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The Bar & Billiard Room

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Operating for more than a century in Raffles Hotel, this historic bar and restaurant houses two classic billiard tables that are still in tip top condition. International buffet is served during the weekdays and champagne brunch is available on Sundays.

Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 14:00

Mon - Sat: 15:30 - 17:00

Mon - Sat: 19:00 - 22:00

Sun: 11:30 - 14:30

Sun: 16:00 - 17:30

Cocktail: 11.30am – 12.30am

+65 64121816
$81 based on 38 submissions
Dinner (19 votes), Buffet (17 votes), Quiet (15 votes)
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Buffet brunch in heritage room

At $55++ or $78++ per person, you’re getting more than just a spread of finest dishes from all over the world; you’re also paying for dining in the heritage surrounds of this 1896-established room under which a tiger was supposedly chased in 1902. On Thursdays to Saturdays, tuck into a European-style lunch buffet or a seafood-themed dinner buffet spread of oysters, both featuring a selection of at least 15 mains and over 10 desserts, of which three are gluten-free. If Sundays are the designated brunch days, a more extravagant spread is available from $158++ per person: think pata negra ham, freshly pan-fried foie gras, fresh ravioli, black angus tomahawk, barbecued Iberico pork ribs, Maine lobster, and 48 cheeses from Ceneri - a shop on the French Riviera. For more buffet reviews, click here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/52-best-buffets-2014-*gid-033e3101/photos/#a5c60100

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  • oysters5 votes
  • Desserts3 votes
  • Prawns2 votes
  • buffet2 votes
  • salmon sashimi2 votes
  • Billecart-Salmon Champagne1 vote
  • Braised veal shank1 vote
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• 07 Apr 2014 • 230 reviews • 4 followers

Buffet brunch in heritage room

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At $55++ or $78++ per person, you’re getting more than just a spread of finest dishes from all over the world; you’re also paying for dining in the heritage surrounds of this 1896-established room under which a tiger was supposedly chased in 1902. On Thursdays to Saturdays, tuck into a European-style lunch buffet or a seafood-themed dinner buffet spread of oysters, both featuring a selection of at least 15 mains and over 10 desserts, of which three are gluten-free. If Sundays are the designated brunch days, a more extravagant spread is available from $158++ per person: think pata negra ham, freshly pan-fried foie gras, fresh ravioli, black angus tomahawk, barbecued Iberico pork ribs, Maine lobster, and 48 cheeses from Ceneri - a shop on the French Riviera. For more buffet reviews, click here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/52-best-buffets-2014-*gid-033e3101/photos/#a5c60100
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• 28 Dec 2013 • 71 reviews • 6 followers

Probably the best Sunday Champagne Brunch in Singapore

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http://sethlui.com/bar-billiard-raffles-brunch-singapore/

The best Sunday Champagne Brunch you'll ever have in Singapore, at Bar and Billiard Raffles Hotel. Comes with a Live foie Gras Station, OMG.   Good selection of Oysters, carved meats and hams and free flow Billecarte-salmon Champagne.    A hefty price but definitely worth it as the service standards are absoultely world-class. Check out my blog for full review and pictures.    
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• 27 Jan 2013 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Raffles Hotel Brunch - Doesn't Disappoint.

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First time at Raffles for Brunch, have eaten at many of their restaurants and was not disappointed.

Great selection of food compared to other brunches we attend regularly. Seefood selection was exceptional. Tapas style layout of cold meats was a nice touch.

Carvery was as always the last thing on my mind woth many other selections available but was enjoyable never the less.

My fav was the selection of pink or white billecart salmon champagne (slightly different price. Wines are also available and the staff informed us which to drink with what food selections, not something you get at a standard champagne brunch. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billecart-Salmon

We have the Feed at Rafflse Membership which we got through our local bank credit card, well worth the money it cost as for two people the discount was 50% ($188++ per pax - free flow champagne less 50% FAR Discount), definately a regular visit to this venue but on the downside its a busy venue so getting an inside booking is not easy unless you book in advance.
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