Some Ramadhan promotions I found online for ya stomach. Feast on these!
CONCORDE HOTEL RAMADAN BUFFET
Time: 0630pm – 1000pm
Venue: Pool & Bar (Outdoor Buffet)
Price: S$39.00 nett per adult
S$19.00 nett per child (between 3 – 12 years old)
Perks: One child eats free for every 1 paying adult
Discounts : DBS/POST CREDT CARD HOLDERS
Pay S$33 nett per auldt (Usual: S$39.00 nett per person) & S$15.00 nett per child (Usual S$19.00 nett per child)
RAMADHAN MEAL SPECIAL @ PIZZA HUT
Limited Period only.
Valid for delivery and take-aways only
Call 6235 3535 for delivery.
3 FOR 2 RAMADAN DELICACIES BUFFET DINNER
Great Deals for buffet lovers. Its a deal of 3 for 2. Don’t miss out!
Date: 23 Aug- 19 Sep 09
Venue: Redezvous Hotel Singapore, 9 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189559
Contact No: (65) 6336 0220
For Reservation, email the reservation staff at email@example.com
For more information, please visit Redezvous Hotel Website for more details.
AMIRAH’S GRILL RESTAURANT & CAFE
Where: 14 Bussorah Street, Tel: 9383-1994
Buffet hours: Noon to 4pm daily
Serves: About 30 dishes, including beef casserole, Egyptian-style shepherd’s pie, a choice of mushroom or chicken soup and desserts such as creme caramel.
RESTORAN TEPAK SIREH
Where: 73 Sultan Gate, Malay Heritage Centre, Tel: 6396-4373/6291-2873
Buffet hours: 11.30am to 2.30pm, 6.30am to 9.30pm
Serves: About 13 dishes, such as beef rendang, laksa, chickpea soup and desserts like bubur cha cha.
CHILLI PADI NONYA CAFE
Where: 01-02 North Bridge Commercial Complex, Tel: 6339-7745
Price: $10.80+ on weekdays and $11.80+ on weekends
Buffet hours: 11am to 10pm
Serves: Laksa, mee siam and curry assam fish, with Nonya kueh for dessert.
FOR LUNCH BUFFET BELOW $20
Geek Terminal at Market Street (www.geekterminal.com) @ $13.90 per pax – think it’s best for those working in Raffles Place & who want a light lunch.
FOR LUNCH BUFFET BETWEEN $20 TO $30
Carnivore at Vivocity (www.carnivore.com.sg) @ $28++ per pax – good for meat-eaters & those working in Vivocity vicinity.
FOR LUNCH BUFFET ABOVE $30
Carousel at Royal Plaza on Scotts (dining.royalplaza.com.sg) @ $39++ per pax – for those who can afford a leisurely lunch with international spread on a weekday at Orchard Road.
Bombay Cafe Express at Suntec City Mall (www.bombaycafe.com.sg) @ $14.90++ per pax – not sure if the buffet’s only available on Friday nights since that was what the programme showed. There’s also another Bombay Cafe around Tanjong Katong area. I have not tried their food, so any feedback from those who had?
BETWEEN $20 TO $30
Harbour City Restaurant at PSA Building (www.harbourcity.com.sg) @ $27.80++ per pax, only on weeknights – ala carte buffet menu of 48 dishes but subject to minimum of 4 pax to enjoy the buffet. This buffet does really look like a great-value for money, but provided you don’t mind travelling to the rather remote location. I had only tried the dim sum lunch once & a long time ago, but it seemed very popular with working crowd around there
BREAKFAST BUFFET BELOW $20
Bistro Delifrance at various locations (www.delifrance.com.sg)@ $9.90++ per pax – only on Fridays to Sundays & PHs, 8 to 10.30am. Check their website for the various bistro locations & under ‘Promotions & Hot Deals’ for the breakfast buffet details. Not sure why the flyer on the website indicated that we can have the bakery buffet breakfast at $7.95 and will need to add $3 for an additional hot meal, which was different from what was telecasted last evening, showing unlimited helpings to both their hot & bakery items. Perhaps different bistro have different menus or the flyer is outdated? Did anybody know which outlet they showcased last night?
BREAKFAST BUFFET BETWEEN $20 TO $30
Cafe Brio’s at Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel (www.millenniumhotels.com.sg) @ $29.00++ per pax, served between 6.30 to 10.30am, on all days – the spread seemed very international, probably good for those staying nearby. I found the mention of dining al fresco alongside the Singapore River rather funny since the view is more like of a big canal, nothing spectacular.
BREAKFAST BUFFET ABOVE $30
Olive Tree Restaurant at Intercontinental Singapore (www.singapore.intercontinental.com) @ $36.00++ per pax, between 6 to 10.30am, on weekends & PHs – the spread actually didn’t seem as international as Café Brio’s, but is definitely more high end. They have an egg station that will freshly cook your eggs in whatever style you want, which is the norm for 4 stars hotel establishments and above.. And boy, am I impressed with their selection of fresh tea leaves that are served in actual tea pots rather than cups to individual customers. The pan fried beef and cheese selection looks really yummy too. So if I’m to choose between Café Brio’s & Olive Tree, I’ll rather pay a bit more & go for the latter. After a most satisfying breakfast, we can then walk off our food by shopping to our fill at Bugis Junction.
HIGH TEA BUFFET BELOW $20
Chilli Padi Nonya Café at North Bridge Commercial Complex (www.hungrygowhere.com)@ $8.80+ per pax – there’s this other website – http://www.chillipadi.com.sg/, but I’m not sure if this is the main restaurant’s website or even related to Chilli Padi Nonya café, thus I link up the hungry-go-where website which I feel has the best details & reviews. The high tea buffet is served on all days of the weeks, 2.30pm to 5.30pm, and I think it’s $7.80+ on weekdays, add a dollar for weekends. I was salivating over the spread on tv last night, especially the nonya kuehs, kueh pie ti, chwee kueh & chilled sago with gula melaka. Seems like they rotate their daily menus, thus you may get your favorites on certain days. The spread may not be huge but it’s definitely worth a try for that price. For your information, North Bridge Commercial Complex is just opposite Bugis Junction.
HIGH TEA BUFFET BETWEEN $20 TO $30
Ellenborough Market Café at Swissotel Merchant Court ( www.swissotel.com) @ $28.00++ per pax, served between 3..30pm to 5.30pm, only on weekends and PHs – needless be much said about this popular buffet with Singaporeans. It’s got a reasonably good spread, just don’t expect very nice ambience as I tend to think the café is always overcrowded. The cold chempedak dessert did look very tempting though.
HIGH TEA BUFFET ABOVE $30
Tea Lounge at The Regent Singapore ( www.regenthotels.com) @ $36.00++ per pax, served between 1.30pm to 5.30pm on weekends – this is a classic English tea buffet, probably more suitable for ladies of leisure or bunch of girls meeting up for a get-together or couples wanting a quiet afternoon to cosy up to each other. Can you imagine a bunch of guys or big families gathering at this place? I think that explained why Terence Cao kept going over to join the other 2 female tasters last night since it would be a bit awkward for him to sit alone and sample English tea. Anyway, interesting items to try include the Yuzu tarlet, cherry trifle and macarons.
DESSERT BUFFET BELOW $20
Mingles at Velocity (Novena Square) - ice cream buffet @ $14.90++ per pax, available for high tea everyday – no official website so please refer to this: www.hungrygowhere.com. The buffet offers 24 flavours of New Zealand Natural ice cream, with unlimited waffles (not served whole but in small slices) & 1 drink per customer.. It may be too much to eat just ice cream unless you are a true-blue ice cream fan, so a suggestion is to go for their set lunches or dinners, which will give you main course, drink & dessert/soup. I tried this place a couple of times, & rather enjoyed their sausages & rosti. However, this place is definitely not meant for hanging out or big crowds.
DESSERT BUFFET BETWEEN $20 TO $30
The Rose Veranda at Shangri-La Hotel – dessert buffet @ $28++ per pax, available between 3 to 6pm on weekdays. www.shangri-la..com. I actually think this is the most worthy of the lot showcased last night, & would love to give it a try when I can find time to take the afternoon off from work & have a leisurely high tea with my friends or other half. Being a female & tea drinker, I love the rose patterned crockery & am amazed by the 102 varieties of tea available. Apparently, they also serve tea cocktails, which are chargeable. Temptations include the crème brulee, mango & mint minestrone, lemongrass & chocolate mousse topped with crunchy chocolate balls, durian cake & chocolate fondue. They also have a selection of hot items for this buffet, which is great for those who are not die hard dessert fans.
DESSERT BUFFET ABOVE $30
The Courtyard at Fullerton Hotel – chocolate buffet @ $38++ per pax, available Thur through Sat nights. www.fullertonhotel.com. Well, another well known buffet, so I’m not going to say too much. I have never tried it since I don’t fancy gorging myself on chocolate, not that I don’t love chocolate, but I just don’t wish to run at the sight of chocolate for a long time after that. The only items that caught my attention last night are the lychee tiramisu and white chocolate soup.
BRUNCH BUFFET BELOW $20
Penang Place Restaurant at International Business Park – not exactly brunch buffet but more like lunch buffet @ $19.80++ per pax, available daily from 11.30am to 2pm except on Sundays when they close – www.penangplace.com. I tried this before, & have to say that I really enjoyed the spread. It is always very crowded though, so you definitely need to make reservations, even on weekdays. You can refer to the website for the buffet items.
If you know any more buffet lobangs, do fwd to me or comment here aite! Information above gathered online and via FWD emails.