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Cafe Mosaic

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Like how tesserae is brought together to form a mosaic piece, Cafe Mosaic is a contemporary cafe where Asian and Western culinary favourites are brought together, giving you a taste of what Singapore has to offer. Specialising in International buffet, Cafe Mosaic you to enjoy a plethora of International delicacies. Besides International buffet, the extensive a la carte menu features a wide array of Asian and Western Delights such as the signature Cafe Mosaic Burger, the delicious Nasi Goreng Istimewa and not forgetting 'Best of Both Worlds' offering diners a choice of one dish prepared in two different styles! Indulge in a heavenly match of Soup & Salad, Pasta in Tomato Basil & Carbonara Sauce, Beef & Seafood Hor Fun or Fried Black & White Carrot Cake.

Daily: 06:00 - 23:00

+65 63118195
$35 based on 33 submissions
Buffet (12 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (6 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (6 votes)
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Currently serving up international buffet dinner at $45++, I must say it is probably one of the cheapest dinner buffets around.

Like every buffet spread, they have their salad bar, cold cut platter, seafood, sushi, live cooking section etc. Thought the selection was small and the food was mediocre. Service wise, I was pretty much ignored. Had to ask the waitress to refill water 3 times and for her to clear my piling plates.

I dined during the period of their Durian promo(back in July)so they had a series of durian-infused sweet treats – Durian Crème brûlée, chocolate durian cake, durian puffs, durian pudding, durian ice cream. A little bizarre sounding for my non-durian-fan dining partner, but if you love durian ( which I didn't had a problem with) u're gonna love the durian puffs.

Likewise, pictures of the place/food in the url above.

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  • Desserts - cakes4 votes
  • black forest cake3 votes
  • seafood platter3 votes
  • Durian puffs2 votes
  • Crab Meat Soup1 vote
  • Tiramisu Cake1 vote
  • banana cake1 vote
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• 17 Nov 2014 • 445 reviews • 7 followers

Valentine Day dinner (backdated review) - lovely

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So, in lieu of the usual ala carte dinners of past years at French / Italian restaurants, it was my turn to plan for this year. I did some research and comparison, and decided to give Cafe Mosaic's Valentine's Buffet package a try. Cafe Mosaic is a contemporary cafe serving East-meets-West concept cuisine.

Nicely decorated with sugar-carved figurines and balloons, resplendent of romantic red-and-pink themes suitable for Valentine's Day, we could see that we were not the only ones eager for celebration at this new cafe. Many well-dressed couples were already at the door, lining up when we got there at 6.30pm.

We started with appetizers like salad and seafood and slowly worked our way through the Japanese delicacies and Chinese dimsum items. The spread had quite a few variety and assortments of items - typical buffet items. We dined to soft music playing in the background, and rather good service of the service crew who constantly came to check if we were good with our food etc.

I could not resist desserts of course - and they had plenty of cakes and chocolates decorated in lovely heart-shaped themes as well. Needless to say, these were very sweet endearments and the perfect finish to a savoury dinner.

For full review and photographs, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/02/valentines-dinner-at-cafe-mosaic.html
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• 11 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

mosaic cafe

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A wide variety of deserts ... Great place to be . Brought my family there ... Great place to celebrate your birthday .
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• 15 Apr 2014 • 59 reviews • 1 follower

Great variety of buffet spread

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Read my full review with more pictures
http://www.eatdreamlove.com/cafe_mosaic/

There is a good variety. From soup...chinese food...sashimi...salad...cold dishes...DESSERTS! The ambience is good for gatherings and business lunches. The service is swift and efficient. Only sad thing is they didn't serve fresh oysters.

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