Arriving by public bus: #36,77,124,128,143,162,162M,167,171,174,174e,190,518,518A,587 (09037- Opp Mandarin Orchard) Arriving by Train: NS22 Orchard Nearest Carpark: Mandarin Orchard Singapore continue reading
Japanese-inspired Triple Three boasts an extensive international buffet selection daily, featuring fresh sashimi and sushi, seafood on ice, live cooking stations, a premium roast section, and delectable desserts. On Sundays, laze the day away while sipping on sparkling wine and indulging in freshly shucked oysters, while the young ones are entertained at the Kids' Corner. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sat
06:30 - 10:00
12:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:00
06:30 - 10:00
12:00 - 15:00
18:30 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master AMEX Cash Alipay
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Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Bring Your Own Wine (BYOW)
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Takes Reservations
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Review (29)
Level4 2016-04-17
The in-house restaurant of Mandarin Orchard Hotel Singapore, the Triple Three Restaurant caters to the hotel's guests in the morning, but is open to the public for lunch and dinner. Offering a wide International buffet spread, Triple Three Restaurant, named for the address of the building, keeps things interesting with their themed buffet dinners (wagyu, foie gras, seafood, etc.), and overall, is a decent choice of hotel buffet. I personally find it to be better value for money if you take advantage of their special offers or promotions.Ambience at Triple Three Restaurant is clean, modern, and comfortable, though the overall atmosphere feels dated. There really isn't much points of interest that draw the eye, nothing stands out amongst the understated furnishings in the spacious but warmly lit room. At least there's ample seating, but tightly packed such that the passages for movement are cramped. The food displays and various open kitchens are well laid out and attractive, with clear labels indicating what each dish is.Service at Triple Three Restaurant is good. Staff are polite, professional, and efficient, seating diners quickly, and guiding them where needed. I also note they clear empty / dirty tables and plates quickly, which is always important in a buffet, preventing your table from being cluttered. If celebrating a birthday, staff at Triple Three Restaurant will surprise the guest with a cake, as well as sing the birthday song! The chefs at the various open kitchens also engage with guests, with the exception of the wine area, which isn't staffed, a barrier to enquiring about the various drinks.Food at Triple Three Restaurant is largely decent. The International buffet here features an extensive array of options, it's near impossible to try everything in 1 visit! The difficulty is deciding which of the 15 food stations and open kitchens is worth the stomach space, and because of their nightly themed buffet dinners, the types of dishes available change daily. I find their regular prices, at SGD $127 per person, to be very expensive, and not worth it, however, Triple Three Restaurant regularly has dining offers and promotions. Generally though, I find the buffet at Triple Three Restaurant to be above average, but not particularly outstanding, when compared to other hotel buffets.The artfully plated Pan-Seared Scallop With Avocado Puree features plump, fresh, meaty scallop, on a streak of creamy avocado puree. The delicate sweetness of the scallop is complemented by the grassy, earthy avocado. Beautiful!The star dish of my meal was the Honey Baked Ham, Sauteed Button Mushroom, Roast Zucchini, Roast Capsicum, Yorkshire Pudding, Honey Pineapple Glaze, Wholegrain Mustard. The smoky roasted vegetables of Sauteed Button Mushroom, Roast Zucchini, Roast Capsicum, pair well with the crisp Yorkshire Pudding. The Honey Baked Ham was outstanding, thick, meaty, and moist in texture, with a nice savoury salty smoky taste. Perfect, and best paired with the Honey Pineapple Glaze, which was rich, sweet, and fruity!Loved the Chocolate Mousse here, among the best I've eaten! The texture is creamy, thick, and rich, with intense chocolate flavour. The garnishings of blueberries, pistachio sponge cake, and chocolate balls, lend variety to each sweet mouthful, preventing it from being cloying. Excellent!Full Triple Three Restaurant review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2016/04/triple-three-restaurant.html continue reading
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Our company had our annual Christmas lunch at this buffet restaurant located at mandarin orchard along orchard road on 20th of December 2013.The buffet spread was above average. Their dessert variety is quite a lot however the quality was bad. Despite that, thumb up for the bread pudding which I preferred as the best dessert of the day. Their seafood range is limited but fresh. Sashimi is fresh too. Other local and western delight worth a try also. Their honey baked ham was juicy and decent. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-12
Aiya, it's buffet mah.. Buffet food in hotel is generally okay, not fantastic but then, it offers lotza varieties to stuff ourselves silly.. It's different objective! kekeSushi SpreadNot quite plentiful, but I was easily satisfied with just salmon.. HeeSalmon SushiTeppanyaki BeefThe teppanyaki beef was pretty good, very chewy and juicy. In fact, it tasted much better than the so called Wagyu beef ( picture below). I went for a couple more rounds for this, and dint finished my first portion of Wagyu beef. Haha..Wagyu BeefOn the other hand, wagyu beef was abeit too raw for my liking. I dun mind the bloody-ness, but it was too raw to chew. I tried chewing and chewing, and finally spitted it out coz it cant be swallowed. Kinda disappointing, as it was one of the dish that I was looking forward to.. haizHighlight of the day: Mini lobster! I dun take the oysters, so I had many portions of lobster to make it up! In fact, I probably had eaten at least 4-5 lobster. HeeThe lobster were really succulent but you know lah, they were small. Cold Station - Seafood and HamDesserts! Other than these, there are also soups, cooked food, chinese food, salad bar... To read more and view photos, please visit http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2010/11/triple-three-orchard-mandarin-hotel.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-06
An expensive buffet lunch but worth the high price because of its good service and quality spread of international crusines available here. Restaurant was really comfortable and cosy with really spacious layout here. Among the buffet spread, I enjoy the Japanese sotong balls and the raw salmon a lot. The salmons are very fresh and chewy. Dip in the wasabi soy sauce dip really taste great. The sotong balls are serve hot and are fresh and fragrant. For the price of $75 per adult, is certainly costly but worth your money. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-25
Good good does need to have quantity. It just needs quality. I visited Tripe Three for buffet lunch. It was expensive but the quality of food is good. The miso fish is as good as cod fish. The prawn is fresh. The best is the pumpkin soup. It is rich and thick in texture. Not to forget the sushi. The only thing that I don't like is the rice. It is good quality but it is too hard. Maybe not enough water ! Oh yes, the dessert is excellent. I am selective and chose the white chocolate cheese cake. The pineapple is super sweet. The food is excellent. continue reading
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