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Princess Terrace

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Savour Singapore’s best-loved Penang heritage buffet and indulge in 60 authentic Penang delights at the buffet line.

International Buffet Breakfast: 6am - 10.30amLunch: 12noon - 2.30pmDinner: 6.30pm - 10pmSupper: 10pm

+65 63183168
$37 based on 9 submissions
Buffet (6 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (4 votes), Lunch (4 votes)
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Authentic Penang Buffet

For full review and pictures, do visit therantingpanda.com There are live stations where the friendly chef would dish out your favourite noodles such as the Hokkien Prawn Mee Soup, Char Kway Teow, Duck Mee Sua and Kway Teow Thng. I liked the size of the portions, which was not too filling so that I could try more dishes. The Hokkien Prawn Mee Soup had a rich broth, with extremely fresh prawns.  

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• 26 Sep 2014 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

Last vist - standard drop!

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I frequent this restaurant 3 ~ 4 time a year for the past years. The drawing factor was the "too-thor th'ng" or the "Pig Stomach Soup / 猪肚汤”. Imagine my disappointment when I visited Princess last evening and head for the TTT to start off.
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 The chef must have dropped x kg of the white pepper into the soup.
 It taste nothing but spicy. Next I went for my No. 2 craving, the Prawn Noodle. Round 1, without even checking with me, the server simply dish in a spoonful of chilli paste into the Prawn noodle. Needless to say, that is not the way to spice up a soup-ed dish. I requested for another bowl without that ridiculous chilli paste to taste the soup. Failed – the old receipt for this prawn soup has been altered to sour + spicy ie. 酸辣汤. There is always an old Hokkien say, “厉害就好不要假厉害”! The only comfort is that the cooked area are Prawn-Paste-chicken, Curry Chicken, Sambal Fish and the Braised Pork Belly are still kept the tested-n-proven cooking method. It time to start checking other Penang food outlets.
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• 30 Aug 2014 • 215 reviews • 1 follower

Authentic Penang Buffet

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For full review and pictures, do visit therantingpanda.com There are live stations where the friendly chef would dish out your favourite noodles such as the Hokkien Prawn Mee Soup, Char Kway Teow, Duck Mee Sua and Kway Teow Thng. I liked the size of the portions, which was not too filling so that I could try more dishes. The Hokkien Prawn Mee Soup had a rich broth, with extremely fresh prawns.  
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• 10 Dec 2012 • 2 reviews • 3 followers

Not a bad place for Peranakan / Penang food

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Went there last night with a few of my family members for the buffet dinner as we had a 1-for-1 complimentary voucher. We sat outside the restaturant itself which was spacious and better as I think the inside seating is a little cramped.

Starting by trying the soup which was kiam chye ar thng and pig stomach soup, which was okay but a little saltish.
The ngoh hiang (lor bak) was delicious and solid, so was the duck leg mee sua from the noodle stand. The popiah was just so-so to me. The kueh paitee on the other hand was rather good. Then we took some of the dishes, the satay was good, and so was the cockles. The penang char kway teow is a must-try. They had salad too which I found to be rather good, with a variety of condiments. My brother said he liked the Caesar salad I tossed. However, the rojak left much to be desired as the sauce was over sticky and lacked tau pok or fried you char kway. The nonya kuehs were very unique and delicious. They had about ten varieties I think, and also soya beancurd and ban chan kway with banana. When faced with a strange dish, I asked the server there, "What is this? Is this a Peranakan dish?" The server looked puzzled and couldn't offer any answer. I thought she didn't understand English so I asked her in Mandarin and she replied that she didn't know. Overall, service was good as the dishes were cleared promptly. We had a good time of chatting and family bonding together.
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