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1 Netheravon Road
Changi Village Hotel
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6379-7018
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Restaurants » Buffet, International
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Set amidst stylish interiors with clean lines and chic furnishings is Changi Village Hotel’s Saltwater café. Floor-to-ceiling glass panels are a distinct feature of this café, allowing diners to feel one with nature; overlooking lush greenery while enjoying a relaxed meal. By day, it provides an ideal setting for business lunches. Come evening, a clever tweak of lightings immediately transforms the café into a perfect ambience for intimate dinners.

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  1. buffet craze
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       01 Aug 2009 at 7:08 pm

    Went to saltwater cafe 2days ago for lunch buffet, overall: Fantastic service and lovely food as given the price charged! Nice mixture of locals dishes ( congee, dimsums, laksa, indian food, stir fry vege, chicken) international spreads consists of some sashimi i.e salmons, prawns, mussels and salads.. live station - pasta and plentiful of desserts..to name a fews, assortment cakes, local kueh, bread puddings, mango dessert, pulut hitam, ice creams..etc.. Is even better if u have RBS or Maybank card, coz is 50% discount.. 1 foc 1 pax.. therefore is superb with the price charged! Honestly, really worth and valued for money, u will not regret!

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    1. dreammerchant
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         18 Apr 2009 at 10:56 pm
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      Regretfully, this is one of the worst dining experinces at buffets I ever had.

      I went for the dinner buffet on a weekend and sadly, the cons tipped the pros..

      The hot section reveals the following items- 1.Black Pepper Chicken Meat was rough and the skin bland. 2.Baked Fish-this too was bland and was the usual dory fish 3.Pan fried beef- okay, but not memorable. Kind of coffeshop standard.

      The salad section pulled an interesting one- there was octopus salad with tang hoon,like those found in Japanese sushi.The Dessert section was no better, though there was a charming apple pie topped with strawberry and grapes.The chocolate brownie and strawberry cheesecake were not addictive at all.There is an assortment of nonya kuehs,which I am not interested.

      Outside the ambience was nicer-though way hotter than the air-conditioned interior, thehumid night air stinging my neck. The foodhere is better- there was teppanyaki and BBQ, which features prawns,beef,squids and chicken. The BBQ squids came in reasonable slabs while the teppanyaki ones are in skimpy rings which provided no bite. The teppanyaki prawns are juicy but small..there is a lok lok section too where you can dip all those sticks inside the boiling soup..

      When it was time to go there was prawn dumplings and siew mai..

      Generally not worth the money,after UOB discount it is $20

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      1. Food Guru
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           02 Sep 2008 at 11:39 am

        Just had company retreat there, with lunch buffet which left me mesmorised.

        They have quite a feast there, with stalls that serve cook-on-the-spot delights, such as crepes, waffles, popiah, laksa and prawn noodles. If I remember correctly, they also have fresh oysters!

        The lunch is @ 32 . Worth for the seafood that serves in the daylight : fried sotong, prawn salad, cereal crayfish, oysters, etc, etc, etc.

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        Rating given:4 stars
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        1. feizhu
          feizhu said:
          I tried the ala carte before. Had the burger and Aglio Olio. Thought it was a waste of $.
          02 Sep 2008 at 2:02 pm
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