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Marriott Cafe

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The revamped cafe now sports a fresh, contemporary feel with an open kitchen, and several live cooking stations allowing chefs to prepare all orders a la minute. Well-known for its extensive buffet offerings, Marriott Café continues to serve up buffet fare for Singaporeans with emphasis on fresh and quality food.

Daily: 06:00 - 11:00

Daily: 12:00 - 14:00

Daily: 15:00 - 17:30

Daily: 18:30 - 23:00

+65 68314605
$52 based on 48 submissions
Buffet (16 votes), Children/Family (11 votes), Dinner (9 votes)
mediumrareandothers

Worth the money buffet!

For more reviews and photos, click here! (http://mediumrareandothers.blogspot.com/2014/10/mariott-cafe-orchard-mariott-hotel.html)

The buffet is one of the better ones I have seen. Seafood, they have Alaskan Snow Crab (legs...), but they do not have lobsters. Whatever you'd expect is there for a buffet is there- live carving station, Japanese, ice cream, desserts, local and western cuisine... They have more of Western dishes, which I am glad, as I am not a fan of paying expensive money for hawker dishes. Some of the dishes are great, some are bland. But overall, I would definitely come here ONLY if the promotion's great.

Their birthday cake was slightly too sweet, but if you need a whole cake, they have it at the Java+ cafe (located right in front of the Mariott Cafe) which you can have them served to yur table with a candle. Pretty convenient. They have 3 other flavors of the same price as well!    A group of 3 sang the birthday girl a birthday song, which was really sweet of them. A couple of other tables were celebrating their birthdays as well and they did the same with a happy smile :)     Prices: Lunch Buffet Monday to Saturday / Sunday: Adult $55.00++ / $60.00++ or $138.00++ (With Champagne) Child $31.00++ / $36.00++ (Age: 5 to 12 years old)   Dinner Buffet Sunday to Thursday / Friday & Saturday: Adult $68.00++ / $78.00++ Child $36.00++ / $38.00++ (Age: 5 to 12 years old)

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Oysters5 votes
  • drunken prawns3 votes
  • roast beef3 votes
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05 Nov 2014 • 29 reviews • 0 follower

Worth the money buffet!

For more reviews and photos, click here! (http://mediumrareandothers.blogspot.com/2014/10/mariott-cafe-orchard-mariott-hotel.html)

The buffet is one of the better ones I have seen. Seafood, they have Alaskan Snow Crab (legs...), but they do not have lobsters. Whatever you'd expect is there for a buffet is there- live carving station, Japanese, ice cream, desserts, local and western cuisine... They have more of Western dishes, which I am glad, as I am not a fan of paying expensive money for hawker dishes. Some of the dishes are great, some are bland. But overall, I would definitely come here ONLY if the promotion's great.

Their birthday cake was slightly too sweet, but if you need a whole cake, they have it at the Java+ cafe (located right in front of the Mariott Cafe) which you can have them served to yur table with a candle. Pretty convenient. They have 3 other flavors of the same price as well!    A group of 3 sang the birthday girl a birthday song, which was really sweet of them. A couple of other tables were celebrating their birthdays as well and they did the same with a happy smile :)     Prices: Lunch Buffet Monday to Saturday / Sunday: Adult $55.00++ / $60.00++ or $138.00++ (With Champagne) Child $31.00++ / $36.00++ (Age: 5 to 12 years old)   Dinner Buffet Sunday to Thursday / Friday & Saturday: Adult $68.00++ / $78.00++ Child $36.00++ / $38.00++ (Age: 5 to 12 years old)
28 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Check the fish properly

I had went to Marriott Cafe yesterday on 27/09/2014 for lunch buffet. Halfway through the buffet, they replaced their crispy skin salmon dish with another fish which I had trouble identifying. Thus, the chef informed me that the fish was belongs to a family of Cod fish. Hence, I helped myself to about 2 servings of the fish.

Today I woke up, and suffered Keriorrheabecause of from what I believed was caused by the fish after much research online. I had never suffered such conditions eating codfish and I believe that the restaurant had misled customers to believing it was codfish instead of fishes that may had caused me to suffer such condition like escolar! How can a restaurant run out of a basic fish such as salmon??

Keriorrhea is a sickness where of oily diarrhea where you pass out oily orange liquid which can also be found in your stools. 

I demand investigation and compensation!
looks simple but taste superb
10 Sep 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

worth the price...

this is one of the few best buffet I had. but if u like local delights kinda buffet, u wont get it here. the seafood is so fresh and the size.is quite big too. the roasted pork knucles are super yumz... their cakes are super duper yummy. I had 2 full plates serving of their cakes haha... I will definitely come back again. its worth the money.
22 Mar 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Food not good

Small variety of food, which was ok. But most of the food were barely edible.
There was rock oysters, but the oysters were small and had hardly any meat.
Chicken rice was good, but chicken not good.
Laksa was tasteless, and the gravy tasted more like curry sauce. No laksa chilli available.
Japanese corner was ok.
Ice cream was not good.
Chocolate cakes were ok, chocolate cream puff also had no taste.

Given this price, I would rather go other 5 star hotels.
19 Feb 2014 • 44 reviews • 1 follower

High tea buffet w majority local food

This is our second time having Marriott Cafe's high tea buffet since 2 years back and I must say, it's more or less the same dishes still as items may vary. Starting off with the seafood section, there were fresh white prawns and mussels together with bentos of sushi/sashimi assortment for the sushi lover.

Mariott Cafe offers a bit of everything. From porridge, satays, dimsum to local mains like chicken rice, prawn mee, bak ku teh, yong tau fu, mee siam, curry chicken and more. We start to find it boring but I'm sure it will be a good take for tourists. Though the dessert portion seems limited, I'm still glad that they've a bit of everything. From ice kachang to Asian desserts such as kueh lapis, malay kuehs and lastly to English sweets. Being a high tea buffet, desserts should be the highlight of it but I find it disappointing to have such a small spread of sweets.

The food quality for it's high tea buffet tasted average with plenty of local dish which I find it too 'familiar'. Overall, it's still worth a visit - $39++ per pax for high tea buffet. Read full review at http://jacqsowhat.blogspot.com/2014/02/high-tea-buffet-marriott-cafe-singapore.html