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10 Claymore Road
Pan Pacific Orchard
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Telephone: (65) 6831-6686
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Located at the lobby level of the hotel, 10 at Claymore is Pan Pacific Orchard’s signature restaurant – a modern bistro grill serving contemporary cuisine and where meat lovers can satiate their appetite with a variety of quality flame-grilled steaks and ribs available on the à la carte menu. e.

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  1. hburn10
     12 Apr 2013 at 2:12 pm
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    Located at Pan Pacific Orchard, this new find of mine suffers from its location although it is still in Orchard Road. Still not many people know of and even if they do, see this as a potential dining destination - such a pity as their buffet lunch is actually quite good!

    I went for a weekday buffet lunch promotion which allows 3pax to dine for the price of 2pax using UOB cards and we were plesantly surprised by the value of the meal, both variety and quality.

    Cold dishes - DIY salad station, appetizers like spicy pasta salad (nice) and achar (good), cold soba noodles, cold cuts, and smoked salmon. I missed fresh salmon sashimi though.

    Soups - there were 2 selections that day - Tomato and Tom Yam. We all did try the tomato but the tom yam was the best I have ever tasted, seriously. It was chockful of flavour but not too spicy - a wonderful pipping hot concoction of lemongrass, tomotoes, and thai spices. And this coming from a non-tom yam lover.

    Bread - the selection looked great but honestly, I try to stay away from bread at buffets in general.

    Cheeses - I was overwhelmed by the cheese selection and they were all very nice! Wensleydale cranberry, Port wine cheddar, Pakari smoked cheddar, Long Clawson chilli & lime and black pepper. All super good and goes extremely well with the condiments and crackers provided.

    Hot dishes - am reviewing this based on my limited meat intake here. There were thai olive rice (nice but oddly cold sitting on top of a steamer), chilli steam sea bass (delicious), roasted veg (my favourite), mussels in soya sauce (good), teriyaki chicken (very good). The things I didnt eat was lamb shank, braised beef, braised ginger chicken, stir fried kailan which looked competently attractive.

    Live station - Not really 'live' live but there was a chef slicing bbq ribs and grilled pineapple for you if you like.

    Ala carte food - The highlight was no doubt the unlimited ala carte order of 3 local fav - char kway teow (good), spicy prawn noodle broth (good), and assam laksa (average). I liked that they really kept it to smallish portions but even so, most people wont be able to get through to seconds as they are so carb heavy.

    Desserts - A big assortment but me being me, I only tried a few - the chocolate truffle (like rocher in cake form), mango pudding (good) and swiss roll (nah). The same chef slicing the ribs at the station is also in charge of making crepes with your choice of fillings, including durian which seems to make my table very happy indeed. There's also cookies and ice creams available which I didnt have the space for.

    Drinks / juices - there are 4 prepared juices - pineapple, grapefruit, guava, orange which were not too bad. The buffet also comes with coffee / tea which came with hot milk - nice.

    Service was mostly good save for a young girl who was almost too enthusiatic about clearing our plates - she would swoop down on us when we were at our last month but still holding on to the spoon / fork.

    Will do a return visit!

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    Comments on this review:
    1. Leenie Pigs
      Leenie Pigs said:
      looks yummy! how much per pax ah?
      13 Apr 2013 at 8:43 am
    2. hburn10
      hburn10 said:
      Its $39 per pax but with the promotion you only pay for 2pax when its 3pax. Great deal!
      15 Apr 2013 at 11:15 am
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