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Crossroads Cafe

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Located at the heart of Orchard Road, Crossroads Cafe takes casual dining to new heights with delicious food, great ambience and service. This local restaurant is the perfect place for people watching.

Sun to Wed & PH: 07.00am - 01.00am, Thurs to Sat & eve of PH: 07.00am - 03.00am

+65 67355800
$56 based on 16 submissions
After Work (4 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (4 votes), Lunch (4 votes)
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Good Buffet Spread!

Conveniently located at Marriot Hotel, at the crossroads of Orchard Road and Scotts Road, Crossroads Cafe offers ala carte, buffet lunch, high tea and buffet dinner.

The restaurant overlooks the busy pedestrain walkway and has indoor and outdoor seating. 

I visited last weekend with my family and we had the buffet lunch. 

There is a wide variety of cuisine available, and you will be spoilt for choice:
- Cold cuts (Parma Ham and Ham), Cheeses and Breads
- Seafood: Oysters, Mussels and Prawns
- Soup: Chinese (Old Winter Melon and Barley Soup) and Western soup (Pumpkin Soup)
- Japanese: Sashimi and Sushi
- Italian Pastas - cooked to order
- Chinese: Chicken Rice
- Indian: Paneer (Cheese), Curry Fish
- Western: Beef Short rib and assortment of vegetables
- Oven specials: Crispy pork knuckle & Roast Beef with wide range of condiments
- Desserts: Cakes, ice cream, bread puddings and more

Not forgetting freshly-brewed coffee and Tea (They served TWG Tea). 

Overall, the food quality if good and the restaurant was full when I was there last weekend.

If you are looking for a restuarant located at a convenient location just outside CBD, you can visit this restaurant.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • greek salad2 votes
  • Fresh Oysters1 vote
  • Iberico Bellota Lollipop1 vote
  • Old School English Trifle1 vote
  • Pork Knuckle1 vote
  • Pork Loin (when available)1 vote
  • mushroom soup1 vote
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• 15 Sep 2014 • 404 reviews • 3 followers

Good Buffet Spread!

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Conveniently located at Marriot Hotel, at the crossroads of Orchard Road and Scotts Road, Crossroads Cafe offers ala carte, buffet lunch, high tea and buffet dinner.

The restaurant overlooks the busy pedestrain walkway and has indoor and outdoor seating. 

I visited last weekend with my family and we had the buffet lunch. 

There is a wide variety of cuisine available, and you will be spoilt for choice:
- Cold cuts (Parma Ham and Ham), Cheeses and Breads
- Seafood: Oysters, Mussels and Prawns
- Soup: Chinese (Old Winter Melon and Barley Soup) and Western soup (Pumpkin Soup)
- Japanese: Sashimi and Sushi
- Italian Pastas - cooked to order
- Chinese: Chicken Rice
- Indian: Paneer (Cheese), Curry Fish
- Western: Beef Short rib and assortment of vegetables
- Oven specials: Crispy pork knuckle & Roast Beef with wide range of condiments
- Desserts: Cakes, ice cream, bread puddings and more

Not forgetting freshly-brewed coffee and Tea (They served TWG Tea). 

Overall, the food quality if good and the restaurant was full when I was there last weekend.

If you are looking for a restuarant located at a convenient location just outside CBD, you can visit this restaurant.
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  • Fresh Oysters
• 18 Apr 2014 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Interesting venue for supper

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This is usually my prefered late night supper place, good location for people watching and food are well price and loves the mushroom soup, sandwich are pretty huge, good wine selectiion. Not easy to look for a venue which open till pretty late. Love the hokkein mee and nasi goreng. Is really good

Service is prompt and friendly. Kudos to the team.

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• 09 Feb 2014 • 449 reviews • 7 followers

Breakfast at Crossroads Cafe

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Having passed by this alfresco-concept restaurant with ceiling fans and a wide arena for diners to enjoy people watching, I have always been wanting to dine here. Opportunity finally presented itself and I had breakfast there.

The Marriott Breakfast Set is sumptuous - an authentic American breakfast heaven consisting of all the essentials. My healthier oatmeal and muesli set was tasty too. 

We enjoyed the food and overall ambience - for more details and photos, please visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2013/11/breakfast-at-crossroads-cafe-marriott.html


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