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Indulge At Park

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Indulge at Park takes your breath away with an extensive epicurean feast that will leave you spoilt for choice. Indulge in pure ambrosia as we tease your taste buds with a scrumptious International Buffet showcasing Continental, Asian and local specialties, fresh salads, appetizers and desserts.

Mon - Sun: 06:30 - 22:30

Mon - Sun: 12:00 - 14:30

Mon - Sun: 18:30 - 23:00

$35 based on 20 submissions
Buffet (8 votes), After Work (6 votes), Dinner (6 votes)
Irene Tan

Didn't start off at the right foot but it definitely ended well

1st impression wasn't that fantastic but it definitely wasn't representative though. Thanks to F & B Manager, Mr Andy Chua, I had a chance to experience their warm services & try out their wide variety of desserts. Particularly impressed with the excellent service from a young gentleman named Way. He was clearing the tables so quickly & always serving with a great smile. Ms Fyon was also very friendly & attentive to customers' needs. They have a nice BBQ corner too. It'll be better if they could increase the variety of the main spread. But great service always act as a magnet to attract people back.

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11 May 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Didn't start off at the right foot but it definitely ended well

1st impression wasn't that fantastic but it definitely wasn't representative though. Thanks to F & B Manager, Mr Andy Chua, I had a chance to experience their warm services & try out their wide variety of desserts. Particularly impressed with the excellent service from a young gentleman named Way. He was clearing the tables so quickly & always serving with a great smile. Ms Fyon was also very friendly & attentive to customers' needs. They have a nice BBQ corner too. It'll be better if they could increase the variety of the main spread. But great service always act as a magnet to attract people back.
06 Nov 2013 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Sunday Brunch Buffet

Made an impromptu visit as we learnt that for the month of November, it is all about Chocolates! So in additional to the usual fare of seafood and internation delights, there will be more chocolates desserts & delights available. Yumz!

Apart from the usual prawns, mussels, sashimi, scallops, crayfish, oysters on ice, we were presently surprised that there are Alaska crab legs and lobsters too! All these are really fresh. For someone like me who don't eat oysters, I manage to woof down 5 oysters. That is how fresh it is. No fishy taste at all.

Cooked food selections wise, there is quite a good variety of chinese (eg 
:  Smoke Duck Breast, Braised short rib, seasonal greens) and western (eg : pasta, oven roasted lamb rack, baked salmon).

We were most taken by the variety of desserts that day - durian penyat, cakes, macaroons, bread & butter pudding and the gelato.

Service wise, the service staff were quite attentive and helpful. Downside, they do not have ebough baby chair.

For more details, pls refer to http://pixieprissie.blogspot.com/2013/11/lunch-indulge-at-park-grand-park-city.html


25 Jan 2013 • 219 reviews • 16 followers

Good buffet choice ~

My mum for some reason had a random buffet craving and picked this place for her birthday dinner. Strange choice I thought as Grand Park was never in my mind for food. But heck, I put forth my trust in the Park Hotel Group brand and we went for it.

Which turned out to be a good choice~

Ambience - The way to the hotel can be packed if you go during weekends but once you step into the hotel, it's nice and quiet. You can hardly tell looking at the exteriors of the hotel that the inside is almost luxe and elegant but it was.

Price - $48++ per pax for a Sunday buffet dinner, with 20% discount with DBS cards. We paid about $135 for 3pax as the discount barely scrapped off the ++ but better than nothing I guess.

Selection & quality - the selection was good in my opinion, ranging from very fresh seafood (lobsters!) to sushis, appetizers (spinach tofus, cured meats), salads (with mutiple toppings), carving stations (roased pork leg anyone), soups (tomato and salted duck), hot dishes (indian curries, steamed fish, roasted root veg, risotto, pastas) and finally desserts galore (chocolate fondue, macaroons, ice cream, cookies, egg tarts, strudels). Except for the salted duck soup, everything was rather good! The buffet comes with coffee / tea too.

Service - Only a few other tables were filled, so service was not so bad, except for the times when a handful of staff were more engrossed in spacing out than watching for patrons waving for attention.

We had a surprisingly good experience, although I'm not sure if the quality can be maintained. I also did spot their Sunday champagne brunch priced at $100 per pax inclusive of free flow champagne, wines, and beers - which looks like a good deal as compared to other hotels' champagne brunches.
18 Jun 2012 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

Saturday Buffet Dinner

Was there on a Saturday night for the buffet dinner. Sat between the interior of the restaurant and the lounge opposite. Ambience wise was good as live music from lounge accompanied the dinner.

Food wise, we started off with the cold seafood section. Only the salmon sashimi and the cold poached prawns were good. The rest were disappointing. Didn’t try the oysters though…not a fan of that.

Next was the Japanese section. It was just a small part consisting of some sushi & maki and soba noodles. The only comment I have is, you can avoid this section and save your stomach space for other food. The salad section beside it was better. Tried a variety of different kinds of salads and the mushroom salad apparently stood out, even though I was not a huge fan of mushrooms. The other salads were ok, not too bad. The 2 kinds of hams were also quite good.

Onto the hot food, there was roasted beef and chicken, baked whole salmon in tomato sauce, some kind of vegetable fritter, fried pappadum & belinjo crackers (Really? At a buffet?), vegetable curry, green vegetable, some kind of tofu, lamb chop and a potato cheese gratin. There were a few more dishes but I could not recall what they were. The live station that night was mee siam. Dishes that were worthy of a second helping were the lamb chop and the potato cheese gratin. The cheese in the gratin were all almost scrapped off, leaving only a small bit of cheese and chunks of potatoes but still delicious nonetheless. The roast chicken was similar, all the skin were gone, leaving only all the dry breast meat on the tray.

Desserts wise, it consisted on a few kinds of bite-sized cakes (ok, maybe 2-3 bites), durian pengat, ice cream, chocolate fountain and fresh fruits. There was also portugese egg tarts ala KFC style. There were 2 flavours for the egg tarts, original & kaya. You can’t really taste the difference between the two but still quite nice. I would prefer KFC one slightly because they have more eggy taste IMO. Durian pengat and a chocolate cake was also nice. The chocolate was sweet and nice as usual but just 2 rounds would be enough if you do not want to end up being “jelak” or bloated.

The buffet includes soft drinks like Pepsi, MUG root beer and Mirinda grape. Also included are coffee and a selection of teabags, self-service or you could request from the waitress. You can sit back and relax, sipping tea and listening to the live band after your dinner.

All in all, a good place to try a buffet dinner. There was, if I remember, a 1 free for every 3 paying guests promo going on. You could check for that.

05 Dec 2011 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

poor food standard for 5 star hotel

I had lunch at Indulge At Park on 7 Nov 11 (hawker fare promo).

Unfortunately, the food standard had dropped drastically.

Wasabi Prawn - the buffet steamer made the suppose crispy prawn soggy which ruined the whole thing

Sweet Sour Chicken - another item that have gone wrong. everything sticking together

Tim Sum - har gow - skin is too thick, not expected from Hotel standard. The other tim sum served were also not up to standard.

Really not worth for the money paid.