The mother of all buffet guides in Singapore. Read our guides on the best buffets for any occasion, cuisine craving or budget range; or use our comprehensive filters to find a buffet based on your location, budget and other preferences.
Tried their fish & chips ($18) which I heard was one of their house specials. The batter is quite different from the usual batter which most places serve - here it is lighter, crispier and paler looking - a bit like goreng pisang better for want of a better comparison. I think I still prefer the traditional fish and chips pub grub version.
Based on the recommendation of list of must-tries by HGW reviewers, I also ventured to try the baked apple and rhubarb pie ($11) which was unique in came in a puff pastry which covered a bowl which contained the caramelised apples, raisins and rhubarb which was just the right amount of sweetness. Also served with a scoop of vanilla bean ice-cream. It was not bad but I think I still prefer traditional apple pie...don't really fancy the runniness of the filling but it's just my personal preference.
Also had a strawberry margarita ($15) which was yummy.
If you're looking for a spot to rest the legs, grab a quick bite and people watch, Aerin's will do just the trick.
Also remember to whip out the OCBC card if you have one.
Fish & Chips, Apple and Rhubarb Pie
Lunch, Dinner, Girls Night Out, After Work, Vibrant/Noisy, People Watching
$30 for 1 pax
0 people found this review useful
Was it useful to you?Yes