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I admit that I rarely go for Korean BBQs, let alone Korean BBQ Buffets. So I am not the best judge of them but I really liked my dinner at #DanjiSg a lot.
Owned by a friendly Korean Chef-owner whom you'll notice popping in and out of the kitchen often to check on things, I get this feeling this is a place where pride is taken in everything they do. The elegant Korean lady manager may not speak much English but she has a very pleasant demeanor about her as she walks around to clear dishes, and doesn't hesitate to help clean the grilling pan when she sees it getting gunky from use.
For the price (all listed below), I think their spread is impressive, especially for the meats to be barbecued. There're big, thick slices of pork belly dressed either in wine, garlic and Korean spicy bean paste, marinated beef short rib and beef brisket (my favourite - it's so buttery!). You can help yourself to the pile of fresh lettuce, sliced raw garlic, whole green chillies and different sauces to wrap the grilled meats in too. Seafood lovers will be pleased to know Danji offers really big prawns, squid and fish too (but the fish nothing fancy - just the white cottony-soft type).
Besides the above, the buffet includes classic Korean cooked dishes such as kimchi stew, ginseng chicken soup, chives pancake, chicken wings and a tasty stirfried "japchae" (glass noodles). There's freeflow of rice, Korean tea and water. Dessert is simple cut fruit.
I am glad the chef-owner does not display a huge amount of food at one go but does top-ups regularly instead. It's wonderful to see the focus is on having food taste fresh rather than simply going for a "wow" visual factor.
Buffet prices are as follows:
Weekday Lunch (11.30am to 2.30pm): Adult $15+, Child (4-12yrs) $8+
Weekday Dinner (5.30pm to 10pm): Adult $22+, Child $16+
Weekend & Public Holiday (11.30am to 10pm): Adult $24.80+, Child $16+
Address: 188L Tanjong Katong Road
Tel: 6348 1244

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I had the chance to try these new french chocolate tartlets by Executive Pastry Chef Florent Castagnos, and I loved all of 5 flavours. The five flavours are: Sensation, Pure Gourmandise, La Royale, Violette, and Chendol, and they're nicely presented in this gift box. DM me and I could tell you more about each flavour. My favourite is La Royale, which has a crunchy hazelnut praline, but all 5 tarts are good so you should try all of them.
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They're available for order online at www.connoisseur.sg/conrad-treasures or at The Terrace located within Conrad Hotel. This is taken during a tasting invited by @conradsingapore.
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The Marriott Cafe buffet has more hits than misses. Loved the seafood, lasagna, chicken rice and laksa. Desserts were quite a spread too. Pro tip: DBS has a 2 for $78++ promotion for Saturday lunch. #notsponsored

With a total of 10 hot and cold stations including Korean, Barbecue, Deep-Fried, Hot Dishes & Noodles, Seafood, and Dessert Bar, diners will be spoilt for choice at this new buffet restaurant that features multiple ‘live’ cooking and carving stations. Sea & Blue also rotates its food offerings every fortnight so diners can look forward to a new experience with each visit.

Despite the extensive offering of more than 100 food selections, the only dish that really stood out for me was the Suckling Pig from the Hot Dishes & Noodles station. Prices range from $42++ to $64++ for adults during lunch, and $58++ to $68++ for dinner. Children dine at $22++ to $26++ at lunch and $26++ at dinner. I'm not sure if the suckling pig alone would warrant a second visit, though.

With a total of 10 hot and cold stations including Korean, Barbecue, Deep-Fried, Hot Dishes & Noodles, Seafood, and Dessert Bar, diners will be spoilt for choice at this new buffet restaurant that features multiple ‘live’ cooking and carving stations. Sea & Blue also rotates its food offerings every fortnight so diners can look forward to a new experience with each visit.

Despite the extensive offering of more than 100 food selections, the only dish that really stood out for me was the Suckling Pig from the Hot Dishes & Noodles station. Prices range from $42++ to $64++ for adults during lunch, and $58++ to $68++ for dinner. Children dine at $22++ to $26++ at lunch and $26++ at dinner. I'm not sure if the suckling pig alone would warrant a second visit, though.

This was a hosted meal by Sea & Blue; many thanks to Sixth Sense PR for the warm hospitality and invitation!

📷: Canon EOS M5, courtesy of Canon Singapore.

$18++ hi-tea buffet at a 5-star hotel?! Yes it exists and it's just 5 mins away from Farrer Park MRT! While I was a little disappointed with the spread (an online video showcased way more food) and the taste of certain items, I was very pleased with the serene ambience and warm service.

Savoury items include a few sandwiches and fried finger food (of which the prawn twister is yums), while some of the more notable desserts are: bak kwa madeleines (I recommend eating them with the cacao nibs they are placed on because the slight bitterness gives a good balance to the sweet & savoury chunks of pork in a dense, buttery cake), soy pudding with grass jelly, salted Nutella tart (although the nutella cream on top is too much) and durian crumble tart (man the crumble topping is just exceptional - super crunchy and buttery-fragrant!).

I was looking forward to the char siew scones but sadly they are on a rotational basis with the bak kwa madeleines. I was also pretty excited to try the durian cheesecake and durian pengat, but both weren't up to my expectations as the former had a really bad biscuit crust whereas the latter was too watery.

All in all, I loved how Petit Partea offered a range of bite-sized hand-crafted pastries and desserts with a local twist and at an affordable price! Would want to return again for their buffet lunch/dinner!

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BBQ Buffet Dinner - Adult ($68/88++)
On Friday/Saturday:
Salad Bar
Paella
Fresh Oysters and Prawns
BBQ/Sizzling Grill Meats
Desserts and Soft Serve
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Oasis
5th Level, Terrance Wing
Grand Hyatt Singapore
@grandhyattsing

Although Chilli Padi is actually better known as a Food Caterer, their in-house buffet is not one to sneer at! To be frank, the quality and taste of the food were way above standard catering, or any regular buffets at this price-point. Not only were the dishes of authentic peranakan flavour, even their furniture screams nonya! Must go back soon. 😁😁😁 - 👴🏻 #burpple

White Lotus with Double Egg Yolk Mooncake 双黄白莲蓉 (S$77)
Available at @cpchangiairport in @changiairport
Came in a briefcase 💼 with bag 💼 tag.
So cute.
There's option for #Halal certified traditional baked mooncakes.
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Location : Lobby Lounge of Crowne Plaza Changi Airport, 75 Airport Boulevard, # 01-01 Changi Airport Terminal 3, Singapore 🇸🇬 819 664
Tel ☎️ : 6823 5367
Date : 5 September to 4 October 2017
Time : 10am - 9pm
MRT 🚇 : Changi Airport (CG2)

The signature Lychee Bits with White Lotus Paste snow skin mooncake presents a refreshing and subtly sweet flavour. It features delicate white lychee bits that emit a fresh, fruity scent and lima beans, which enriches the flavour. And the good thing is, it is halal certified! .
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Purchase by 29 September (15% discount) at S$72
Retail Price at S$85
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Where to buy?
Crowne Plaza Changi Airport
75 Airport Boulevard #01-01, 819664
To order, please call Lobby Lounge at (65) 6823 5359 / (65) 6823 5367 or email [email protected]
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