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Crystal Cafe

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Located on Killiney Road, Crystal Cafe specializes in Singaporean food.

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 68302020
$17 based on 13 submissions
Cheap Eat/Budget (3 votes), Children/Family (3 votes), Lunch (3 votes)
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Porridge Buffet

Orchard Grand Court’s Crystal Café Taiwan buffet porridge spread proves that you can find cheap eats in a hotel in the heart of town. Dig into standard braised items such as pork trotters, pork belly, chicken wings, chicken feet, tau pok (tofu cakes) and tau kee (beancurd skin). The dishes have a down-to-earth homemade flavour – just the way grandma makes it. Lunchtime on weekdays sees an office crowd; on weekends, the place is incredibly popular with families. For more best buffets reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/52-best-buffets-in-singapore-*gid-fc280400/photos/#34df0700

The HGW community like this place for...

  • braised duck2 votes
  • Good to try all dishes1 vote
  • Porridge Buffet1 vote
  • chicken curry1 vote
  • fried fish1 vote
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• 20 Mar 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Been there once but was extremely dissappointed by the way they handle customer. Lousy service and unfriendly service crew! Will never go there again!
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• 18 Oct 2013 • 230 reviews • 4 followers

Porridge Buffet

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Orchard Grand Court’s Crystal Café Taiwan buffet porridge spread proves that you can find cheap eats in a hotel in the heart of town. Dig into standard braised items such as pork trotters, pork belly, chicken wings, chicken feet, tau pok (tofu cakes) and tau kee (beancurd skin). The dishes have a down-to-earth homemade flavour – just the way grandma makes it. Lunchtime on weekdays sees an office crowd; on weekends, the place is incredibly popular with families. For more best buffets reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/52-best-buffets-in-singapore-*gid-fc280400/photos/#34df0700
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• 11 Dec 2011 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

For $13.90+ what do u expect?

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Read about the porridge buffet and decided to try it out on a lazy Saturday afternoon. Called @ 2pm and was told no need reservation as buffet till 5pm and plentiful of space. Reached @ 3 and at most two families in cafe. Food was so-so, normal porridge fair. So called pig trotters were so-so, nothing to crow about. Service was extremely bad. Saw @ least 5 waitresses standing around but not once came to clear empty bowls and plates on table. Only time they did clear was we went for the dessert . Wife and I agreed that we never come again. Btw, where's the braised duck, the chicken curry, the fried fish????
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