Get a taste of Latin America at Conrad Centennial Singapore's Oscar's as Cuisines from Latin American takes centre stage at the buffet lines from 05 November 2015 to 04 December 2015. Tantalise your taste buds with seasonal cuisines from all over Latin America - Argentina, Aruba, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, and Peru. Other maize-based dishes like tortillas and tacos, as well as a variety of authentic salsas and “caliente” condiments the likes of guacamole, pico de gallo, chimichurri, chili, aji, and pebre will also be available.
The "Savouring Latin American" buffet at Oscar's celebrates the rich culture and diversity of the continent through her cuisine and in to your stomach. Choose from the freshest catch from the Pacific Ocean, maize-based dishes as well as delicious lamb and venison from Chile and Argentina - this buffet will take the best of South America to you.
12:00PM to 2:30PM
(Monday to Saturday)
S$59++ | S$29.50++
Adult | Child
12:00PM to 3:00PM
S$158++ (S$80++) | S$40++
Adult (without Alcohol) | Child
(inclusive of free-flow of Louis Roederer Brut Premier NV Champagne, house wines or beer)
6:00PM to 10:00PM
(Monday to Sunday)
S$80++ | S$40++
Adult | Child
Friday to Saturday
S$69++ | S$34.50++
Adult | Child
Sunday to Thursday
Oscar's at the Conrad Centennial Singapore has just relaunched the Sunday Brunch experience with a greater variety of quality meats and seafood, Champagne, premium wines, beers (including unlimited Hitachino Nest craft beers) and access to the craft Gin & Tonic Bar. While there is no lack of Sunday Brunches in Singapore, Oscar's differentiates itself from the competition by offering not just variety but quality that you do not normally associate with buffets - the roasts, seafood and beverages especially are all proof to that. If you are serious about quality drinks and food, this is the Sunday Brunch to be at!
Melt Café at the Mandarin Oriental, Singapore will be bringing a mouth-watering buffet of authentic Thai cuisine from 06 March 2017 to 19 March 2017. Savour classic dishes like the Thai glass noodle salad with shrimp and lime chilli dressing (yum woon sen) or try the green papaya salad served with crushed peanuts, dried shrimps, long beans, tomatoes, chilli padi and nam pla (som tam) over at the live station.
The Grand Hyatt Singapore is one of my favourite hotels in Singapore and the poolside restaurant, Oasis, is one of these hidden gems in Singapore that I love finding out about. Oasis runs a BBQ Buffet Dinner (with the option of free-flowing alcohol) on a daily basis which features a wide selection of freshly-grilled meats and seafood from 5:30PM to 9:00PM.
Between now until 02 October 2016, savour a mouth-watering spread of Vietnamese favourites at The Fullerton Hotel, Singapore's Town Restaurant as three guest chefs from the luxurious The Nam Hai, Hoi An in Vietnam bring some of the region's best to our sunny island. This dinner-only buffet will be made available for a short period of time only so if you are a huge fan of Vietnamese cuisine, be sure to head on down to check it out.
One of the lesser known Japanese restaurants in Singapore, Hokkaido Sushi (located on level 9 of M Hotel Singapore), has recently introduced The Hokkaido Buffet Experience that includes most of the restaurant's signature dishes and air flown sashimi at a single price.
For a very limited time only, enjoy The Great Thai Feast at Seasonal Tastes while looking out to spectacular views from The Westin Singapore! This dinner-only buffet will run until 31 July 2016 so be sure to get in quick to enjoy this Thai-themed buffet. These authentic Thai dishes are presented by Seasonal Tastes’ Sous Chef Sedtapat Sukpaisanpongsa, alongside Chef Kamonwan Juntarasert and Chef Sittha Sa-Nguansat which brings the ubiquitous street food of Thailand (and perennial favorites from lesser known regions) to Singapore.
Eat Through The Week is the latest promotion at J65 (located within the Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore). This dining promotion will showcase a series of dining options from Monday to Sunday and the featured dishes will change on a daily basis to allow diners to look forward to a different dining experience each night (while still remaining affordable).
Edge at the Pan Pacific Singapore is one of Singapore's best buffet spots - the variety is just incredible (you can NEVER eat everything in one visit) and the price is reasonable for what you are getting - Hooked @ Edge which features a wide selection of fresh seafood has always been a crowd favourite on Wednesdays and Thursdays each week! The newly-released Surf & Turf dinner buffet replaces the previous Cuts @ Edge dinner promotion that runs every Tuesday. In short, you can now enjoy the best of both worlds (seafood and meats) on Tuesday at the Pan Pacific Singapore.
10 at Claymore (Pan Pacific Orchard) is bringing back the Omi Wagyu Beef from Japan this August and September 2016 - enjoy this exquisite and prized beef shabu-shabu style! Beef lovers will be able to indulge in the beautifully-marbled meat that is well-known for melting in your mouth.
Oscar's at the Conrad Centennial Singapore is running a Local Delights and Peranakan Highlights between now and 31 August 2016. Helmed by Senior Chef de Cuisine Alex Siah, the buffet spread (during lunch and dinner both) features a selection of Peranakan and local favourites.