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101 Thomson Road
#B1-01 United Square
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6254 6686 / 6253-1696
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Conveniently located at the Basement of United Square since Year 2002, the menu includes over 150 varieties of food, guaranteed you'll be spoilt for choices! Local favourites & authentic soups, Japanese and Western cuisine, Teppanyaki and also our mouthwatering appetizers and desserts you will not want to miss!

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  1. Muffy
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     13 Sep 2012 at 2:43 pm
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    We used to pass by this place and it is always packed with people either waiting in the queue or busy walking in and out of the main entrance. What we have observed was that although this place serves buffet lunch and dinner, it is the food presentation and the wide varieties of seafood that have attracted the crowd.

    We were able to dine because of last minute cancellation by the previous group. The staff were very attentive by asking us whether they can first serve the complimentary mini “Buddha jumps Over The Wall “- which was basically a broiled soup with sea cucumber, mushroom, chicken meat. It was lightly flavoured and was good enough to warm our stomachs before we eagerly dashed off to pick our choice of food.

    The place was divided into few sections : 1. Oriental - Steamed baos, pepper crabs, cereal prawns, herbal soups, porridge, Peking duck, satay, deep fried durian fritters, fried rice in bamboo tube 2. Western – Wheat bread, corn soup sealed with freshly baked bread 3. Japanese – Teppanyaki, sashimi, sushi, tempura, cold noodles, etc 4. Seafood – Fresh oysters, steamed prawns, braised mussels, crayfish, roast beef, cheese baked scallops 5. Desserts – Cakes ( must try ) , cold desserts, yam paste in ginko nuts ( must try ), fondue, fruits, Bird nest egg tarts, ice cream,etc

    This place was spoilt for choices and although our stomach have limited capacity, we managed to try most of the food except for those items that were not replenish fast enough for the diners.

    Price - $50 per pax for dinner

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    1. Leenie Pigs
      Leenie Pigs said:
      eh... it looks good...
      14 Sep 2012 at 9:17 am
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  2. zuoling
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     16 Jul 2008 at 5:49 pm

    the seafood is nice n pretty fresh. they got nice soup like "BUDDHA JUMP OVER THE WALL". they also have the crocodile soup. So nice.

    they got cocktails n red wine but i think they blend it down so that the alcohol content is not so high. they also got test-tube with drinks inside, i tried 2 test-tubes which is apple juice n carrot juice. it's not the actual juice, just those can type of juice. they also got flavoured tea, hot coffee, hot tea, hot chocolate, hot mocha n hot cuppacino.

    they got a small variety of fruits n mushmallow which you can dip them in a waterfall of hot chocolate fudge. it's quite nice cos i always wanted to eat that.

    Japanese: instead of the usual "sushi rice" stuff, they have miniature portions of japanese cuisine neatly tucked in bite-sized portions, thus allowing you to sample many at one go.

    Their samplings include:

    Japanese- green soba noodles, tempura, marinated eel, abalone slices (must-try!), sashimi, seafood beancurd, lobster salad, shellfish...

    Chinese- black pepper crab, abalone fried rice, peking duck wrap, crab noodles, fried bamboo shoots, and various kinds of soup (Sharkfin, ginseng fish etc)...

    Also, they have a Teppenyaki section where the stationed chefs cook for you. Personally, i love the fish (:

    anyway is a must try for this..

    the amount that i spent over is $42/pax is sure a worth trying buffet

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