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    hello guys,

    this time round, need some buffet recommendations. preferably, international(with oysters type) or japanese. with sashimi and teppanyaki.



    too stressed recently, need to destress..


    thanks guys!

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    Oriental Hotel

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    Pariss International Seafood Buffet...taka gt 1
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    go the pariss intl at tampines mall during weekday afternoon. cheapest.

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    actually was thinking more of hotel ones. cause its a 21st bday, so no expenses spared.

    wanted to go 4 seasons, but then they have no buffet on sat

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    check out this link

    http://forums.vr-zone.com/archive/in...p/t-23263.html

    any other recommendations?

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    Triple three international buffet restaurant in Mandairn Hotel.It offers not only oyster, but also lobster.Most importantly, the food there tastes really good!

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    Suki sakura..
    Heard many good things abt them but only going ist time in a few hrs time..lol
    Tink they have 5 outlets, going to the one in Science Centre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henessy
    Triple three international buffet restaurant in Mandairn Hotel.It offers not only oyster, but also lobster.Most importantly, the food there tastes really good!
    Agree. go there if jap sash and oyster is your fare.

    Service is good too. And hopefully, the philippino guitar trio is still around to add to the ambience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tOGGY
    Agree. go there if jap sash and oyster is your fare.

    Service is good too. And hopefully, the philippino guitar trio is still around to add to the ambience.
    hey bro how much is the buffet at mandarin?

    Anyway i could recommend 'Quishin bo' at suntec just beside skygarden, lotsa sashimi occasionally have limited number of cheese-baked lobster but no oyster.

    4 Seasons i heard is really good! Yet to try, but will try one day

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    hi guys,

    just got back from the shang ri la buffet dinner.

    totally exploded. in my opinion, its better than 4 seasons brunch. both priced at abt $61+++.

    spread at shang ri la includes(IIRC)
    1. lobster
    2. oysters, real fresh. open on the spot
    3. crabs
    4. scallops
    5. sashimi and sushi
    6. italian fare(includes pasta)
    7. usual local food(include noodles, fishballs etc)
    8. chocolate fountain with ice cream, fruits
    9. quite a lot of cakes and desserts
    10. dim sum
    11. indian fare

    yeah just abt like that

    i feel that the spread, is much better than 4 seasons. but 4 seasons is better with its desserts table.

    hope it helps to the next CSer who wants to go buffet!

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    now you make me hungry =( .

    i next year 21 so i can consider =p
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    Quote Originally Posted by firestone
    Suki sakura..
    Heard many good things abt them but only going ist time in a few hrs time..lol
    Tink they have 5 outlets, going to the one in Science Centre.
    i went to the 1 in tpy once, ban ban ban. nothing to eat, the raw stuffs not fresh

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    among a few hotel resturants i went to, the few i like and will go back again are:

    Ellenborough Market Cafe - Swissotel Merchant Court: nice food, around 40 choice, cheap price. in fact i went there a lot of times

    Oriental Hotel: very good food, more than 100 choice, think it's $50+++, got chocate fountain, lots of desserts

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    Quote Originally Posted by quekky
    i went to the 1 in tpy once, ban ban ban. nothing to eat, the raw stuffs not fresh
    agree. the oyster & pawns were not fresh when i went there the last time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wainism
    hi guys,

    just got back from the shang ri la buffet dinner.

    totally exploded. in my opinion, its better than 4 seasons brunch. both priced at abt $61+++.

    spread at shang ri la includes(IIRC)
    1. lobster
    2. oysters, real fresh. open on the spot
    3. crabs
    4. scallops
    5. sashimi and sushi
    6. italian fare(includes pasta)
    7. usual local food(include noodles, fishballs etc)
    8. chocolate fountain with ice cream, fruits
    9. quite a lot of cakes and desserts
    10. dim sum
    11. indian fare

    yeah just abt like that

    i feel that the spread, is much better than 4 seasons. but 4 seasons is better with its desserts table.

    hope it helps to the next CSer who wants to go buffet!
    See, my recommendation good right.

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    When Shangri-La when the buffet was still old name. Now that it changed to The Line... I wonder if it is better then the previous one.
    From wats described, its about the same. Can't remember if the old one got lobster or not.

    There is a good Jap buffet... at M hotel, J-Toshi
    http://www.jtoshi.com/
    Went for dinner , not sure about the lunch
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    Oscars at Conrad! Desserts are killer..... under reno last i check... check to see if they're open! nice selection of international food, local also got... i think thursdays is death by choc day! personally i find the desserts worth the while... not the usuall stomach filling sponges...oh and there's creme burle... mooses and wad not la


    i like dessert at goodwood too! but thats an event not sure abt the buffet.. sry~!

    Jap only got one place i know... Hong Jin if i'm not wrong, 60ish, but with UOB card is one for one lunches.. Quality man! it's in raffles place

    Personally i'll pass on Pariss, maybe wanna try Vienna at United SQ..
    Last edited by moos blues; 23rd April 2006 at 06:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n0d3
    See, my recommendation good right.

    CONFIRM! thanks man!!!

    now i m thinking of how to get rid of the calories!

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