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Tiffany Café & Restaurant is one of the very few hotel restaurants serving an International buffet and a la carte savouries from a Halal kitchen. The décor of the café creates a cozy ambience, perfect for conversations with light snacks and drinks.
Daily: 06:30 - 01:00
$39 based on 22 submissions
Buffet (8 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (4 votes), Children/Family (3 votes)
Just went down to Tiffany Cafe after a long time and me and my friends were disappointed. The food is not up to standard and the service is almost non existent. There is a promo if 1 for 1 using major credit cards like Citibank, DBS, OCBC and UOB and personally i feel it's not worth it even though its a 1 for 1 deal.
The herbal chicken soup is mild and the chicken cubes are quite hard, assam fish has a bit of 'fishy' taste, the pasta is not very fresh. The fruits station only have honey dew, pineapple and papaya and they dont taste nice. The "cold" tiger prawns are quite small but tastes good though.
They might be short on manpower and take a very long time to clear the used plates. The ambience is not cosy and often it's like a food court very loud and noisy. Perhaps it's due to the layout of the place.
Then again i must commend on their desserts. The red bean soup is one of the best I've tried and the Durian Pengat is quite nice.
Anyway, i feel that it's not value for money even though it's 1 for 1 and will not come back again.
Compared to the last time I visited, think the place has improved in food quality. The sashimi and prawns were fresh, and the cooked dishes were tasty. Desserts were decent too. Try the durian pengat. Give the laksa a miss - no taste and a bit gluey.
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