My wife and I about 3 hours to ourselves in between mother’s day celebration at our children’s child care centre and chanced upon this restaurant. We didn’t want something heavy but end up having buffet instead.
This is our first time here and even though typical buffet strategy was to go for the meat, we helped ourselves to the vegetables instead.
The dual soup pot reminds me of the typical Chinese steamboats in Bugis, complete with multiple sauces as well.
We are not vegetarian though, and did help ourselves to many servings of the yummy sliced beef and chicken.
And lastly, finishing off we some fruits.
Overall, the food was simple but good and didn’t burn a hole in our pocket.
This is the day I look forward to for quite some time, buffet lunch! I could no longer eat as much compared to my younger days. But right now, I have a different philosophy when it comes to buffet, just help myself to those dishes I like and enjoy the spread. So yes, the spread is very important. Arriving at the lobby of Scotts Singapore Hotel, where the Carousel is located. Before I started eating, I could feel the difference with typical buffet restaurant, even the cutlery is presented differently. Enough of cosmetics, let’s get down to the main theme, food. For all international buffet, sushi and sashimi are must-have, as well as teppanyaki. But the main draw here, I presume, is their seafood selection (minus oyster and lobster). Besides seafood, there are both healthier delights such as salads, and simple cheese & bread… .. and meats… … and pasta … … one of my favorites, local delights… Once I’m done with the starters, the main courses, the desert selection can still entice my near full stomach.
And there is a chocolate fondue, but I’m more interested in the marshmallow than the following chocolate. Spread wise, I have no complains. Taste wise, I won’t reward it full stars though. Nonetheless, good lunch!