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Carousel

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Breakfast

$32.00++

$37.66 nett

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$23.54 nett

$32.00++

$37.66 nett

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$23.54 nett

Lunch

$52.00++

$61.20 nett

$32.00++

$37.66 nett

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$70.62 nett

$38.00++

$44.73 nett

High Tea

$42.00++

$49.43 nett

$27.00++

$31.78 nett

$48.00++

$56.50 nett

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$37.66 nett

Dinner

$70.00++

$82.39 nett

$42.00++

$49.43 nett

$83.00++

$97.69 nett

$49.00++

$57.67 nett

 

Carousel at Royal Plaza on Scotts is an international buffet restaurant that caters to all tastes with seven open-concept halal-certified kitchens serving a sumptuous variety of international cuisines including Asian, Japanese and Mediterranean. Seafood lovers will be delighted to find up to 12 types of fresh seafood for them to choose from at the signature seafood counter. Guests can also indulge in a wide variety of desserts such as the restaurant’s signature bread and butter pudding, assorted cakes and pastries as well as three flavours of chocolate fondue.

Daily: 06:00 - 21:30

Daily: 12:00 - 14:00

Daily: 15:30 - 17:30

Daily: 18:30 - 21:30

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Buffet (75 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (56 votes), Children/Family (47 votes)
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Carousel buffet

The food is very fresh and tasty.
The service is good also, and they celebrate birthdays for people in a very nice way.
I really enjoyed the time there! It has a good ambience and I feel that the price is worth it :-)

The HGW community like this place for...

  • seafood spread35 votes
  • desserts27 votes
  • bread n butter pudding14 votes
  • sashimi14 votes
  • roasts9 votes
  • Pasta5 votes
  • salmon sashimi5 votes
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• 29 May 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Severe food poisoning after dining here

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I made a booking for lunch to celebrate a special occasion for loved ones due to the overwhelming positive reviews I read online. After lunching here however, all of us experienced food poisoning symptoms and my loved ones had high fever the next day. The management implied that they are impeccable and refused to be responsible when I shared my concerns. For your own health's sake, stay away from this restaurant. Even bad tasting food is better than one which will make u sick.
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• 28 May 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

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I made a booking for lunch to celebrate a special occasion for loved ones due to the overwhelming positive reviews I read online. After lunching here however, all of us experienced food poisoning symptoms and my loved ones had high fever the next day. The management implied that they are impeccable and refused to be responsible when I shared my concerns. For your own health's sake, stay away from this restaurant. Even bad tasting food is better than one which will make u sick.
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• 14 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great staff and ambience but bad food (no value for money)

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Having a buffet at this price, one would at least expect A good range of food made with fresh ingredients and also cooked to a certain degree of care.

some dishes were really oily and the greasy floats above the food creating a disgusting layer. Some ingredients are seen behind the chef in shrink wrap and simply removed and plated when it already tastes stale. For example crayfish are so overcooked the flesh is removed in scraps, seriously come on.

The plus point is that the desserts are a good selection however ig you are a serious fan of desserts, you would have better places to go and a buffet being known for just desserts just doesn't cut it for the price. No cold beverages are provided except for cold water even though the hefty price tags.
There's much better choices out there for a lower price.
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