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Introduction
Dine amidst elegant waterfalls, inspired gardens and magnificent marble columns at the main hotel restaurant. Discover a delectable buffet spread for lunch and dinner, featuring an international selection with Asian delights and authentic local cuisine. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
06:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 23:30
Mon - Sun
06:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 23:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Number of Seats
165
Other Info
Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Bring Your Own Wine (BYOW)
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/TheDiningRoomSg/
About Reward Scheme
Signature Dishes
Lobster Roll Black Forest Ham and Cheese Sandwich Australian Wagyu Beef Burger
Review (5)
Level4 2014-02-20
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As it is Nana's birthday, 2 cakes are bought to celebrate and share with everyone. The chocolate cake is decorated with lots of chocolate slices on top. In order to cut the cake, we remove the slices. The cake is quite chocolaty which is Nana like it. I on the other hand like the other cake which is cheese cake and has seasoned fruit on top. Overall the cakes are quite delicious. continue reading
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Level1 2013-09-04
200 views
For the price that I've paid, it's not worth it at all. It was more worth it to pay the same amount of price for The Line at Shangri-la and Triple Three.It was supposed to be a buffet, however, it has limited choices of food. Despite the limited amount of choices, the seafood there are quite fresh. But for the choices it provides, totally not worth it for the amount of money paid.I ordered a glass of their popular champagne and it was approximately $30 for a glass and it was totally not worth it as well. I would rather go for wine connection for their drinks. continue reading
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Level2 2013-01-10
168 views
I simply wanna go for a buffet with variety of choices of seafood and dessert. Here the Dining Room served what I wanted. They have plenty of choices of seafood such as lobster, prawn, mussel, oyster etc. It has a corner for dessert and ice-cream. I normally don't really bother the area of warm dish For the environment, it has a spectacular view of the waterfall, which is very remarkable.It is Christmas period but it only charges SGD 58 per head. I think it is very reasonable and valuable price! I would definitely consider to return and dine again! continue reading
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Level4 2011-06-27
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We have been this place few occasions. They would change their buffet theme and menu from time to time. Hence, we would not have the same food over and over again. That is why we keep going back.They used to serve executive buffet lunch, thus food was meant for executive, to dine within an hour, there weren’t a big variety, starter, main course, side dishes and desserts were a few dishes to choose from. Then they have changed the whole menu, sashimi was fresh and few varieties, main course has roasted beef, stew mussel, fried rice, etc all taste right. So many types of breads, it was hardly could find from buffet. Their desserts have extended to so many types, all looked tempting to me, I wish I could try them all!Other than the good food and variety, don’t forget the waterfall is a complimentary to your meal. It creates the relaxing atmosphere while dinning there. continue reading
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Level4 2010-07-18
93 views
My family enjoyed Sheraton Tower's Sunday Afternoon Tea as a birthday treat. For me!Located in a corner of the hotel's lobby, the high ceiling and glass walls revealing a panoramic view of the outdoor fountain and garden, the ambience here was memorable and relaxing. The luxurious furniture and indoor plants also upped the grandeur of the place.Here's a writeup of the buffet spread.Adjacent to a small selection of cheeses and salad vegetables, there was a cold seafood selection, the cold cuts, seasoned seafood and sashimi:Crayfish- Rather bland.Mussels- Decent.Prawns- These were fresh and succulent with a lovely bite.Shelled clam- Topped off with a sweet sauce, i found this absolutely delicious.Seasoned seafood- the baby octopi and pacific clams were pretty tasty.I also had a thin slice of cheese (sorry I can’t remember the name) which was creamy and pungent. Needing to clear my palate, I requested for water and only then did I discover that you have to get glasses of iced water from the buffet selection. Ask the waiters for hot or warm water, as well as for coffee or tea if you need. Service wise, the staff were polite but the plates were sometimes cleared too slowly.Next to the finger sandwiches and sushi, there was a chef dishing out freshly sliced sashimi. The squid sushi I had was pretty decent- the rice grains were pearly and tasty and the squid tasted fresh. The egg mayo sandwich I had was rather bland though.There were six different hot dishes:Moroccan baked fish- Overcooked and weird-tasting.Chicken drumlets- On the other side of the spectrum, these were undercooked as part of the meat was pink. Tastewise, this was a letdown.Deep fried vegetables- I had a mushroom and found the batter too hard. It'd have been lovely to have freshly-fried, feather-light tempura!Next to the hot dishes, there was a counter where you can assemble your own fajitas and pitas. There was also a limited selection of dim sum in steamers, cauliflower soup with roasted chicken (not bad, try adding in crayfish meat from the cold seafood selection!), and a chef carving and dishing out roasted meats. I had a slice of prime rib which was rather tender.Now, on to the star attraction of the buffet- the desserts!There was a wide assortment of cakes (I'm proud to say that I tried every single one of them!), a small platter of sweet sliced fruit and a chocolate fountain.Pear Tart- Placed in a tiny cup and skewered together with a raspberry (for convenient consumption!). Not bad!Caramel Exotic/Pound cake with candied orange: Average.New York cheesecake- A rich, smooth and creamy indulgence!The Raspberry panna cotta/Almond cake with coconut: Boring; the former being rather bland and the latter tasting only of the coconut shreds that topped it.Mango flan- The fruity jam coupled the soft, fluffy sponge perfectly! Delightful!Tiramisu with alcohol- The bottom of the sponge was generously soaked in alcohol, making for a woozy but delicious treat. Perhaps the dessert chef should consider serving tiramisu in shooters, I had a difficult and messy time trying to dig up a serving of this from the large bowl it came in .Crunchy chocolate praline tart- Crunchy chocolate balls sitting in luscious molten chocolate fudge, all encased in a chocolate boat. A must try for chocoholics!What's afternoon tea without British scones? Disappointingly, the ones served here resembled cupcakes in texture- where are those buttery, crusty, fluffy babies that I love? Although I haven't had one before, I suspect that the ones served here were meant to be American scones which are supposedly rich, dense and cakelike. The bread and butter pudding was a letdown too.Finally, there was also a station serving up ice cream, piping hot Brussels waffles, and chocolate lava cake!The waffles and crisp (probably baked-in-house) ice cream cone were decent on their own as well, but match them with The Dining Room's simply GLORIOUS vanilla ice cream and you'll definitely be in heaven! No doubt, this is quality ice cream, for one can easily spot the black vanilla bean specks in the addictively fragrant, creamy frozen confection.Don't forget to generously drizzle on maple syrup onto your waffles, and remember to mop up all that molten chocolate that oozes out of the lava cake with vanilla ice cream!Sunday afternoon tea: $32.80++ for adults (4-for-3 promotion by Citibank, ending today) continue reading
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