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
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.
I've been living in Singapore my whole life, but never thought of going to the Raffles for a Sunday Brunch till a friend told me that it was worth a trip. Stopping by the main lobby, I could only gawk in awe at the impressive yet intimate lobby. Greeted by the friendly doorman, he showed me the way to the Bar and Billiard Room. Upon stepping in, the ambience was like no other! From the colonial style, beautiful chandeliers and mural ceilings, it was like stepping back to the 1800's. I love the fact that the hotel has maintained its colonial style right up to the restaurants. A real jem amongst all the modern hotels these days which can be quite hard to differentiate from. Looking at the buffet spread, I didn't even know where to start! From the succulent oysters to the pasta and the delectable desserts, I had to try everything. The pianist was a nice touch as he entertained the crowd. Definitely worth a next trip and I cant wait till my next experience at the Raffles.
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
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.