The Buffet on Level 2 serves up a sumptuous International buffet lunch selection featuring a fresh selection of tuna and salmon sashimi, sushi, prawn and vegetable tempura, and a carving station with juicy lamb and beef steaks. For dinner, turn up the heat at our Hotpot Buffet Dinner.
Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00
Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 23:00
$46 based on 25 submissions
Buffet (9 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (5 votes), After Work (4 votes)
The food cannot make it at all. I paid 88++ per pax on cny eve and the food available is same like the kind served at $16 china style steamboat houses. Total waste of money. My family barely had a few servings until we give up. Btw drinks are charged separately at 8++. Only plain water is free. Should have gone to mandarin hotel's buffet or some seafood restaurant, which will be half the price for a family of 4. Absolutely disgusted with the stuff they serve up and still dare to charge premium price.
The Buffet at M Hotel is a limited range hotel buffet which caters to its residents.
From the cold platter do try the chilled duck, mussels and scallops. Those who need their sashimi would be happy to note that they have unlimited portions of salmon and tuna, although do not expect the moon as it is just of average quality.
From the hot food section, the items to try are the barbecued pork ribs, tandoori chicken and mixed seafood.
To end the meal, go for the cheesecake, which is thick and strong tasting, a rarity at buffet lines.
Overall, expect a limited but focused and a better than average quality buffet fare.
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