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    Hi,
    I'm looking for a good seafood buffet restaurant for dinner over the weekend.
    Preferably one that has a a good selection of raw oysters, lobsters, crabs and large prawns.
    No budget restriction.
    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redsun View Post
    Does not look good.
    I'm looking for quality fresh seafood buffet...
    Those they have a top hotels but most of them serve brunch for seafood buffet and my friend can only make it for dinner.
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    hmm ritz carlton has seafood buffet too

    http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/Proper...se/Default.htm

    but i've never tried it before
    oh they have it for dinner as well

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    For seafood, can try Fullerton, i'm not sure if they still do it but last time i went it was excellent. Also, iirc i think Pan Pac also have pretty good seafood buffet.

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    Since budget is no problem, i would definitely recommend hotel restaurants. Vienna in my opinion is over rated...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nemesis32 View Post
    For seafood, can try Fullerton, i'm not sure if they still do it but last time i went it was excellent. Also, iirc i think Pan Pac also have pretty good seafood buffet.
    Thanks for your recommendation. I checked out Fullerton... it seems good value for money. At $48++, there's lobster, oyster, crab, tiger prawns, and sashimi... and I get to eat for 4 hours. Hmmm... I think I will settle for this one.
    Pan Pac's seafood is BBQ and they only have the small seafood items.

    Quote Originally Posted by weevil84 View Post
    Since budget is no problem, i would definitely recommend hotel restaurants. Vienna in my opinion is over rated...
    Yup... was looking for hotel restaurants... wanted to hear some views on which hotels have good ones.
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    for ritz calton ill give 8/10

    for shangarila orchard 10/10 for both seafood and cooked food
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    I'd go for Merchant Court hotel...20% off if u charge to UOB..lol
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    The Line at Sangrila....eat the sashimi alone cover the ticket price liao

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    why buffet since budget aint a problem? Go Long Beach and spend just a few thousand dollars for a fabulous meal - served.

    Also, if for business meal, forget buffet. Buffet is the most distracting type of meal as you hardly get the attention of everyone when the host need to talk.

    Many fine chinese dining has lovely seafood. but you may get bills like $300 for a fish, $500 per lobster per head, etc. If the budget justify, just take out the stack of cash and flip during payment. You will indeed earn the respect of the captain.

    And, enjoy the meal. We hope to hear how great the meal was man. Cheers!

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    "No budget restriction."

    Is a big statement.
    Last edited by ricohflex; 7th March 2009 at 09:38 AM.

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