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(Under Renovation) Open House

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A trendy international restaurant with an open concept dining. Serving buffet breakfast and a la carte menus for lunch and dinner, the restaurant’s dining highlights are inspired from the four live cooking stations at its main dining area. 

Breakfast: 6.00 am - 10.30 am, Dinner: 6.30 pm - 10.30 pm, Lunch: 12.00 pm - 2.30 pm

+65 66038855
$27 based on 19 submissions
Buffet (3 votes), Children/Family (3 votes), Dinner (3 votes)
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Decent and Value for Money Buffet!

For full review & photos, please visit: http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/06/lunch-buffet-at-open-house-grand-park.html
Overall it's quite a decent and value for money buffet. But the standard of the food and the service here has dropped quite a lot compared to year 2013. 
The service was average, not very efficient compared to last year as most of the staff was different and some of them seemed very young with no experience. We ordered 1 Orange Juice (Additional of $5++) but it was not served for very long until we told another staff. 
As the buffet prices here is not on the high side so it's still acceptable with the quality of the food and service here. But it would be good if they can improve in these two areas to attract more people.

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• 03 Jun 2014 • 119 reviews • 0 follower

Decent and Value for Money Buffet!

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For full review & photos, please visit: http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/06/lunch-buffet-at-open-house-grand-park.html
Overall it's quite a decent and value for money buffet. But the standard of the food and the service here has dropped quite a lot compared to year 2013. 
The service was average, not very efficient compared to last year as most of the staff was different and some of them seemed very young with no experience. We ordered 1 Orange Juice (Additional of $5++) but it was not served for very long until we told another staff. 
As the buffet prices here is not on the high side so it's still acceptable with the quality of the food and service here. But it would be good if they can improve in these two areas to attract more people.
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• 24 Apr 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Don't expect too much

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Food was not bad but the selection is a little disappointing. As the saying goes “you pay what you get”. At $28++ for a weekend buffet, I think it is considered pretty decent. Went there with 2 friends because there was a DBS card promotion of 1 dines free with every 2 paying adults. However, upon settling the bill, it was 1 dines free with every 3 paying adults! That made the entire experience awful. Was quite upset about the misleading information but other than this, the overall experience was ok.
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• 01 Jul 2013 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Not recommended

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Paid about $20 per pax due to the credit card promotion of 1-dines-free-with-2-paying adults.   The spread consisted of food like popiah, samosa, ngor hiang roll, fried chicken wings, satay(not bad), mee goreng(which was really just fried noodles and kway teow, not mee goreng at all), fried carrot cake and DIY rojak. There was a cook-to-order laksa and wanton mee booth. Both were just ok despite strong recommendation from the chef. Also served steaming hot were baskets of dim sum like Har Gow, Siu Mai and pork ribs. In addition there was a pizza corner(rather bland-tasting pizzas) and salad station. Desserts fared slightly better with typical cakes, kuehs, fruits, 2 hot desserts and ice cream. Coffee/tea is included.   The spread was not huge, which was reasonable considering the price of $25++. However, the food was really mediocre, especially the popiah. The skin was thick and the filling was tasteless. Worse, it had salted vegetables as fillings with an overpowering serving of garlic in it.   Will not recommend this place, unless you are looking for really cheap high tea.
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