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The Line

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Modern surroundings designed by Adam Tihany and stylish bites from our enthusiastic chefs make this all-day dining restaurant the place to be. International cuisine is featured over 16 culinary stations, while the bar offers a large selection of premium wines, juices and smoothies.

Mon - Fri: 06:00 - 10:30

Sat - Sun: 06:00 - 11:00

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 18:30 - 06:00

+65 62134275
$65 based on 152 submissions
Buffet (62 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (40 votes), Dinner (36 votes)
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Amazing food, but not cheap

Came here on Sunday for brunch (the most expensive of the timings). Despite the cost though, I must say that The Line definitely lives up to expectations, with its wide spread range of food and decadent desserts. The amount of food there is so much that you'd probably not be able to try every single item even if you took a small bite out of each. They have a cheese station, Japanese section, one for seafood, a pasta section (where there is also an option to build your own pasta), oriental selections, kebabs, yogurt, Indian, ice cream, fruits etc. I could go on and on. Definitely take your time here to make your money's worth. Not cheap but certainly worth coming for a special occasion. 

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• 03 May 2015 • 6 reviews • 1 follower

Amazing food, but not cheap

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Came here on Sunday for brunch (the most expensive of the timings). Despite the cost though, I must say that The Line definitely lives up to expectations, with its wide spread range of food and decadent desserts. The amount of food there is so much that you'd probably not be able to try every single item even if you took a small bite out of each. They have a cheese station, Japanese section, one for seafood, a pasta section (where there is also an option to build your own pasta), oriental selections, kebabs, yogurt, Indian, ice cream, fruits etc. I could go on and on. Definitely take your time here to make your money's worth. Not cheap but certainly worth coming for a special occasion. 
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• 29 Apr 2015 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Good service in a rather ordinary buffet

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Finally my husband and I made it to The Line for buffet lunch today.  We have heard much about it and decided to celebrate his birthday there.  The spread of food was not much different from other similarly priced buffets.  If you are an international food fan, this would probably delight you with its offering of Japanese, Indian and continental fare.  But if you prefer local dishes, you would be a tad disappointed.  The chilled seafood section was very attractive, however, the crab meat was not firm.  It was the same with the cooked version (in chilli sauce).  The satay sauce was delicious but the only satays were served in beef and mutton which I do not take.   The roast pork was good, with its tender meat and crispy skin - served by a very friendly chef.  I found most of the other dishes quite forgettable. 

The desert counter was a colorful array of small cakes and jellys.  The champagne strawberry was quite creative, with gelatin decorating the glass like crushed ice.    It was also refreshing with a generous taste of both champagne and fresh strawberries.  Towards the end of our meal we were also surprised by a birthday cake lit with candle for my husband.  They had noted his birthdate during our online reservation, and this was a really nice and thoughtful gesture.  The staff also offered to pack it up for us to take it home.

I would recommend this place because it is located in a really serene and tranquil location.  Go early and enjoy the lush greenery at the poolside and the huge reception area.  Dining experience goes beyond the food quality - and in this instance, it is the ambience and courteous service that makes up for a rather ordinary buffet.




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• 01 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

great food and service

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The group of us wanted to go on weekend but was advised to go on weeknight instead. The restaurant has a diverse variety of food. Like the ambiance and service. Would certainly go again.
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