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Element Restaurant

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Inspired by the five elements in Chinese astrology: Metal, Wood, Water, Fire and Earth, this exciting new restaurant is a fusion of stylish minimalism and chic sophistication. Featuring an open kitchen concept and a Teppanyaki counter, a daily international lunch and dinner buffet is offered at Element.

Daily: 06:00 - 10:30

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:30

Sat, Sun &: 11:30 - 15:30

Daily: 18:30 - 22:00

+65 68792607
+65 68792555
$42 based on 23 submissions
Buffet (11 votes), Children/Family (6 votes), Dinner (6 votes)
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We have a great time dining at Element Restaurant. The dinner buffet spread is good, Fresh seafood, lobster, sashimi,ginseng chicken soup, peiking duct and lots of local dishes. My 3 kids only like Egg sushi which they don't have at their sushi counter. However, upon my request, they specially make some for the kinds. The restaurant Manager, Amin Adam, is very friendly and helpful. When we request some straws for their drinks, Amin was so thoughtful, he cut the straws to suit kids needs. Great service! All the staffs are friendly and efficient. Surely will visit again. 

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  • baby lobsters3 votes
  • sashimi3 votes
  • Different variations of Oysters2 votes
  • chempedek cake2 votes
  • crabs2 votes
  • ginseng chicken soup2 votes
  • Dessert1 vote
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• 29 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great Dining Experience

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We have a great time dining at Element Restaurant. The dinner buffet spread is good, Fresh seafood, lobster, sashimi,ginseng chicken soup, peiking duct and lots of local dishes. My 3 kids only like Egg sushi which they don't have at their sushi counter. However, upon my request, they specially make some for the kinds. The restaurant Manager, Amin Adam, is very friendly and helpful. When we request some straws for their drinks, Amin was so thoughtful, he cut the straws to suit kids needs. Great service! All the staffs are friendly and efficient. Surely will visit again. 
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• 29 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Buffet not worth the price

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  We decided to try out the Amara hotel dinner buffet to celebration my niece & nephew birthday since there a offered discounted price from Groupon.

There are quite many variety of seafood like crab, clam,prawn,oyster & mussels. oyster is quite fresh but crab is tastless. The most disspointed was the lobster, not fresh & salty. The waiter that serve the lobster is very rude.

The only corner I like was the dessert & the counter in-charge was very friendly & patient to introduce dessert to us.

Overall the buffet variety & choices  is very limited which disappointed us & not worth for the price. Will not visit again.
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• 22 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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We went to amara for birday celebration for my wife. We selected this place as we had earlier seen it was not crowded and featured an extensive array of seafood. The first thing I notice on entering that the place was quite spacious or it was the absence of crod that made us feel so. Secondly, we saw the buffet spread was limited. BUt for seafood lovers, there was everyhitng, oysters, lobster, crab (whole crabs as well), mussels (two types), clams, scallops, prawns, shashimi (tuna, octopus, meat, salmon), and sushi. Everything fresh, nothing was piled high and it was brought in small quantities, thick juicy slices of sashimi were prepared by chef on demand. The quality and freshness of food awesome. there was also smoked duck, beef, salmon etc. The maincourse section was quite limited, although the dishes on offer were delicious, especially the spanish food and lamb rack. They also provided ala-carte lobster laksa which was excellent.

The unique thing about this place is the service - the best i have experienced in Singapore. Your glasses get filled up and plates cleared quickly. Everyone smiles and listen to you. People offer to help you if you are carrying two plates, are glad to take pictures for you. They also brought a nicely decorated b'day cake for celebration. Just awesome. A nice place to sit, chat in a relaxed environment. And, yes, the desserts are awesome too. I will surely visit the place again.
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