Daily: 06:30 - 10:30
Daily: 12:00 - 23:30
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.
We went for Café Brio's BBQ High Tea Buffet today after reading about it from this blog (https://singaporeaneats.wordpress.com/2014/10/06/cafe-brios-new-high-tea-barbecue-buffet/) and we ate till we were stuffed!
There were sushi and hand rolls but no sashimi, sandwiches, salads, Chinese cold platter (the century eggs are always not there when I want them), nasi lemak, carrot cake (very good), rojak, laksa (ok) and dim sum (siew mai and har kow). But the main attraction was the barbequed food. The chicken satay, chicken wings and sausages were extremely tasty and well-marinated. There was even cuttlefish but it tasted a bit burnt. Desserts were alright but what caught my eye was the durian pudding and muah chee. Good!
Overall, a nice high tea for the price of $38++ per person.
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.
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