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
$43 based on 22 submissions
Buffet (11 votes), Dinner (8 votes), After Work (6 votes)
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.
With a couple of close clients and good friends working in the vicnity of M Hotel Singapore, it was inevitable that we would end up doing lunches at Cafe 2000 at M Hotel. So we did, yes, and it is a lovely place to dine in, regardless of whether you choose the buffet or order from the a la carte menus.
The cafe is always filled up with busy executives / business types during lunch hour, and the polite hosts always manages to find seats for us despite of the lack of reservations of crowdedness. We appreciated that, of course. This elegantly-furnished place comes with an easy-going setting and comfortable hues of brown-beige tones to provide diners a totally relaxed meal setting.
I had the Smoked Salmon Salad - fresh salmon amongst sweet, crisp greens endorsed with flakes of cheese - this salad is healthy and absolutely delicious.
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