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Old 21-07-2017, 08:55 PM   #5326
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How is the spread like at Ginger @ Park royal?
Did not try it after they reopened, but from the reviews, the spread looks not bad.

Goodyfeed even has a promo for $42++, which looks like a good deal given the spread.

Ginger @ PARKROYAL on Beach Road Buffet With Fresh Lobsters, The Best of Singapore and The Straits

From today until 31 Aug 2017, you can enjoy a buffet lunch (Sat & Sun only) or buffet dinner (Mon-Sun) with lobsters, crabs and delicious local flavours for just $42++ instead of $58++.

Reservation is required.

Simply make your reservation with the restaurant at +65 6505 5710 or dining.prsin@parkroyalhotels.com and quote “Goody Feed x Ginger” to enjoy the deal.



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Old 21-07-2017, 08:57 PM   #5327
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MC doing is very very d tempting, juz no 1 for 1... may look into this as first in line toppled the WOP earlier
Frankly, i find the food at Ellenborough mediocre. Only certain items like durian paste not bad. Not worth it even with Amex 50% for 2 pax discount.

Y not try Ginger?
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Old 21-07-2017, 10:31 PM   #5328
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Tried the revamped Sunday brunch buffet at InterContinental Singapore. First time to try the buffet there. Great ambiance. High quality food including a caviar counter with many types of expensive fish eggs. Lobster, crab, prawns, oysters, clams, etc in the seafood counter, got a nice assortment of ala minute dishes that can be ordered also.

Wrote a review of it here: http://iwandered.net/2017/07/21/ash-...mpagne-brunch/
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Old 22-07-2017, 11:45 AM   #5329
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Did not try it after they reopened, but from the reviews, the spread looks not bad.

Goodyfeed even has a promo for $42++, which looks like a good deal given the spread.

Ginger @ PARKROYAL on Beach Road Buffet With Fresh Lobsters, The Best of Singapore and The Straits

From today until 31 Aug 2017, you can enjoy a buffet lunch (Sat & Sun only) or buffet dinner (Mon-Sun) with lobsters, crabs and delicious local flavours for just $42++ instead of $58++.

Reservation is required.

Simply make your reservation with the restaurant at +65 6505 5710 or dining.prsin@parkroyalhotels.com and quote “Goody Feed x Ginger” to enjoy the deal.



https://thehedgehogknows.blogspot.sg...parkroyal.html

yeah saw that, that's why was considering it

what about The Square at Furama?
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Old 23-07-2017, 02:42 PM   #5330
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Hi guys, any recommendation for a good buffet with sashimi and oysters for tonight (Sun night)? Budget is about 80 per person. Wife's birthday. Thank you!
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Old 23-07-2017, 10:07 PM   #5331
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Hihi, can check anyone tried straits cafe @ rendezvous vs Katong kitchen @ village hotel? Any review on either? Looking at lunch buffet.
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Old 24-07-2017, 08:25 AM   #5332
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yeah saw that, that's why was considering it

what about The Square at Furama?
I like meats n they tend to have a no. of meat dishes, so I find it okay even though taste wise avg.

They only have the basic seafood on ice though, eg no oysters, no crab legs (they might have it though its rare n not part of the menu).


Hihi, can check anyone tried straits cafe @ rendezvous vs Katong kitchen @ village hotel? Any review on either? Looking at lunch buffet.
For me, straits > katong kitchen.
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Old 24-07-2017, 12:54 PM   #5333
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Hihi, can check anyone tried straits cafe @ rendezvous vs Katong kitchen @ village hotel? Any review on either? Looking at lunch buffet.
2nd dat on Straits, KK @ village lesser selection and yeah... bit far considering from west here
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Old 24-07-2017, 01:00 PM   #5334
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Tried the revamped Sunday brunch buffet at InterContinental Singapore. First time to try the buffet there. Great ambiance. High quality food including a caviar counter with many types of expensive fish eggs. Lobster, crab, prawns, oysters, clams, etc in the seafood counter, got a nice assortment of ala minute dishes that can be ordered also.

Wrote a review of it here
whooaaa... tempting tempting. last weekend supposingly go and try Ellenborough at MC, but didn't happened, mom has muscle spasm can't walk. anyway, we ended up taking up Intercon dining membership after another review from theshutterwhale blog, bout their group dining membership

were you on it? benefits quite a bunch thou... I compare with CC promo that gives disc. not really that exciting, in comparison with this. anyhow, will give a try soon soon A&E, plus the others in their group... plus batam, hahaha
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Old 24-07-2017, 07:52 PM   #5335
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Hotel Intercontinental has quite a memorable breakfast buffet spread. International and local options (includes savoury Indian curries - yum). What I'm impressed with is actually their healthy options - fresh carrot juice in iced bottles, quinoa, home-made yoghurts, fruit salads.
Also a very wide spread. I'm quite surprised and impressed, actually
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Old 24-07-2017, 09:55 PM   #5336
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anyone knows where to have breakfast buffet?
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Old 25-07-2017, 06:12 PM   #5337
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The plate at Carlton city is not bad
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Old 25-07-2017, 07:13 PM   #5338
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Hotel Intercontinental has quite a memorable breakfast buffet spread. International and local options (includes savoury Indian curries - yum). What I'm impressed with is actually their healthy options - fresh carrot juice in iced bottles, quinoa, home-made yoghurts, fruit salads.
Also a very wide spread. I'm quite surprised and impressed, actually
How much for Sunday lunch? Any card promotion?
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Old 27-07-2017, 04:41 PM   #5339
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Went to Ginger on Sunday for lunch, spread wasn't that good not much to eat other than the lobster and crabs. The lobster meat was chewy and hard to get out of the shell, the crabs were decent. The roast meat section was slow as the chef serving it was running two stations alone, cooking the naan and cutting the roast meat. The amount was quite stingy and was disappointed at it. The naan and Murtabak were frozen and they just reheat it at the station(saw the frozen pack of naan on the side), loved the butter chicken though. The Ba ku teh was not bad, but the chef serving it was handling raw satay and using the same gloves to prepare the Ba ku teh. Pig trotters were too dry, sea cucumber chewy. Did not see any Sashimi there. The deserts are not bad. The service there was really good, they refill water and clean plates regularly.


Won't return there, rather go elsewhere

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Old 28-07-2017, 09:39 AM   #5340
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Any one had experience going to peranakan buffet? Any to recommend? Budget about $60/pax. Thanks... Looking for Buah kelak, durian pengat. Etc.. had Googled and seen quite a few like Mercure roxy. There was a newly opened featured on Sunday Times newspaper right..? Any one tried baba chew's at Katong?
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