Walking into the restaurant, it gives a very cheery, vibrant vibe. This glass encased restaurant with its simple decoration gives the place a modern feel. Apart from the dining area, this restaurant features an open kitchen.
For lunch, they offer a semi-buffet, where you select from a list of main courses and if you choose, you can add on the salad buffet, dessert buffet, or both. It comes with a selection of various drinks, coffee, iced and hot teas.
The salad buffet consists of a variety of salads, a Rojak counter, a variety of breads and cheese. The salads that they serve is usually decent; however it is good to take a look at the buffet to see if it is of your liking before you opt for the salad buffet.
Every day, the main course changes and have a selection of 4 different types of main course. So far I have tried the Indian and the Western food. Their chicken biryani is really good. The chicken is full of flavour; the skin is very crispy whilst it remains moist inside. Their biryani rice is really flavourful. For the pasta it is really the sauce that makes the impact. Its creamy, buttery and rich but it is not too over the top. The bacon and the egg gives the pasta more texture.
On the dessert table, they serve a variety of cakes and ice creams. The cakes are aesthetically nice but they don’t taste that great. From the dessert table, the ice cream is the thing you’d want to go for as it is of pretty good quality.
Really awesome service. They have very friendly and cheery staff which is major plus. It just lightens up the atmosphere.
Weekday: Lunch Semi Buffet from 12pm to 2.30pm from SGD 11.90
Weekend: Singapore Brunch from 12.30pm to 3pm at SGD 38
Sunday to Thursday: International Buffet from 6.30pm to 10pm at SGD 42
Friday and Saturday: Seafood Buffet from 6.30pm to 10pm SGD 60
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