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Cafe 2000

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Cafe 2000 offers all-day Western and Asian cuisine in Singapore. Savour the perennial favourites including the Premium Seafood Fried Rice and Chef's signature juicy steaks, grilled over charcoal to perfection.

Daily: 06:30 - 23:00

+65 65006112
$43 based on 23 submissions
Buffet (12 votes), Dinner (9 votes), After Work (7 votes)
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International Seafood & Barbecue Buffet

For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/06/cafe-2000-seafood-barbecue-buffet.html Cafe 2000 is located at the far end of the lobby. Aside it's claim for being a treasure trove of Asian and Western cuisine, the main focus should still fall on it's Seafood and Barbecue buffet which is only available during the weekends. I wouldn't admit that it has a wide array of buffet dishes, but the selection does suffice an average buffet-er. Since my initial choice was not able to accommodate extra presence during the weekend, the latter does not seem too bad. For myself, I frequent more of the non-seafood section, and I would say I did enjoy myself quite a bit. What's there for you to expect? They have sushi, sashimi, and soba in one corner for the Japanese cuisine, roasted beef and lamb, as well as sausages which are all re-grilled in seconds for hot serving. Besides these, Café 2000 do have as well, Chinese "siew mai", "char siew" bao, curry fish, salads, deep fried buns, steamed vegetables, and cheese pizza, etc. I headed straight for the Sushi but realised it was not quite a good start. Vinegar-ed rice is on the hard side, and ingredients does not seem fresh either. Perhaps for non-fussy eaters, it might be a passing grade. Café 2000 also has Soba, and I had a serving for myself. Same as the Sushi, it's just a mere ok. Chilli Crab is indeed fresh and meaty. Usually for seafood buffet, I wouldn't expect such kind of food standard. But Café 2000 has convinced me otherwise. This plate consists of Smoked SalmonMinced BeefPotato SaladQuail EggThai Squid, and perhaps TunaThai Squid is chewy, but I would rather give more compliments to the Smoked Salmon, which has also won the heart of my companion. A bit of each again, and generally it was good. The Deep Fried Bun can complement the Curry Fish, and the Salted Chicken although not tender, it still not considered on the tough range. The addition of Braised Pork is not exactly the appropriate combination, but it doesn't really matter to me. For the Sausage and Roasted Beef, the chef will grilled it before scooping it onto your plate. Sauces are available too to go with your meat. On the other hand, Roasted Lamb is much more tastier than the Roasted Beef. At the very least, it goes a lot more easier on the chewing part. Here my favourite Kueh and I took one of each. Other than the Red Bean Pancake which is too dry and barely swallowable, the Kueh(s) are nicely done and springy too.  Café 2000 has cakes, ice creams and even self-made Ice Kacang to mark the end of the buffet meal.  Although I don't remember the desserts I took, the Honeydew Pudding is the only one still etched in my mind, because of its unique pudding flavour yet one that I will not want to try again.  Overall, the buffet is still considered ok, despite the barely-pass grade for the Japanese cuisine section. 
For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/06/cafe-2000-seafood-barbecue-buffet.html

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• 31 May 2015 • 143 reviews • 5 followers

International Seafood & Barbecue Buffet

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For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/06/cafe-2000-seafood-barbecue-buffet.html Cafe 2000 is located at the far end of the lobby. Aside it's claim for being a treasure trove of Asian and Western cuisine, the main focus should still fall on it's Seafood and Barbecue buffet which is only available during the weekends. I wouldn't admit that it has a wide array of buffet dishes, but the selection does suffice an average buffet-er. Since my initial choice was not able to accommodate extra presence during the weekend, the latter does not seem too bad. For myself, I frequent more of the non-seafood section, and I would say I did enjoy myself quite a bit. What's there for you to expect? They have sushi, sashimi, and soba in one corner for the Japanese cuisine, roasted beef and lamb, as well as sausages which are all re-grilled in seconds for hot serving. Besides these, Café 2000 do have as well, Chinese "siew mai", "char siew" bao, curry fish, salads, deep fried buns, steamed vegetables, and cheese pizza, etc. I headed straight for the Sushi but realised it was not quite a good start. Vinegar-ed rice is on the hard side, and ingredients does not seem fresh either. Perhaps for non-fussy eaters, it might be a passing grade. Café 2000 also has Soba, and I had a serving for myself. Same as the Sushi, it's just a mere ok. Chilli Crab is indeed fresh and meaty. Usually for seafood buffet, I wouldn't expect such kind of food standard. But Café 2000 has convinced me otherwise. This plate consists of Smoked SalmonMinced BeefPotato SaladQuail EggThai Squid, and perhaps TunaThai Squid is chewy, but I would rather give more compliments to the Smoked Salmon, which has also won the heart of my companion. A bit of each again, and generally it was good. The Deep Fried Bun can complement the Curry Fish, and the Salted Chicken although not tender, it still not considered on the tough range. The addition of Braised Pork is not exactly the appropriate combination, but it doesn't really matter to me. For the Sausage and Roasted Beef, the chef will grilled it before scooping it onto your plate. Sauces are available too to go with your meat. On the other hand, Roasted Lamb is much more tastier than the Roasted Beef. At the very least, it goes a lot more easier on the chewing part. Here my favourite Kueh and I took one of each. Other than the Red Bean Pancake which is too dry and barely swallowable, the Kueh(s) are nicely done and springy too.  Café 2000 has cakes, ice creams and even self-made Ice Kacang to mark the end of the buffet meal.  Although I don't remember the desserts I took, the Honeydew Pudding is the only one still etched in my mind, because of its unique pudding flavour yet one that I will not want to try again.  Overall, the buffet is still considered ok, despite the barely-pass grade for the Japanese cuisine section. 
For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/06/cafe-2000-seafood-barbecue-buffet.html
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• 04 Sep 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

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Last night using Deals voucher having the buffer, overall the food and service are OK. But very dissapointed they replenish the oysters is almost every 10 to 15 minutes or more and just only 10 over pcs. At that area, I will recommand Amara Hotels, is much more better and cheaper if buying the Deal Voucher.
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• 19 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

great tasting food. worth it!

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The place was a little cramped and it got hard to walk around at some point of time but the food and service definately made up for it. Great for gatherings.
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