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AquaMarine

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AquaMarine on level 4 of the Marina Mandarin Hotel serves up a sumptuous buffet spread of seafood and international cuisines. Alongside an enticing a la carte menu of local favourites, it is complemented by an alfresco dining alternative.

Daily: 06:30 - 10:30

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 16:30 - 22:30

+65 68451111
$51 based on 47 submissions
Buffet (23 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (17 votes), Dinner (16 votes)
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Halal certified, exciting variety of buffet spread and delicious

ternational buffets are the perfect place for large party gatherings, from company dinner to family occasion. Having received its halal certification, Aquamarine joins a small list of halal hotel buffets in Singapore. Akin to its competitors, this buffet offers an exciting myriad of international and local cuisines. The most sought after seafood bar is well-stocked with fresh shellfish and crustaceans. The Alaskan King Crab is hard to miss. The rest of the buffet spread is divided into Japanese (sushi, sashimi & cha soba), Local (laksa, chicken rice), Indian (briyani, naans and curries) and of course Dessert (cakes, puddings, fresh fruits, and nonya kuehs) You might not feel like you've eaten your worth, since a human stomach has its limits. But I love how every dish is prepared meticulously and with passion.

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  • Oysters9 votes
  • durian pengat5 votes
  • pastries5 votes
  • Seafood3 votes
  • roast duck3 votes
  • bur bur cha cha2 votes
  • desserts2 votes
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• 05 Mar 2015 • 50 reviews • 0 follower

Halal certified, exciting variety of buffet spread and delicious

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ternational buffets are the perfect place for large party gatherings, from company dinner to family occasion. Having received its halal certification, Aquamarine joins a small list of halal hotel buffets in Singapore. Akin to its competitors, this buffet offers an exciting myriad of international and local cuisines. The most sought after seafood bar is well-stocked with fresh shellfish and crustaceans. The Alaskan King Crab is hard to miss. The rest of the buffet spread is divided into Japanese (sushi, sashimi & cha soba), Local (laksa, chicken rice), Indian (briyani, naans and curries) and of course Dessert (cakes, puddings, fresh fruits, and nonya kuehs) You might not feel like you've eaten your worth, since a human stomach has its limits. But I love how every dish is prepared meticulously and with passion.

For other reviews, please visit https://whattoeatah.wordpress.com
you can also find me on instagram @whattoeatah
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• 13 Jun 2014 • 72 reviews • 1 follower

International Buffet

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For more pictures & read up, check out the blog link http://hazeldiary.com/aquamarine-marina-mandarin-hotel/

We were greeted by the smell of seafoods when we stepped into the restaurant. There is a seafood section right in the heart of the restaurant that drawn my attention. Various selections of seafoods are displayed beautifully on the section with labels on the side. Fresh oysters, snowcrabs and fresh prawns are the ones that you wouldn’t want to miss out.
Western cuisines and Chinese cooked sections are available at the right corner of the restaurant. Choices for Chinese cooked foods are limited. As for western cuisines, foods such as roasted chicken, pizza and spaghetti are available for serving as well.
here is also hands-on section where diners can customize their version of Singapore Laksa and kueh pie tee. Ingredients are readily available on the display.
Appertizer section that provides the salad selections and various cheeses are available too.
Japanese cuisine section is not a miss when comes to buffet. Fresh sashimi is a must to have for myself. There are three different types of sashimi served that day- Salmon, Tuna and sea bream. The chef will prepare the portion of the choice of sashimi on the spot upon request. I requested for 2 persons and he is quite generous with the portion and end up I didn’t went for the second serving. Tempuras, assorted sushi and chawanmushi are available at the section too.
Desserts section was an eye candy for me.The colourful spread of choices which tempt you to try almost all of it. The cakes are in a small portion so that we, diners can try a bit of everything. I think it is a good way to reduce wastage as well. Durian pengat is available too.I am loving it! Freshly cut fruits are available. There is also ice-kacang maker machine available for us to customize. Topping choices for ice-creams and ice-kacang are nicely spread across the section. Nyonya kuehs are found at the other side of the section next to the desserts.

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• 20 May 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Great ambience

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Ambience was great. Service was very good. Food was so so. Very expensive. Choose Carousel instead. Not worth the money at all.
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