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HalalInternational
Address: Level 4, Marina Mandarin Hotel, 6 Raffles Boulevard, 039594
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13 Oct 2013
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Wide variety of food

This is my second visit to Aquamarine for dinner buffet and I must say it is one of the best halal buffets in town! Excellent choices of food and desserts. Prices were slightly steep but for a 1 for 1 promotion, it is a good deal. Overall, an awesome buffet place for a family or friends to dine in.     
Must Tries
durian pengat, Oysters, pastries, Seafood
Average Spend
$400 for 6 pax
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delish

good spread of desserts. went to aquamarine to try their high tea. expensive but I guess it's for the food, standard and also be cos of the hotel. would go back.
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christmas dinner spread

full review: http://www.jacqsowhat.com/2015/12/aquamarine-dinner-buffet-marina.html

We were here for our annual D&D is also because AquaMarina is halal certified for every food station, though not the restaurant itself as they serve alcohol. AquaMarine serves up a wide range of seafood, nicely plated in a circular seafood bar. Seafood lovers can indulge with endless servings of snow crabs, steamed live prawns, clams, fresh oysters lobster, black mussels from France and many more. Most of them are rather fresh especially its sashimi.There are nonya kuehs, mousses, kueh lapis, cakes as well as pastries like egg tarts. Don't forget to try AquaMarine's signature Durian Pengat.

Also something to note, the usual buffet only comes with water, coffee of tea. An additional top up is required for free flow of fruit juices.
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Worth the try

we parked the car at marina sq. had a hard time getting into marina mandarin hotel shortcut frm the shopping ctr. anw we got a large round table near to the buffet spread. find the seafood slightly salty..but they were fresh. loved the pengat durian n roasted beef. nice dessert and other mains. power failure where satay was served outdoors. it was one of the weekend in oct 2015. poor guy used his hp to light up the sambal fish while i scooped a serving. for muslims the prayer area is here. yes it is affected frm the blackout too. 2 separate tentages for men n women. come with prayer mats and telekung for ladies. unfortunately i dont think anyone is helping to maintain this area. i thot i saw ppl perform ablution at the side (semi outdoors). back to the retaurant, their svc is of course top notch. i like the ppl. surprised bday mom with a slice of cake. kids under 5 dines for free. as long as they have not passed their 5th bday, no qns asked. there were 8 adults + 3 kids + 3 toddlers + 1 baby. discount given for certain credit cards. i think saved a lot here.
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Fantastic

Had a fantastic experience dining with my friends and family here. The seafood is amazing!

Enjoyed myself truly. What's best is I recently went during the month of Ramadan and they have a fantastic new area for prayers. It was so convenient and a plus for me. You can solat there and eat and not worry about missing solat. Staff is also top class always assisting me and my son's needs.
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Halal certified, exciting variety of buffet spread and delicious

International 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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