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Pariss International Seafood Buffet (Marina Square) (巴黎国际海鲜百汇餐饮集团)

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Pariss International Seafood Buffet is located at Marina Square and specialises in fusion food

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 17:30 - 22:00

Sat - Sun: 11:30 - 16:00

Sat - Sun: 17:30 - 22:00

+65 62586688
$36 based on 16 submissions
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Best honey chicken I have had in my life. Classy place that's always really busy. Staff friendly and attentive and quick service. Food is beautiful, highly recommend!

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• 18 Feb 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

This is truly a terrible place to go

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I bought a voucher on deal.com for Pariss's lunch buffet. The food was extremely terrible. It was run-off-the-mill food that would make a visit to the hawker centre a much more satisfying experience. I was truly disappointed, given the price of the buffet. 

To add insult to injury, the place was proliferated with visitors from mainland China. While I personally do not have a problem with them, there was one of them who redefined by impression of them (in an adverse way). The background is as follows: The most popular dish was the chilli crab/black pepper crab (which, if I might add, just ordinary). There was one of these mainland chinese who camped at the crab section and manipulated the tongs, so much so that when the chef replenished the crab, it was gone in a jiffy. While it did not affect me, given that the food was already so deplorable, it provided such a bad experience and a laugh, as many who left their seats a moment slower was only left with crab sauce. 

To anybody who is thinking of giving this place a try, please do not even give this place a thought. It does not serve decent food and the ambience is terrible. The worst part is that it is so exorbitant for such substandard food.
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• 27 Dec 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Pariss High Tea - Disappointment

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Recently,+I+bought+from+groupon+Pariss's+high+tea+for+11+of+us+at+the+value+of+S$18.50nett+each.+We+went+on+23+Dec+2012+but+it+turned+out+to+be+a+disappointment.+The+food+quality+is+like+mass+production+and+taste+sucks.+Maybe+due+to+the+promotion+the+restaurant+was+crowded.+We+got+to+queue+for+every+items.
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• 06 Nov 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Absurd place with ridiculous high pricing. Low quality food and service!

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Never ever patronise this place! Any other buffet restaurant can be better. It was actually a surprise that the standard dropped so much bcoz I've been there a few yrs back but it totally changed now. Don't waste your money (for my case it's $49.80nett/pax) on low quality food and service! Counters were seen with empty plates with no intention to refill. Even cheap food such as satays and tiny larva cakes were served 'once in a while', but were gone in no time. The sashimi wasn't fresh and srsly supermarkets serve better sushi. Even the tom yam soup were out to make you lose appetite as it numbed your tongue. The desserts were pathetic and not appealing at all. Total disappointment!
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