted on doing it his way –…
Marriott Cafe on the lobby floor of Marriott hotel in Tangs building. Reopened after massive renovation of Tangs and ground floor to cover more shopping space instead of food stalls in B1. Buffet ($68++, children under 12 half price) is laid out in a circular format with love cooking stations for noodles and pasta, and…
edge (yes, all in small letters) positioned itself as a Food Theatre. And they pride themselves for preparing all the food on the spot, unlike the usual buffet that prepared everything in bulk and left it to dry out.