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Telephone
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Introduction
Sporting a new cosmopolitan concept and decorated in hues of blue, Tiffany Café & Restaurant serves an array of international cuisine from the buffet line including chef recommended signature dishes, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Authentic Laksa and perennial favourite Durian Pengat from a halal-certified kitchen. For a more extensive menu, the savoury a la carte menu teases the palate. Be it an intimate dinner with loved ones or a friends celebration gathering, Tiffany Café & Restaurant provides an exceptional dining experience with its cosy ambiance and remarkable service. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 17:30
18:00 - 22:30
Mon - Fri
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
Sat - Sun
12:00 - 17:30
18:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Online Reservation
Chill-out
Group Gathering
Pork Free
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/tiffanyfurama/
Signature Dishes
Chilli Crab Butter Crab Durian Pengat
Review (12)
Level3 2014-11-27
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I love the cakes from Tiffany Cafe. Would recomemnd the mango cakes....the mango chunks are huge and generous, very yummy and tasty. Not very sweet too. The strawberry cakes is also very atrractive and delicious. Layered with chocolate cake are strawberry mouuse and jelly, topped with kiwi. Heavenly. I also like their truffle chocolate cake which is very rich. Though sinful, but I can't stop eating the cakes when I'm here. continue reading
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Level3 2014-11-20
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One of the cheaper buffet places around, considering that it has 1 for 1.Range of food is ok, though I think could be better. Majority of the dishes are spicy, not suitable for children. I only like the dessrt best - esp the durian crumble! Dash for it. Heavenly. Had the truffle cake too, very nice. Only I don't like is that they charge children price from 3 years old onwards! which is ridiculous, how much can a 3-year-old eat? continue reading
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If you're looking for buffet spread of local cuisine served from a Halal certified kitchen, this is for you. We had Citibank 1 for 1 promo so we decided to check out Tiffany. I was a little disappointed w the Seafood section, there were the Mussel, Sashimi & Prawns on that day. I was expecting more than these since it cost $50++ for a dinner buffet. I read some reviews there were chili crabs, but there weren't any. I feel the range of food selections needs to be extended. Sashimi is fresh and loving it!The best of all in the buffet were the dessert portion, it offers a variety of cakes to choose from. If you're a Durian lover, you will be delighted to know that Tiffany serves one of the best Durian Pengat and I had numerous bowls! Their food tasted average and was nothing much worth remembering. Some tasted slightly above average, while others fell short of it. There were the local delight segment - Chicken rice w roasted chicken or duck. On the other side were the Dimsum (Custard Bun & Har Gao) & Kimchi noodles. Sadly, the noodles they call it were maggie mee D: It's not that Tiffany is bad but for the price I'm paying (Without 1 for 1 promo it's $52.80++), I would choose to dine elsewhere w more seafood selections & not just pure local cuisine. Blogged, http://jacqsowhat.blogspot.sg/2013/09/tiffany-cafe-restaurant-furama-city.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-29
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Tiffany Cafe offers a wide selection of cuisine. It starts from the salad bar, seafood bar (salmon, prawn, mussel), sushi bar, local delights comprising rice, fried mushroon udon, lamb steak, baked potato, mutton, chicken, fish and soft shelf crab. In addition, it has 2 types of soup, creamy soup and local flavour chicken soup. Even bread, Tiffany has offered value nutritious bakery such as the multi grain, cransberry bread. There is also the self soup - prawn noodle and the chicken stall. Diners can not end here. One has to be satisfied with series of multi coloured dessert - cakes, cupcake, fruits, chocolate, barley drink. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-28
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Met up with a friend in the area after I was booking a holiday at ASA Chinatown.Before entering the run-down looking hotel which has seen better days, looking around in this café there weren’t much variety and they served mostly local delights. Based off individual preference some people may find this place cosy. I took the fluffy rice which was interestingly brown/white fried rice, and this is considered a healthier option, unfortunately was bland without much effort to mix additional sufficient ingredients to enhance the taste. Penne (pasta) was overcooked and soggy possibly from it being left on the warmer for long periods of time. Beef rendang was soft and flavourful , but there weren’t enough as the replenishing intervals was slow. Prawns were averaged inconsistently between fresh and leftovers which nobody wanted.Desserts selection was disappointing for me as the cakes were either too dry or tasted like thawed frozen cakes.Cookies, Fruits and Marshmallows in Chocolate fondue was my only favourite , despite little choices , the chocolate they used tasted of great premium quality. continue reading
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