So my friends and I wanted to have a buffet dinner but we couldn't decide where to go... then someone said there are some Pariss vouchers selling on OOmall.SG... we checked it out... the price online was 22% OFF the usual rate so why not right? We made a purchase for 6 adults and went down that evening.
It was my first visit there... I quite like the fact that they are quite spacious... plenty of moving space for people to move in and out of their tables to get food from the buffet counters... unlike other buffet restaurants where they squeeze in as many tables as possible to maximise the number of diners... making it very troublesome for their diners to go for their food.
The service staff were friendly, alert and always ready to take our A la carte orders... I was pleasantly surprised when I asked for my first serving of fresh oysters and I received 2 servings... the service may not be First Class... but it sure beat other restaurants with service staff who pretend to be busy and ignore customers!
Personally, I am not very particular about taste but I do pay attention to the freshness of the food... The food selection at Pariss is similar to other buffet restaurants... nothing to shout about really... I like the fact that their oysters are not left on the counter for people to grab... they actually require guests to request for their fresh oyster servings... they will then serve it at your table... freshly prepared from the kitchen... just the way I like it!
With the special discount from OOmall.SG and the unlimited supply of fresh oysters and A la carte chilli crabs... my friends and I enjoyed ourselves at Pariss. For the price we were paying... it was well worth it!
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.
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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