Mon - Sun: 06:30 - 22:30
Mon - Sun: 12:00 - 14:30
Mon - Sun: 18:30 - 23:00
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.
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.
For full review, please visit https://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2014/09/20/indulge-at-park-grand-park-city-hall/
You get a wide variety of japanese sushi (sashimi too!), BBQ western cuisine (salmon steak, lamb chop, etc), local delights (mee goreng, curry, sweet and sour fishes, soups, spring rolls, kuehs, etc), seafood (crabs, crayfishes, oysters, prawns, etc), make-your-own-salad, desserts (cakes, pies, chocolates, fruits, fondues, cookies, tarts, ice-creams, etc)!
Full review: http://www.jacqsowhat.com/2015/05/indulge-park-weekend-asian-bbq-buffet.html
Had the privilege to indulge in Grand's Park weekend Asian BBQ buffet at indulge, going at $62++. The dinner buffet sees a premium selection of 10 meats and seafood including lobsters, scallops, US flat rib beef, salmon steak, tiger prawn, oyster, Australian lamb, chicken thigh, beef striploin steak and Spanish pork belly which is grilled a la minute .Besides the highlight on the Asian BBQ for dinner, there are the extensive international spread of over 80 dishes and features Continental, Asian and local specialties. Desserts segment was impressive epsecially for its durian pengat!