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Oscar's Cafe & Terrace

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Oscar's Cafe & Terrace is located at Conrad Centennial Singapore. It offers local and international a la carte dishes and buffets for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 14:30

Mon - Sun: 18:00 - 22:00

Sun: 12:00 - 15:00

$64 based on 67 submissions
Buffet (26 votes), Dinner (23 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (18 votes)
Yvonne Yuen

Above average

The food varieties were not too bad. Would love to see more credit card promotions for more discounts!

The HGW community like this place for...

  • sashimi7 votes
  • desserts4 votes
  • ice cream3 votes
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26 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Above average

The food varieties were not too bad. Would love to see more credit card promotions for more discounts!
http://www.littletinysun.com/2014/04/the-terrace-conrad-centennial-singapore.html
10 Aug 2014 • 71 reviews • 4 followers

What to eat at The Terrace (and price list)

The Terrace is one of the latest addition to Conrad Centennial’s award winning epicurean food and beverage offerings. Led by the hotel’s outstanding culinary team, The Terrace is a treasure trove that embodies modernity, charm and sophistication. It offers artisan sandwiches, sweet treats, homemade bread and pastries. 

Visit http://www.littletinysun.com/2014/04/the-terrace-conrad-centennial-singapore.html for FULL review, prices and photos of the menu!
 
Here's what I tried:
Braised Beef with Onion Confit 

Grill Vegetables & Goat Cheese Coriander
Parma Ham, Mozzarella & Basil Leaves
Soya Beef, Paprika & Greens
Tandoori Prawn Salad
Smoked salmon & cucumber Bagel
T-Wrap
Calzone with Chicken & Mushrooms
Macaroons 
Glazed Macadamia Chocolate Fondant

Chocolate Royal Hazelnut Crunch — SGD61.00 (large), $31.00 (small), $11.00 (mini
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Visit http://www.littletinysun.com/2014/04/the-terrace-conrad-centennial-singapore.html for FULL review, prices and photos of the menu!
02 Aug 2014 • 151 reviews • 1 follower

Definitely above average buffet fare but would have liked larger variety

Please go to http://rollingwrites.blogspot.sg/2014/05/oscars-cafe-terrace-conrad.html for full review and pictures.

After my first visit here two years ago, I revisited Oscar's last week. The quality of the food was good but it seemed that the variety was lacking.

Huge slabs of sashimi were placed in the glass counters and would be cut upon your request. I requested for salmon and they cut a thick slice of the salmon which was succulent and very fresh.

If you like frozen seafood, they have scallops, prawns, mussels and crayfish for you to choose from. Surprisingly, the crayfish and prawns retained their juiciness.

There was a counter outside where you had your pick of prawn noodles, laksa, bak kut teh etc. I had such a kick out of eating this prawn noodle. Savoury but not too salty, the prawn noodles soup was balanced and the chilli raised the shiokness of the soup by one notch.

You must try the their signature Chocolate Royal Hazelnut Crust. Rich chocolate laid on a crunchy and fragrant hazelnut crust- it's a crime not to go for second servings.

There was also a waffle-making counter. The waffles were very dark at the bottom, suggesting that they were slightly burnt? But the lady manning the waffles counter said that they weren't. So I took it and asked for a scoop of ice cream on it. Clearly, the waffles were slightly burnt as it was bitter. Nonetheless, the ice cream made up for it, definitely serving good quality ice cream here!

The buffet is definitely above average. At a price tag of $54++, the quality and freshness of the food justify the price, although variety can be improved. Service is also good and friendly.
29 Jul 2014 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

Under Expectations

Could be due to that we came late at 1.30 after our meeting, the quality of the buffet was not what I expected for a restaurant in Conrad, though spread was ok.
Lechon Baboy (Whole Roasted Suckling Pig - Davao Style)
18 Jul 2014 • 281 reviews • 21 followers

Davao Cultural and Food Festival at Oscar's

For the complete Chubby Botak Koala experience, click here:
http://www.chubbybotakkoala.com/2014/07/Oscars-Conrad-Davao-Food-Festival.html   Thank you very much to Conrad Centennial Singapore Team for the invitation to sample such wonderful dishes of Davao and to enjoy a night of cultural performances.   Davao city in Mindanao Phillipines is the largest city in the island and also one of the largest city in the world. With such a large area, Davao region is a melting pot of different culture especially different tribes in the area. Davao is also famous for its local produce such as pamelos, mangosteens & durians and fresh seafoods including tuna. From 15th to 20th July 2014, Conrad Centennial Singapore and Philippine Department of Tourism, presents to you Davao Cultural and Food Festival.   We started our dinner with a combo of Davao appetisers: Tuna Kinilaw; Squid & Shrimp Salad; Eggplant with Salted Egg; and Green Mango with Shrimp Paste and Pork Crackers.   Tuna Kinilaw is Davao version of cured raw fish salad. Surprisingly, it is more subtle than what I expected. The same can be said with the Squid & Shrimp Salad. Fresh, but very subtle taste to entice your appetite. The eggplant with salted egg has a slightly more bold taste. For the Green Mango with shrimp paste, shrimp paste seems to be similar to the rojak paste that we have but with a bit of chocolaty taste and it actually pretty salty if not for the green mango. The crispy Pork Crackers (light and crunchy) can be very addictive when you dip it with shrimp paste.   In between the appetizers and the main meal, I went to explore the other dishes Davao dish on offer. I spotted Lechon (yes, the whole roasted suckling pig) and Manok Pianggang (braised chicken with lemon grass and coconut milk). The Lechon is just a beauty, the meat is tender, succulent and with a nice balance between the fat and lean meat, while the crackling is thin and crispy. The chicken is tender, juicy and flavourful, especially on the drumstick.   Back to the tasting menu, we were served the traditional Davao cuisine that are normally cooked in a bamboo or banana leaf. We have the selection from Spiced Roasted Chicken with Bamboo Rice, Beef & Scallops, cooked in Bamboo, Shrimp & Tuna cooked in Banana Leaf. With the exception of the chicken, the rest of the dishes that were cooked in bamboo or banana leaf, produce dishes that has rich and creamy gravy. These dishes are just best to enjoy with flavourful yellow rice. Each of the proteins are very tender and for the seafood it was fresh and not overcooked.   For the review on Chicken Adobo, Kare Kare, Sisig and the sweet ending, click here.   Overall, I really enjoy this opportunity to experience the Davao & Philippine cuisine. To ensure a memorable dining experience, you will be serenaded with Davao traditional songs, performed by Kalumon Dance Troupe when you dined in Oscar during this period. Hope you won't miss this event. See you at Oscar's, Cheers!!