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Cafe Brio's

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It is an ideal choice for buffet lovers as it features an exciting international buffet spread, hot Asian and Western dishes as well as an amazing selection of desserts.

Daily: 06:30 - 10:30

Daily: 12:00 - 23:30

+65 62331100
$35 based on 43 submissions
Buffet (17 votes), Dinner (10 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (9 votes)
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Hearty brunch at Brio's

Cafe Brio's is located at the lobby level of Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, a distinctive cafe with a lovely piano and clean-cut counters offering international buffet with a heavy Asian touch to it.

If one prefers, they could choose to sit outdoors and dine alfresco by the river and enjoy some breezes caressing their faces over their meals. It looks more electrifying at night, but we were there for breakfast / brunch - served between 6.30am - 10.30am daily.

The spread was rather wide - ranging from the usual breakfasty stuff such as pancakes, yogurt, assortment of pastries, crispy bacon, hash brown , ham and cereal etc. The pastries were crispy and fluffy - fresh, and tasty. Then there were fruits, congee with ingredients on the side, eggs, baked beans, array of juices and some noodles. We had a rather balanced brunch, I must say. The food was good, and the music was soothing. The service crew was rather courteous, hence it made the dining experience awesome. Breakfast pricing per pax is SGD$23.00 for Continental delights and SGD$30.00 for American - go for the latter, there's more variety.

For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/12/buffet-breakfast-at-cafe-brios-grand.html

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• 29 Dec 2014 • 435 reviews • 7 followers

Hearty brunch at Brio's

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Cafe Brio's is located at the lobby level of Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, a distinctive cafe with a lovely piano and clean-cut counters offering international buffet with a heavy Asian touch to it.

If one prefers, they could choose to sit outdoors and dine alfresco by the river and enjoy some breezes caressing their faces over their meals. It looks more electrifying at night, but we were there for breakfast / brunch - served between 6.30am - 10.30am daily.

The spread was rather wide - ranging from the usual breakfasty stuff such as pancakes, yogurt, assortment of pastries, crispy bacon, hash brown , ham and cereal etc. The pastries were crispy and fluffy - fresh, and tasty. Then there were fruits, congee with ingredients on the side, eggs, baked beans, array of juices and some noodles. We had a rather balanced brunch, I must say. The food was good, and the music was soothing. The service crew was rather courteous, hence it made the dining experience awesome. Breakfast pricing per pax is SGD$23.00 for Continental delights and SGD$30.00 for American - go for the latter, there's more variety.

For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/12/buffet-breakfast-at-cafe-brios-grand.html

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• 20 Dec 2014 • 261 reviews • 8 followers

Quality Buffet at Reasonable Price

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A giant 15 feet Christmas Tree greeted me when I stepped into the lobby. Making a detour around it, I spotted a familiar figure--Mr Santa--resting happily in the goodie house and surrounded by his old friends, Mr and Mrs Gingerbread Men. The cheery festive spirits at Grand Waterfront Copthorne Waterfront were highly infectious and they definitely pumped up my appetite to indulge in the Yuletide treats at Cafe Brio's. I summed up FIVE REASONS why this is a great location to wine, dine and be merry! Salads, Live Station for meatballs and laksa, meats, desserts etc were amazing. For full review visit; www.dairycream.blogspot.com 
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• 19 Nov 2014 • 212 reviews • 5 followers

Cafe Brio's: Buffet At Grand Corpthorne Waterfront Hotel

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Cafe Brio's is one of the few restaurants available over here and is situated at the first level.
The International buffet served here showcases a range of distinctive cuisine such as exciting spread of fresh shellfish, sashimi, sushi, salads, assorted appetizers, hot Asian and Western dishes as well as an amazing selection of desserts that are bound to whet your appetite.

This buffet was $68++.

More pics and thoughts at
http://lepakwithyaops.com/cafe-brios-buffet-at-grand-corpthorne-waterfront-hotel/
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