Mon - Fri: 08:00 - 00:30
Sat - Sun: 08:00 - 01:30
Chocolate Buffet: 20:00 to 23:00 (Fri and Sat)
Serving a wide variety of cuisines during their buffet, The Courtyard also offers a special Chocolate Buffet available only on Fridays and Saturdays, from 20:00 to 23:00.
I was at the Fullerton area for a meeting, and needed a place for a caffeine fix.My business partner and I opted to come to The Courtyard at The Fullerton Hotel. I decided to have a cappuccino at The Courtyard, Fullerton Hotel. The restaurant has a nice ambience with plush armchairs or sofas to savor a cuppa. They also serve a buffet lunch - Japanese or North Indian, and the spread looks good. It’s served with a slice of kueh lapis on the side. A nice place to sit back, relax and enjoy a cuppa in a regal hotel setting.
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The service at our first visit on 4th April during Easter week was impeccable. (Probably it's not that crowded and different manager served us)
But the service on our last visit during 1st May was not so good. Plates were not cleared for a very long time (And if our table has 4 things to clear, they only clear 1 or 2 and left the remaining plates or empty shooter glass there, not sure if they cannot see properly?)
The chocolate buffet quality was between average to slightly above average. With the romantic ambience + soothing classical live violin music to go along with the buffet at $38++ per pax, this is definitely a steal!
It was time for catching up again and the selected venue is Courtyard at Fullerton. The bright, spacious dining hall was nothing short of sophisticated, with cushy seats and tasteful decor.
One of the specialities is the Scones, served in warm cloth tray - crusty, firm and slightly sweetened. The addition of raisins perked me up. The clotted cream and jam spread were lovely flavor enhancers, further boosting the taste of the pastry, though they were both a little runny.
All of us had the English Hightea Sets that comprise of a three-tiered tray of savouries and sweets, as well as a beverage.
The Creme Brulee with Blueberries was rather nice - break through the crispy layer of hardened caramel and the cream within is luscious and smooth. The pairing of blueberries gave it a rather sharp contrast.
The Open Face Smoked Duck Sandwich was rather nondescript save for the fact that the duck was tender but a tad salty in my opinion. The Mini Bagel with Parma Ham and Melon was a palatable combination - succulent but saltish ham balanced by the crunchy sweetness of the melon cubes.
I enjoyed the Open Faced Shrimp Sandwich - the shrimp was fresh and bouncy, coupled beauitfully with a sauce similar to mentaiko.
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As a chocolate lover, i was bitterly disappointed with the chocolate buffet. 5 of us went and paid close to $60 per pax... money is not the issue but the variety offered... very little to choose from... i'll rather buy those chocolate bar sold at ntuc... other than that service was excellent. Ambience was good. Ill rather skip this buffet