In a nutshell, this is an expensive buffet which caters for almost every palette and includes alcohol. Service is pretty good but nothing out of the ordinary.
On to the food, the selection is vast, varied and plentiful. There really is everything from seafood (including lobster and oysters), beef, lamb and pork, to pasta and gnocchi, and pretty much every vegetable. One minor complaint is that the lobster does run out by around 1330 so get in quick.
The drink flows; staff are not shy in keeping glasses topped up.
Pasta is freshly cooked while you wait, which should keep awkward vegetablists happy. Well, it kept my mum quiet anyway!
I have a major sweet tooth and the selection at the dessert table is to die for. Chocolates, macaroons, ice cream, cakes, profiteroles, you name it and it was there.
Whether it's good value or not is very subjective. After tax, it's S$191 (advertised as S$158 but there's service tax and GST on top). If you get there early and fill your boots, then you can consume double that amount in alcohol in the first hour (drink is brutally expensive in Singapore), which can make it represent value. Even without the drink, it's not difficult to get your money's worth with the food. However, if you're only going to have a couple of glasses of wine and a nibble then save your money.
If you intend to try this experience, and I would recommend it, then book in advance as it fills up quite quickly. You might get a table at short notice but you'll end up outside on the terrace, which is not to everyone's taste because of the heat and humidity but it is undercover.
As a final point, quite why it's called 'brunch' when it runs from 1200 to 1530 is beyond me. That's lunch time.
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