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Seasonal Salad Bar (Toa Payoh)

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Seasonal Salad Bar aims to promote affordable quality meals into Singapore's casual dining scene and to inculcate the culture of eating hearty and eating healthy. The restaurant offer a wide rage of main courses and a generous all-you-can-eat salad bar buffet spread.

Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 63582998
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an improvement compared to Chums previously at the same location.

the salad buffet has an "oriental" touch.
previously at sizzler and chums ( both at the same location ) , the desserts were just soft serve and fruits.
at Seasonal, besides the soft serve, they have a hot asian dessert.

I was there today during lunch time, dessert was hot barley gingko soup.


However, I hope the HQ would address this issue :
You have a branch manager or supervisor who looks like a thug !
During lunch time, he stands next to the soft serve machine and stares at all the female patrons , young and old. His eyes shift from the top of their heads to their legs and back up to their faces.

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• 07 Nov 2014 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

come for a surprise!

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an improvement compared to Chums previously at the same location.

the salad buffet has an "oriental" touch.
previously at sizzler and chums ( both at the same location ) , the desserts were just soft serve and fruits.
at Seasonal, besides the soft serve, they have a hot asian dessert.

I was there today during lunch time, dessert was hot barley gingko soup.


However, I hope the HQ would address this issue :
You have a branch manager or supervisor who looks like a thug !
During lunch time, he stands next to the soft serve machine and stares at all the female patrons , young and old. His eyes shift from the top of their heads to their legs and back up to their faces.
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• 27 Jun 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

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Had grilled salmon during "Lunch Express" timing (11:00-14:30) which cost
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  • Grilled Salmon

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